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King of the Hill

Season 8 Episode 10

That's What She Said

Aired Sunday 8:30 AM Feb 08, 2004 on FOX
out of 10
User Rating
39 votes

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Episode Summary


When Rich gets hired on at Strickland Propane, Hank goes out of his way to welcome him into the Strickland family. Rich starts to test the waters, with some off-color jokes and comments, and gets a positive reaction from the employees. Everyone except Hank finds this new employee hilarious, and when things go too far, he seeks out an attorney who recommends that Hank file a sexual harassment suit against Strickland Propane. Dale quits smoking, and takes up chewing tobacco.


Who was the Episode MVP ?

  • This Is What I Say

    This episode is not a great episode, but it does have a very realistic plot line. It was entertaining, and once again, the B Plot actually is funnier then the A Plot. Hank decides to stand up against a guy who does off colour jokes, and while I don't mind them from time to time, I do agree he was being excessive with it. It was great to see Hank stand up to him, and also that he wasn't alone. The B plot was great, especially the last scene where Dale has to "inhale" the tobacco and thinks he's invented something new. Overall a decent episode, but it could have been much funnier.moreless
  • perfect

    I haven't watched this show in a while, so I decided to watch this last night on adult swim. Travis, an employee who had been working at Strickland Propane for many years, retires, and a new guy named Rich is brought in. At first, Rich seems like a nice guy, but he soon shows his true colors; making off-color remarks and making dirty "That's What She Said" jokes. Hank has finally had enough and he gives Buck an ultimatum; either Rich goes, or he goes. This is when it is found out that nobody really thought Rich was all that funny, so he is let go.

    Good episode. I laughed a lot. Hank's "Thanks for being behind me" line, and the "That's what she said" was probably my favorite part of the episode. Or Hank being oblivious to Rich (Oh, did their hostess call?). Good episode. Definitely recommend this episode to fans of the show who have not seen it. I do not think you would be disappointed.moreless
  • Hank should fight.

    This was a good episode. I really thought that Hank should have clobbered that annoying employee instead of put up with that crap. I am surprised about the way everyone handled themselves in this showing. I thought it was actually quite accurate to how society is today in the office. People just take it instead of telling others off. The show had some really good bits and I thought that the writers did a nice job of relating a true problem in reality. Hank was funny for once and I thought that he would have had a panic attack when he saw what was happening. Thank you.moreless
Toby Huss

Toby Huss

Voice of Joe Jack

Mike Judge

Mike Judge

Voice of Hank Hill, Boomhauer

Kathy Najimy

Kathy Najimy

Voice of Peggy Hill

Pamela Adlon

Pamela Adlon

Voice of Bobby Hill

Brittany Murphy

Brittany Murphy

Voice of Luanne Platter

Johnny Hardwick

Johnny Hardwick

Voice of Dale Gribble

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (3)

  • QUOTES (6)

    • Hank: I talked to this lawyer, and she thinks we have a case for male-on-male sexual harassment.
      Enrique: Sexual harassment?
      Hank: It's an umbrella term.

    • Hank: I can't say the word "meat" without someone giggling. And yesterday, someone took my employee of the month picture and drew a beard on it. But not where you think.

    • Bill: Hey, Hank, you want a beer?
      Hank: What I want is a professional working environment where it's hard work that earns your colleagues' respect, and not the ability to rhyme your name with a body part. You got that in your cooler, Bill?
      Bill: If I check, you're gonna make fun of me, right?

    • Mr. Strickland: You're fast, boy.
      Rich: That's what she said... about Joe Jack!
      Mr. Strickland: You're funnier than that comedian who ruined Monday Night Football!

    • Bill: I can't believe the filth they're putting on TV these days. And they just beam it right into my home! I hit the pay-per-view button, and there it is, right in front of me!

    • Hank: Thanks for getting behind me, Buck.
      Rich: That's what she said!

  • NOTES (0)


    • Buck Strickland: You're funnier than that comedian who ruined Monday night football.

      Buck is talking about Dennis Miller, who was hired to help ABC improve its Monday night football ratings in 2000. This experiment didn't do much for ABC, as it let Miller go after only two years.