King of the Hill

Season 12 Episode 8

The Minh Who Knew Too Much

Aired Sunday 8:30 AM Dec 09, 2007 on FOX



  • Trivia

  • Quotes

    • Kahn: We on track with the rednecks?
      Minh: They eating out of the palm of my hand. Even got them to build a skeet range.
      Kahn: Good. Why are you cleaning so many guns?
      Minh: They're Fitzy's. He's always forgetting to lube the obverse side of the trigger. And you should have seen Moose today! He fell down in the grass, and when he got up, he had leaves in his beard. It was so cute!
      Kahn: Minh, don't go native on me!
      Minh: Me? Never. Relax.(beat) You know, some of the things Gribble says about JFK and Oswald sound crazy at first...but if you really follow the money...

    • Dale: Minh, codename Madame X, we have come to kidnap you for your secret club initiation.
      Others: Ooooh!
      Minh: No thanks; Bye.
      Kahn: Don't be ridiculous, Minh! Go out with your great new friends! Live life, have fun! Eat lots of mayonnaise!!!!

    • Kahn: How did the shooting go? Did you get better?
      Minh: The shooting was fine. But the place is a pigsty. They don't even have a skeet-shooting building!

    • Lucky: Nothin' like seein' your garbage laid out to make you realize how fortunate you are.

    • Peggy: I don't see garbage... I see a bag of clues. (stuffs a piece of trash into her pocket)

    • Dale: Minh is the coolest! She beat me at Stratego! And she can belch just like a dude!
      Bill: It all sounds so glamorous.

    • Kahn: I love the way they spell words in the Economist. You can almost see the classy British accent.

  • Notes

  • Allusions

    • Minh: You know, some of the things Gribble says about JFK and Oswald sound crazy at first...

      35th President of the United States of America John F. Kennedy was assassinated during his tenure as leader of the nation. Lee Harvey Oswald was arrested to be tried for the crime, but was murdered by Jack Ruby before he could stand trial.

    • The title is an allusion to the movie The Man Who Knew Too Much a 1956 suspense film directed by Alfred Hitchcock.