King of the Hill

Season 11 Episode 7

The Passion of Dauterive

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Aired Sunday 8:30 AM Apr 29, 2007 on FOX
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After Bill survives a roof cave-in over his bed he has a religious experience which involves a romantic liaison with Reverend Stroup.

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Reverend Stroup

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Male Deacon #1

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  • TRIVIA (6)

    • Tagline: "God told me to come here tonight." -Bill

    • Luanne does not appear in this episode.

    • Bill mentions that there is a lady selling roses and tick tacks and says he is going to buy one of each, but instead comes back with two flowers.

    • In the scene where Rev. Stroup is reading the Bible Nancy is over Bill's left shoulder, then it does a close up of Hank and Peggy and the next time it shows Bill there is a man over his left shoulder.

    • In the scene where the guys are talking about Bill going on a missions trip, Bill's Bible is being flipped back and forth and a couple of times the "Holy Bible" is left off of the front.

    • Reverend Karen Stroup first appeared as the Hills' minister in the third season episode "Revenge of the Lutefisk" after she moved to Arlen from Minnesota. In this episode, she explains she left St. Paul because her congregation frowned upon her relationship with a congregant.

  • QUOTES (11)

    • Hank: It seems to me the things you have to keep secret are the things you shouldn't be doing

    • Dale: Hey look, Bill, I'm sitting on your deathbed... now I'm BOUNCING on your deathbed!

    • Hank: NO! Uh, sorry I just dropped my Bible.

    • (Bill is ranting about the deacon of the church trying to break him and the Reverend up)
      Hank: They don't hate love, Bill.
      Dale: They just hate your love!

    • Bill: From now on I'm going to listen to you Hank.
      Hank: Well, It has been 3000 miles since your last oil change.

    • Dale: (to Bill) A bed? I always pictured you sleeping in a pile of shredded newspaper, like a hamster.

    • (Reverend Stroup and Bill are on a date at a fancy restaurant)
      Bill: There's one of those gypsy ladies selling roses and Tic Tacs - I'm going to buy you one of each!

    • (Bobby and Peggy are in the kitchen when Bobby notices Bill on their porch)
      Bobby: Mom, why is Mr. Dauterive sitting out there in the dark?
      Peggy: (yelling towards the living room) Hank, Bill's on the patio again!
      Hank: I'm on it.

    • Reverend Stroup: Good morning. Before we begin, I'd like to share some thoughts on last week's church breakfast - normally I don't take it personally when people don't participate, but when you're sitting alone with 300 pancakes, you can't help but take stock...

    • (Hank and Bill are surveying the damage to Bill's bed after his roof caved in)
      Bill: Feels like someone's trying to tell me something.
      Hank: Yeah, that was me six months ago when I said you needed to get your roof inspected!

    • (Dale, Boomhauer and Hank are drinking beer in the alley while Bill is in his driveway talking on a cell phone)
      Dale: Who could Bill be talking to? We're all right here!

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  • ALLUSIONS (2)

    • Bill: I'm starting a class on the Biblical truths in Narnia.

      Bill is referring to the series of stories written by C.S. Lewis titled The Chronicles of Narnia. The introductory (though second written) book, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, was made into a movie in 2005. Some readers and viewers believe the story has references to the Bible, particularly the sacrificial death and subsequent resurrection of Jesus Christ. The movie took in $65.56 million in its opening weekend in theaters.

    • The title of this episode, The Passion of Dauterive is an allusion to the movie The Passion of the Christ which chronicles the last hours of the life of Jesus Christ.

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