King of the Hill

Season 12 Episode 11

Trans-Fascism

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Aired Sunday 8:30 AM Feb 10, 2008 on FOX
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  • Arlen City Council bans foods containing trans fats which makes "Sugarfoot" restaurant go out of business

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    I thought that this was an excellent episode of "King of the Hill". It also had a very good message towards the end of the episode. The plot is that the Arlen City Council bans foods that contain trans fats which makes "Sugarfoot" restuarant go out of business and Hank wants to stand up for what he believes in. Hank helping Strickland by using the "Sugarfoot" truck to serve hamburgers and such to the people in the city was good to see. It was funny when Hank was driving the truck away from the news reporter so that the news reporter won't get the evidence. A rivalry between "Sugarfoot" and some other restaurant I forgot was very funny to see. Hank having a dream that he was talking to Tom Landry, George Washington, and Abraham Lincoln was also very good to see. The employees following the rules by washing their hands was also good. It was good that the Arlen City Council went to back to letting the foods containing trans fats come back and that they got evidence that the other restaurant is not washing their hands or washing dishes. Overall, an excellent episode of "King of the Hill". 10/10
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