Bill: (To Boomhauer) I know how dark it is for you right now; curled up, lying in your own emotional vomit. And the only way out is through a long, dark tunnel. I like long walks, my arthritis medication, and two cups of kibble a day.
She didn't like being in their large home by herself. Connie was happy for him, but she was soon isolated by both Bobby and Joseph as they explored high school life, and before she knew it, they had been reduced to having quick conversations while passing each other in the hall.
This suspicion is set aside when Bobby begins to develop romantic feelings for their neighbor Kahn (Connie) Souphanousinphone Jr.
Bobby himself appears to be aware of his less than masculine attributes, as hinted during an exchange with Connie in the episode “Westie Side Story.” Bobby: “Why are you named Kahn Jr.?
Dale Gribble: What happens if my tee shot lands on a bird's back and he carries it out of bounds but then is attacked by a larger bird who grabs the ball and drops it in the hole? And the first thing those lady cons are gonna see after 20 years?
And you're afraid to go in, because there's a train comin' at you, carryin' a boxcar full of heartbreak. I'll try to outsmart you and get three cups, but I know you're too clever for that, Ms.
All I have to do is scream and my dad will be on you like flies on pie. Peggy Hill: (subtitled): Your honor, I can tell you are a reasonable horse. If I were bored of Peggy, I'd be having dreams in which I was bored of Peggy, not grilling naked with the neighbor's wife. You know how you can be happy eating vanilla ice cream day after day after day? Well, let me tell you something: all you can do is let it hit you. I know, I've taken that hit more times than I can remember. You gotta get right back up on that tanning bed, slip into a tight t-shirt, wash off some of that cologne, and get yourself out of that tunnel and into some strange woman's bed! He just saw shinless stranger boarding at train station.
Dale Gribble: Bobby, you'll be eating your father's pork chop every night for the rest of your life. I have too many good anuses ahead of me to spend my life in a cigar factory. I'm out there diggin' holes, fallin' into them, climbin' out, tryin' again, and tomorrow, I'm gonna hang outside at a ladies prison.
" Kahn explained to his wife while reading the letter. But that was years ago, and it wasn't really her business anyway."So, what's happening with you and your parents? I'm pretty sure Joseph's too busy..." Bobby gazed out the window sadly.
Residing with Hank in the Hill household are Hank’s wife, Peggy, their teenage son Bobby, and occasionally Bobby’s maternal cousin Luanne Platter.
Bobby, much to his father’s displeasure, aspires to be a famous prop comic and is often the victim of bullying due to his passive nature.
The story of the , mostly) and who is unimpressed by Hank because he doesn’t act like a cowboy. Thatherton has adopted a cowboy act and wardrobe to impress potential clients, and he certainly impresses the visiting Bostonian, who calls Thatherton a “real Texan.” So to prevent Thatherton from winning, Hank has to put on a cowboy hat and ill-fitting boots, make Peggy wear a cowgirl outfit (the same outfit the waitresses wear at a restaurant that presents the theme-park version of Texas), and generally prostitute himself to get the account.
This is made clear when Hank has a heart-to-heart with a woman at a strip club, who tells him that “Every night my boss makes me put on this humiliating outfit to seduce some drunk out of his money.