>tfw society has changed so quickly a modern day koth would be smeared upon release as ultra right wing racist drivel because boomhauer isn't black and bill isn't a tranny and bobby isn't a girl in lesbians with connie
Do you even watch the show? Hank literally think he is the only sane person on Earth and if you don't agree with him then you are in the wrong and may possibly need an ass kicking.
Beavis and Butthead was made to make fun of the exact people watching it on MTV. King of The Hill is making of people who end up liking it the most. If Mike Judge were to make a new series it would be loved by sjw or w/e you want to call them while at the same time everybody else will be laughing at the way such people think.
Hank would be Hank about it.
The real question is how you could expect him not to turn out gay in Texas. All those manly men doing manly things to show off to each other.
I think he does, he just doesn't really care much about them.
Either Bobby was just assuming the safe in Hank and Peggy's room was a gun safe or Hank owns a handgun.
Ontop of that he has a childhood shotgunning trophy, and I think he possibly owns a shotgun but I might just be making that up. He's just safe and sensible like with most things.
But yeah Hank would probably be beat up at first, then tolerate it but a little disappointed it won't align to his American Dream ideals but that was always going to happen.
Well that depends.
Is Bobby actually gay or is he just follow a trend?
Hank wouldn't have an issue with it if he was legit because he's his son and the emotions and what not.
But he wouldn't want his kid prancing around talking with a lisp just to be popular or trendy, which knowing Bobby is more likely the case.
Put bluntly, there's nothing wrong with being gay for sure. But at the same time there's hundreds of things wrong with being a faggot.
I've never seen an episode and thought Hank was a violently conservative person. He's a bit of a stick in the mud who's reluctant to change but almost always compromises if it's good for his family. There are tons of episodes where Bobby has some interest Hank thinks is girly or shameful and he comes around and is proud of his son at the end.
blah blah At first bill was disgusted blah blah nobody uses the full text anymore, just the one on fanfic.net that has sections missing for some reason. blah blah the extra chapter where dale saves the day.
That show was trying to be a spiritual successor to KotH I think. The animation was even similar. The issue was that it wasn't charming, poignant, satirical, and funny like KotH was. On the contrary, I remember it being a very dreary, unpleasant show where all of the attempts at humor came across as shrill. There were many moments where I felt like I should have been laughing but I just felt depressed and vaguely annoyed. I really tried to like it but it ended up holding the sad distinction of being one of the few shows that I didn't even chuckle at while watching.
He thought Bobby was gay before
In the episode where Khan catches Bobby and Connie together he goes and screams at Hank to keep his hillbilly son away and Hanks only reaction is "Oh thank god"
Melinda just ever think about it. She got six pack abs, she work out. Does it what I figure out happened just ever come like anything else for it. Everytime wasn't even think about it. She has a job. Hank was working with computer it been everything.
Which recurring character in King of the Hill besides Hank was even slightly normal? Joseph, maybe? They were all fucking wackos. Linda in particular is less wacky than Peggy by a wide margin.
Hmm... He had his odd moments, though they were fueled by puberty and never really as weird as Bobby ever was. But I'd agree with >>78737627
Also, anyone ever think it's odd how Lauren Tom's most memorable roles are almost like stages of her life? Connie is Lauren as a kid, Amy Wong is college aged Lauren, Minh is middle aged Lauren, and Mrs. Wong is retirement aged Lauren.
>Hank literally think he is the only sane person on Earth
Except he's still pretty mentally ill as well. He's sexually repressed to a ridiculous level. He's incapable of functioning in any awkward social situation, resulting in him getting flustered and "Bwuaa!"ing all over the place. And he has an unhealthy obsession with things like grass and propane. Honestly, I wouldn't be surprised if Bobby inherited his autism from his dad.
Now Cotton Hill, that's a man you can set your watch to.
>"God damn it"
And then go back to drinking as he blames his cunt of a wife for it.
It was said already in the thread, but Hank probably wouldn't have a problem with it. He's had all kinds of hopes for Bobby that didn't pan out (see the trophy shelf he built for him, how he'd hoped at some point they might start calling him "Butch") and while he'd probably like it if Bobby had kids, he'd adjust like he always does.
It's even mentioned that when Hank finds out Dale's dad is a really flamboyant performer for the gay radio, he's a little defensive about his own sexuality (and Hank is always uncomfortable discussing his sexuality in ANY respect) but only gets weirded out when Bug and his boyfriend argue and weep, and he'd leave a room where a man and a woman were fighting and crying too.
It might've even been a fun comedy premise to have Bobby turn out gay and then get involved with a boy who's more of a stereotypical "man," an athlete who likes handyman-type things like Hank, someone Hank can really relate to.
>I need to make up ridiculous hypotheticals just so I can get angry at them
It's fucking hilarious how far your head is stuffed up your ass. I take it you regularly browse /pol/?
>It might've even been a fun comedy premise to have Bobby turn out gay and then get involved with a boy who's more of a stereotypical "man," an athlete who likes handyman-type things like Hank, someone Hank can really relate to.
That'd be pretty funny. And then Bobby might break up and say 'nah that was just a phase' and Hank would be would try to get them to stay together so he could have the ideal future son-in-law.
>there's nothing wrong with being gay for sure
If Bobby were just gay and not an effeminate pansy, Hank would be angry at first but then accepting.
If Bobby were a queer, he'd kind of acknowledge it but feel like he failed as a father.
Season 4, episode 15. "Naked Ambition"
Bobby has been banned from seeing Connie and builds a fence, so he tries to take one of Hank's ladder. Hank catches him, tells him the right size ladder to use, and once Bobby leaves he chuckles and goes "Whew."
>unhealthy obsession with things like grass and propane
Ain't nothing unhealthy about having a passion for propane and propane accessories
Some people get really into their job. I'm sure if he was working in something else he'd put just as much effort and dedication into as propane. Keeping his lawn in order is an extension of keeping his house in order.
and that would be the end of the episode.
I got hit on by a gay while grocery shopping. All he said was "Hey stud." And I just didn't know what to do. I went full autismo and just said "uh hey man's what's up?" He said chilling. And I said "You too" and ran away.
this is the best post in the entire thread
Sad how that's the only smart thing she ever did; resisting Bill. Not that it's hard for any woman, mind.
Really wish she hadn't been so Flanderized, it was one thing to have her be occasionally in opposition to Hank, but nope, she's got to be diametrically opposed to her own existence half the time