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  • Hank Hill is the main character from the animated show called King of the Hill. Hank is part of a middle-class Texan family which consists of not only himself, but his wife named Peggy, and their only son Bobby. He is often seen hanging out with his three pals, Dale, Bill, and Boomhauer, or at his work dealing with propane. His father is named Cotton Hill, who is a perverted, loud, and short-tempered old man who lost his shins during WWII. Occasionally, he works at Strickland Propane as the assistant manager and also hangs out with his friends Dale, Bill, and Boomhauer standing by a fence while drinking beer.
  • "I sell propane and propane accessories."
  • When angered, Hank Hill is a nigh-unstoppable testament to human might. It would be suicidal to so much as approach Hank during his "episodes", let alone provoke them. Should you ever be targeted, "I'm Gonna Kick Yer Ass!" could very well be the last words you'll ever hear as a moving person, if not then in a wheelchair. Hank Hill uses his godly powers for world domination.
  • Hank was born in New York City, much to his despise. His crazy, over bearing, drill sergeant father beat him every day because he was disappointed in him. When Hank was one, they moved to Arlen in Texas.
  • Hank Rutherford Hill is a fictional character in the animated series King of the Hill. Hank works at the fictional Strickland Propane in Arlen, Texas selling propane and propane accessories. Hank's voice is provided by series creator Mike Judge. The Economist briefly mentioned him as one of the wisest people on television.
  • Hank "ProPain" Hill is the Cyborg from Universe 87 with prosthetic arms. He was sent into the Core Universe to prevent Core Hank from being destroyed by a freak charcoal accident at a BBQ cook off hosted in Laos.
  • Hank Hill appears in the introduction to "Cleveland Live!" where he informs the audience he sells propane. Hank is voiced by his creator Mike Judge. Hank is in rehab in "Das Shrimp Boot" for huffing propane.
  • Henry Rutherford “Hank” Hill was (born June 11, 1943) in Brooklyn, New York as Tom J. Anderson. He grew up in the South New York section, admiring local mafiosi. These included Paul “Chef-Boy” ArDee a member of the Socheesy crime family, for whom he began running errands at ArDee's cabstand and counterfeit spaghetti factory. The two went on to become semi-trusting friends. Hill's first arrest came when he attempted to use a personal credit card to buy tires at a gas station for a friend.
  • Hank Hill is one of the main characters from the animated series King of the Hill, which was co-created by former Simpsons writer Greg Daniels. In King of the Hill he is voiced by Mike Judge and proudly sells "propane and propane accessories" as the assistant manager at Strickland Propane.
  • In "One if by Clam, Two if by Sea", Peter, Cleveland, Joe, and Quagmire stand beside a fence drinking tins of beer and only saying “Yep” repetitively in the style of Hank Hill and his friends on King of the Hill. In "Petergeist" Peter Griffin picks at a wound and pulls off his skin to reveal Hill's face. Then he laughs and mentions propane, finding Hill's job amusing. As the face was on Griffin's body, Hill was voiced by Seth MacFarlane.
  • Henry 'Hank' Rutherford Hill is the protagonist of King of the Hill. Hank, along with his family (wife Peggy, son Bobby, and niece Luanne), has a central role in most story lines. Hank's voice is provided by series co-creator Mike Judge. The Economist briefly mentioned him as one of the wisest people on television.
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  • Assistant manager of Strickland Propane, briefly Mega Lo Mart propane salesman
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  • "Taste my meat... AND the Heat"
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  • Hank Hill is the main character from the animated show called King of the Hill. Hank is part of a middle-class Texan family which consists of not only himself, but his wife named Peggy, and their only son Bobby. He is often seen hanging out with his three pals, Dale, Bill, and Boomhauer, or at his work dealing with propane. His father is named Cotton Hill, who is a perverted, loud, and short-tempered old man who lost his shins during WWII. Occasionally, he works at Strickland Propane as the assistant manager and also hangs out with his friends Dale, Bill, and Boomhauer standing by a fence while drinking beer.
  • "I sell propane and propane accessories."
  • When angered, Hank Hill is a nigh-unstoppable testament to human might. It would be suicidal to so much as approach Hank during his "episodes", let alone provoke them. Should you ever be targeted, "I'm Gonna Kick Yer Ass!" could very well be the last words you'll ever hear as a moving person, if not then in a wheelchair. Hank Hill uses his godly powers for world domination.
  • In "One if by Clam, Two if by Sea", Peter, Cleveland, Joe, and Quagmire stand beside a fence drinking tins of beer and only saying “Yep” repetitively in the style of Hank Hill and his friends on King of the Hill. In "Petergeist" Peter Griffin picks at a wound and pulls off his skin to reveal Hill's face. Then he laughs and mentions propane, finding Hill's job amusing. As the face was on Griffin's body, Hill was voiced by Seth MacFarlane. "Bigfat" features a King of the Hill opening theme with Mike Judge voicing Hank after the Griffins greet their new neighbors, the Smiths, who moved into Cleveland's old house, Peter sees Roger. Stan Smith tries to keep Peter quiet but is forced to have to kill him as he starts to tell Quagmire about the alien. The entire opening turns out to be a dream by Hank Hill. Hank at first walks in and demands to know who the fat guy is sleeping with his wife Lois, before waking up again with his real wife Peggy and complains about not getting to find out if they can understand what Stewie says.
  • Henry 'Hank' Rutherford Hill is the protagonist of King of the Hill. Hank, along with his family (wife Peggy, son Bobby, and niece Luanne), has a central role in most story lines. Hank's voice is provided by series co-creator Mike Judge. The Economist briefly mentioned him as one of the wisest people on television. Hank Hill, born April 19, stands 6'2" (1.88 meters) in height and his weight has varied throughout the show from 190 lbs to 220 lbs. Among King of the Hill characters, Hank bears one of the more noticeable resemblances to Tom Anderson, a character on Mike Judge's previous animated series, Beavis and Butt-head. The similarities in both voice and (to a slightly lesser extent) physical appearance between Hill and Anderson are especially noticeable when comparing early King of the Hill episodes to "Beavis and Butthead"'s final episodes or movie. Hank also inherited much of Tom's serious, conservative personality; the differences, however, reflect the differences in tone between the two series. Unlike Tom, a senior citizen whose grumpiness was typically as absurd as his antagonists' stupidity, Hank's humorously no-nonsense attitude makes him a sympathetic voice of reason within the series. He also expresses a love of propane, similarly to Anderson's admiration of butane which ironically Hank sees as an inferior gas. Hank is known to threaten people who have ticked him off with him saying " I'm gonna kick your ass." Hank drives a red Ford Ranger (1997-2000), a red Ford F-250 Super Duty (2001-2008) and a red Ford F-350 (2009-2010).
  • Hank Hill is one of the main characters from the animated series King of the Hill, which was co-created by former Simpsons writer Greg Daniels. In King of the Hill he is voiced by Mike Judge and proudly sells "propane and propane accessories" as the assistant manager at Strickland Propane. In The Simpsons, Hank briefly appeared in the episode "Bart Star". In the episode, Bart's football team plays a team from Arlen, Hill's hometown. After Arlen loses the game, the camera cuts to Hank, who says "We drove 2000 miles for this?" Several other King of the Hill characters can be seen, including Peggy, Bobby, Luanne, Dale, Bill and Boomhauer.
  • Henry Rutherford “Hank” Hill was (born June 11, 1943) in Brooklyn, New York as Tom J. Anderson. He grew up in the South New York section, admiring local mafiosi. These included Paul “Chef-Boy” ArDee a member of the Socheesy crime family, for whom he began running errands at ArDee's cabstand and counterfeit spaghetti factory. The two went on to become semi-trusting friends. Hill's first arrest came when he attempted to use a personal credit card to buy tires at a gas station for a friend. Contrary to popular belief, Hill was never a mafioso himself, but merely an associate of the mafia. Worldwide mafias have a strict rule of accepting only full-blooded nationals of the regions they control; Hill is American on his mother's side, but Irish on his father's. The same can be said of his friend Cornelius “Captain Fear” Conway-Bickle-Burke, who was Irish. Of Hill's teenage friends, only Alistair “My Cousin Vinny” DeSimone could have been "made" — that is, have become a full member of the mafia — as he was fully American. In 1960, Hank joined the army and was stationed at Fort Bragg for three years. He was a member of the paratrooper unit there, and maintained contact with ArDee and his other friends in New York the entire time. In 1963, he returned to New York and a life of crime and pasta. Hill, Captain Fear, and My Cousin Vinny were entrusted by ArDee to steal trucks, plan airport heists (targeting Air France and carrying out the huge Lufthansa heist), and distribute counterfeit spaghetti and illegitimate sauce. Hank Hill married Karen Johnson. He, My Cousin Vinny, and Captain Fear used to tell their loved ones that they worked in business. Karen Hill believed this for a very long time, as did My Cousin Vinny. Hill started seeing other women, and when Karen Johnson found out, she was furious and left him for another man. In order to restore peace in the Hill family, ArDee sent Hill and Captain Fear to Tampa, Florida, to recover money from a gambler who owed ArDee, while ArDee would talk to Karen and "convince" her to take Hill back. (My Cousin Vinny had originally been scheduled to fly to Florida instead of Hill, but ArDee decided to send Hill instead, at the last moment. My Cousin Vinny thus had only a small part in the meeting with the gambler.) As it turned out, the gambler's sister worked for the FBI, who were then able to arrest Hill, Captain Fear, and the others on the strength of her testimony. Found guilty, they were given 10-year sentences being forced to act as monkeys, but Hill was paroled after serving only four and a half years. Captain Fear served jail time in Atlanta, Georgia away from Hank due to the fear of a reprisal from the Bears. Paul ArDee, already released before Hill left jail, set up a dummy job for Hill so that he could be paroled.
  • Hank was born in New York City, much to his despise. His crazy, over bearing, drill sergeant father beat him every day because he was disappointed in him. When Hank was one, they moved to Arlen in Texas.
  • Hank Rutherford Hill is a fictional character in the animated series King of the Hill. Hank works at the fictional Strickland Propane in Arlen, Texas selling propane and propane accessories. Hank's voice is provided by series creator Mike Judge. The Economist briefly mentioned him as one of the wisest people on television.
  • Hank "ProPain" Hill is the Cyborg from Universe 87 with prosthetic arms. He was sent into the Core Universe to prevent Core Hank from being destroyed by a freak charcoal accident at a BBQ cook off hosted in Laos.
  • Hank Hill appears in the introduction to "Cleveland Live!" where he informs the audience he sells propane. Hank is voiced by his creator Mike Judge. Hank is in rehab in "Das Shrimp Boot" for huffing propane.
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