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King of the Hill: Hank's Got the Willies

Hank is worried that Bobby doesn't have a role model in life--and things get worse when Bobby accidentally hits Hank's idol, Willie Nelson, with a golf club during a day on the green.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 1x4
Production Number: 4E05
Airdate: Sunday February 09th, 1997

Director: Monte Young
Writer: Johnny Hardwick

Special Guest Stars
Dennis HopperDennis Hopper
voiced Himself
Willie NelsonWillie Nelson
voiced Himself

Guest Stars
David Herman (1)David Herman (1)
voiced Les

Stephen RootStephen Root
voiced Bill Dauterive, Earl
Main Cast
Mike JudgeMike Judge
voiced Hank Hill, Boomhauer, various
Kathy NajimyKathy Najimy
voiced Peggy Hill, various
Pamela AdlonPamela Adlon
voiced Bobby Hill, various
Brittany MurphyBrittany Murphy
voiced Luanne Platter, Joseph Gribble, various
Johnny HardwickJohnny Hardwick
voiced Dale Gribble, various
Episode Notes
This is the first time a celebrity guest voiced himself.

Episode Quotes
Hank: Why can't Bobby turn all that energy into something positive, like that boy with no legs who ran across Canada?

Episode Goofs
Bobby has 2 guitar straps, one around his shoulder and one hanging loosely.

Also, when the show resumes from the theme song, the shoulder strap is hanging around the other shoulder.

Hank's golf club briefly vanishes between shots.

Also, the lawn chair they are sitting on suddenly increases in size.

Hank is sitting at the table still in his yellow golf shirt but when Bobby is listening to him through the window, Hank is wearing his standard white t-shirt.

Plus, the window isn't open from the shot at the table but is suddenly open as seen from the outside.

When Hank answers the phone he's holding a drink in his hand, but it has vanished when he speaks to Willie Nelson.

Hank & Willie are sitting under a tree playing their guitars but when Peggy walks up the tree is suddenly several feet away from them.

Other Episode Crew

CreatorMike Judge  |  Greg Daniels
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