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During a snow storm, a shaken and confused Hank becomes disillusioned about his life and career after discovering that his boss doesn't use a propane stove in his house and doesn't actually share Hank's passion for propane.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 2x13
Production Number: 5E11
Airdate: Sunday February 01st, 1998

Guest Stars
Cheryl HollidayCheryl Holliday
voiced Velma Throckmorton
David Herman (1)David Herman (1)
voiced Lloyd Vickers, Pa, Hugh
Dennis BurkleyDennis Burkley
voiced Rudy
Toby HussToby Huss
voiced Joe Jack

Stephen RootStephen Root
voiced Bill Dauterive, Buck Strickland
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

Peggy: Look at me, I'm a kitty!

This marks the first appearance of Strickland Propane employee Joe Jack.

Episode Quotes
Hugh: (on the machine) Mr. Hill, it's Hugh Jimmerson. My heat's gone out. I've tried wearing turtlenecks, but they make me look French.

Peggy: Hank's priorities are: propane first, family second, and friends third. In that order.

Peggy: (as it starts snowing) Okay, I have been through this before in Montana. Nobody lick any flagpoles!

Peggy: Meow! Meow! Look at me, I'm a kitty! Meow!

Hank: Bobby! Bobby, get out here, boy! I'm leaving the propane business and opening up a general store!
Bobby: Okay.

Cultural References
Vickers: (writes "P.D.P." on the blackboard) Can anyone tell me what this means?
Employee: You're gonna be doing drug testing?
Vickers: You're thinking of "P.C.P." And yes, we are.

"P.C.P" stands for Phencyclidine, a dissociative drug which "dissociates" sight and sound.

Other Episode Crew

CreatorMike Judge  |  Greg Daniels
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