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King of the Hill: Three Days of the Kahndo

Kahn's misreading of an advertisement for a Mexican time share results in him, Hank, and Dale getting trapped in Mexico.

Episode Info


Episode number: 2x15
Production Number: 5E15
Airdate: Sunday February 15th, 1998



Special Guest Stars
Paul RodriguezPaul Rodriguez
voiced Jacinto

Guest Stars
Bertila DamasBertila Damas
voiced Unknown
Recurring
Castulo GuerraCastulo Guerra
voiced Magistrate
Recurring
Eloy CasadosEloy Casados
voiced Unknown
Recurring
Lauren TomLauren Tom
voiced Minh, Connie
Recurring
Toby HussToby Huss
voiced Kahn Souphanousinphone
Recurring

Uncredited
Stephen RootStephen Root
voiced Bill Dauterive, Moped owner
Recurring
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
Tagline


Monsignor Martinez: Vaya con Dios.



Music
ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
Toni BasilMickey 


Episode Quotes
Luanne: I love Mexico. They fast-track new makeups straight to the consumer. Here the FDA tests and tests for years -- it's like they don't care how we look.

Bobby: (puts on Luanne's makeup) This tastes like turtles.

Luanne: They had to kill ten turtles to fill one little jar. Neat!

Hank: America is my country and I love her. I wouldn't enter her in any way that's unnatural.



Episode Goofs
Malapropism

Peggy: Hank, the condo is two stories and very mitad.

Peggy is using the wrong word here. "Mitad" in Spanish means "half."



Cultural References
Episode Title: Three Days of the Kahndo

This episode is named after the 1975 movie, Three Days of the Condor.

Peggy: Make sure to apply plenty of sunscreen, honey. We are much closer to the sun here than in Texas.

Peggy is most likely making a reference to the fact that Mexico is closer to the equator than Texas, making it hotter.



Analysis
Hank: . . . But then there are the cons. The biggest one being, well, Kahn.

This is a good wordplay, because Hank considers Kahn's presence to be a bad thing, or a "con."



Other Episode Crew

CreatorMike Judge  |  Greg Daniels
 
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