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King of the Hill: The Trouble with Gribbles

Nancy Gribble gets let go from her weather girl job at the news station for a younger girl -- Luanne. Nancy is very upset about this, but later, she asks Dale for a face-lift. Dale doesn’t have the money so he decides to get it by suing a cigarette company for “making Nancy aged.” The cigarette company decides to pay Dale the low amount of money he is suing for, but reconsider when they decide to fight against the principle of his pointless lawsuit.


Episode Info


Episode number: 5x18
Production Number: 5ABE19
Airdate: Sunday April 22nd, 2001



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Special Guest Stars
Phil Hendrie
voiced Lawyer
Recurring
Robert Stack
voiced Reynolds Penland

Guest Stars
Ashley Gardner
voiced Nancy Hicks Gribble
Recurring
Castulo Guerra
voiced Unknown
Recurring
David Herman (1)
voiced Dr. Mark Seldon, Jeremy Toblick
Recurring
Main Cast
Mike Judge
voiced Hank Hill, Boomhauer, various
Kathy Najimy
voiced Peggy Hill, various
Pamela Adlon
voiced Bobby Hill, various
Brittany Murphy
voiced Luanne Platter, Joseph Gribble, various
Johnny Hardwick
voiced Dale Gribble, various
Stephen Root
voiced Bill Dauterive, Buck Strickland, various
Toby Huss
voiced Cotton Hill, Kahn Souphanousinphone, Joe Jack, various
Episode Notes
Robert Stack previously voiced the character Agent Flemming in Mike Judge's film Beavis and Butt-head Do America.



Episode Goofs
When Nancy displays her dress to Dale, he can be seen lighting up a cigarette. After a couple of shots, it's inexplicably gone.



Other Episode Crew

CreatorMike Judge  |  Greg Daniels
 
Warning: King of the Hill season 5 episode 18 guide may contain spoilers
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