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King of the Hill

Show Slang
"Yep":
Said by Hank and his friends while drinking beer, it is usually a term showing satisfaction.
 
Hillbilly:
Usually said by Kahn and his family to Hank and his family, it is a term referring to people of mountainous areas. In the show, it may mean something along the lines of "stupid hicks."
 
Rednecks:
Also used as an offensive remark by Kahn and his family, it is used in the same way as "hillbilly," although they mean different things.
 
Yankee:
A universal term referring to people of the New England states, though in the show, it is mostly referred to people of New York.
 

Warning: King of the Hill guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Animation
Genre: Adult Cartoons | Comedy
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: FOX ( USA)
Airs: Sundays at 08:30 pm
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: January 12, 1997
Ended: September 13, 2009
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