The King of the Hill Quotes Page: "Peggy Makes the Big Leagues"
Quotes from "Peggy Makes the Big Leagues"
TUG: Number 33, David Kalaiki-Alii, the Flyin' Hawaiian! He says "aloha" to the end zone and "aloha" to the Temble Tigers! It means both hello and goodbye! My wife is Polynesian! Arlen High's unstoppable!
PEGGY: ...And the man walked around the world and said to the king, "Sir, I come from France." Cir-cum-france.
PEGGY: At Tom Landry Middle School, we would never think of extending special privileges to the athletes.
LUANNE: He's the Flyin' Hawaiian! Oh, if I were two years younger...
BOOSTER: She flunked David and put him on three weeks' academic probation. You know what happens in those three weeks? San Marcos. Belton. McMaynerbury. McMaynerbury, Hank!
TUG: And another fumble from senior Charlie Maiken, who was named Arlen's scholar/athlete of the year! He's all yours, Princeton!
MR. STRICKLAND: I volunteer Strickland Propane to jump through this little loophole. David can work for me till the swallows come back from Capistrami.
HANK: Years from now, no one will remember what a hexagon is. But you win State, and that goes up on the water tower.
PEGGY: I am in over my head. What made me think that I could teach high school? I so wanted to be like "Welcome Back, Kotter." Now I'm like the real Gabe Kaplan. I am a loser.
"What I Love Most About Propane," by David Kalaiki-Alii
PEGGY: I have diagnosed myself as having the early stages of single-digit carpal tunnel syndrome, or as I call it, "chalk finger."
PEGGY: Hank Hill, I am speechless. I literally have nothing to say. Not one word. Nada. Zilch. Zero. (beat) I don't know what you're waiting for.
MRS. KALAIKI-ALII: David is learning-disabled. He studies every day as soon he comes home from practice until he falls asleep every night. I usually come in and find him slumped over his desk, using that playbook you gave him as a pillow. He's a good boy, he just has trouble retaining anything. He deserves an A for effort, though.
DAVID: I guess if I'd worked harder, you guys wouldn't have been so willing to believe I was learning-disabled.
DAVID: I've been thinking about this "No pass, no play" stuff, and I've decided that if I don't pass, then I should no play.