The King of the Hill Quotes Page: "Beer and Loathing"
Quotes from "Beer and Loathing"
VOICE ON TELEPHONE: Thank you for calling Alamo Beer. For English, press 1. Para continuar en Espanol, opprime al numero dos.
PEGGY: Are these items available to the general public?
DALE: I'll tell you what's going on with our beer. They've sold it to the Japanese, who will change the formula and repackage it in square bottles that will only fit cupholders in Japanese cars.
PEGGY: I have never had a problem keeping a secret. Ask any of the gay teachers I've worked with. But you couldn't, because I would not tell you who they were.
PEGGY: I'm sorry, Hank. Alamo trusts me not to tell you their secrets. Just as you trust me not to tell them about your narrow urethra. And believe me, I had the perfect opportunity.
DALE: Who would have thought Hank would put some flash-in-the-pan wife ahead of thirty years of friendship?
PEGGY (on the phone): Si... vomitando... la diarrhea... la nausea. (to herself) What in Carmen Sandiego is going on in Mexico?
PEGGY: All of these calls are from Mexicans. Now, their Spanish wasn't great, but I was able to gather that they got sick after drinking Alamo beer.
DALE (in Mexico): I don't mean to sound racist, but this is by far the best selection of beans I have ever seen.
DALE: Step on it, Bill! I don't know which way it's coming out, but it's coming out!
HANK: My God, you care more about your stupid confidentiality agreement than you do about your own husband.
HANK: My wife lies to me. My beer company betrays me. Americans are giving Mexicans diarrhea. What the hell is going on here?
THERESA: It turns out that under Mexican law, the markets that sold tainted beer could be held responsible. And if those markets are shut down, where will the people of Mexico buy food for their children? Alamo is against child starvation, Peggy. We always have been. How about you?
HANK: Mr. Meinhoffer IV, I'm Hank Hill, Strickland Propane. For the last twenty years, Alamo has been a part of my family, like a favorite uncle who lives in the refrigerator. But you knowingly sold tainted beer to the good people of Mexico. That is not a crime, but it should be. Now, I would like an apology.
PEGGY: Sometimes when people are confronted with their mistakes, they are too embarrassed to admit they're wrong. Especially proud people. Your successful businessman, your educators, your substitute educators... I'm sorry, Hank.