The King of the Hill Quotes Page: "When Cotton Comes Marching Home"
Quotes from "When Cotton Comes Marching Home"
COTTON: Hank's wife.
COTTON: I'll be marchin' in Arlen, with my war buddies: Topsy, Stinky, Brooklyn, Fat Brooklyn, and of course, Irwin Linker.
COTTON: You want my medals? Okay, I'll give them to you. Cost you two hundred dollars a day. There's only one way you could make that, except you're twenty years too old and twenty pounds too skinny.
PEGGY: Rob Reiner says that the first year is the most important to a child's development. Your baby brother should be listening to lullabies, not to old men hacking up phlegm!
COTTON: This hobo took three cans from my pile. I got them from a sewer outside a bus station.
COTTON: I'm your man, Mr. Lewis. I supervised the installation of asbestos in every public school in Heimlich County. And eleven bowling alleys.
COTTON: Now you listen to me, Junior. I led a platoon of men through the jungle of Sai Pan. I think I can lead a party of four to table 6!
MANAGER: Mr. Hill, maybe you need to re-evaluate whether you really want to clean up after my customers use the men's room.
DIDI: Sorry I'm late. I had to take three buses: one to get here, one to go back and get G.H., and one to get here.
HANK: A veteran working on Veteran's Day? That ain't right.
COTTON: Topsy, you shouldn't be waitin' for a bus! You strangled Herman Goering, for God's sake!
HANK: I'm happy to help you out.