The King of the Hill Quotes Page: "Movin' On Up"
Quotes from "Movin' On Up"
HANK: Boy, look at Pops go. Eighty years old and he still has the reaction time to miss those sprinkler heads.
BILL: You know how I want to go? Right here in the alley with you guys. It'll probably be my heart, the way things are going.
LUANNE: Do you mind if I just take a quick shower first? I smell like waitressing.
HANK: The way I see it, you are in direct violation of four of our rules. (hands her a list of rules)
HANK: Dale, for the last time, I can't turn in this rental application without your social security number.
(Hank and the guys pretend to be "hillbillies" to scare off prospective buyers for the house)
DALE: Young lady, you better march right back into Hank's den. That's your home and that will always be your home. Right, Hank?
BILL: My first choice was the Marines, but I couldn't do enough sit-ups to be a Marine Corps barber. Semper Fi!
HANK: The audacity!
LUANNE (as Sir Reginald): They're not going to leave you a scrap, what what?
LUANNE: Listen, when I signed up for phone service, I signed a document that said I would pay on time. I swore it! On my mother's maiden name!
BOBBY: Luanne, what's up, girlfriend? I have not seen you in the longest!
PEGGY: There is nothing funny about starvation. Except for Comic Relief, of course.
BOBBY: Guys can shave their legs too? That's very interesting.
LUANNE: We have rules in this house, people! We all agreed to them! I'm counting at least twelve violations. (stops short) Oh, my God! I have become... (pointing at Hank) you! I hate myself!
HANK: You see, Luanne, a lot of good things happened in the world when people were like me. Sure, they'll never write a Hollywood musical about a fella who keeps his yard free of debris and pays his bills on time, and the MTV won't put on a video about a man who requires shoes in the kitchen, but it's because of people like us --
DALE: It is I, Dale Gribble, man of a thousand faces. You just met face two: the deaf electrician. I couldn't help but overhear your uncle's bad advice. The only thing your roommates, i.e. enemy, understand is psychological warfare, i.e. dirty tricks. It worked for Dick Nixon. For example, get some goat's blood, then taint that blood. Then when your roommates need blood, give them the tainted goat's blood. It's a perfect plan.
GRIFFIN: Hey, get your hands off me, you Nazi!