The King of the Hill Quotes Page: "The Perils of Polling"
Quotes from "The Perils of Polling"
HANK: Did you send in those voter registration forms I gave you on your eighteenth birthday?
HANK: I still get goose pimples thinking about pulling the lever for Councilman Fred Ebberd. 'Course, then he betrayed me.
TED: The polls and the media have been ignoring my campaign. But they're in for a surprise when longshot candidate Ted T. Gannaway moves out of his parents' basement and into the White House!
BARKER: Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you the main event, the real deal, the finest diver with four legs, the pork Louganis, Mitch the Amazing Diving Pig! For his first dive, Mitch will present the Two-la Hula, a dive through not one, not three, but two hula hoops!
MAN: He's dead!
CAMPAIGN WORKER: This is the sort of heroism the Governor loves to attach himself to.
LUANNE: I guess I cancel out your vote. My first election, and your vote means nothing. (Raising her arm in a Communist salute) Long live the people's revolution!
LUANNE: I have several reasons. The line to his booth was the shortest. I like his tie -- it's red. And his shirt is white, and his jacket is blue, and that stands for America -- Communism!
HANK: I just think if you don't read the papers and the only TV you watch is the MTV, you shouldn't be allowed to vote.
LUANNE (as Sir Reginald): Cheerio. We were wondering if you would vote for Robert Parigi of the Communist Party U.S.A. for President, what what?
LUANNE: He's even more handsome than his dad.
GEORGE W. BUSH: Hey, there's Heimlich County's newest hero!
HANK: Oh, my God! His handshake! It's limp!
HANK: This man could be the next leader of the free world. We're gonna have nutjob Third World dictators walking all over us when they find out the man in charge doesn't have a strong enough finger to push the button.
HANK: See that guy's reaction when Bush shakes his hand? Surprise, then disappointment. Surprise, then disappointment.
HANK: With voter turnout at all-time lows, not voting makes me more American.
DALE: We're going to stay in Mexico and see how the election turns out. In the event of any problems -- civil unrest, military coup -- we will remain in Mexico under assumed identities. You are Fritz Kruger, wealthy Ecuadorian rancher. And I am Central American singing sensation LaMotil.
LUANNE: This isn't Rudy, it's Luanne. And this isn't a propane emergency, it's a why-aren't-you-voting emergency. Why aren't you voting?
BILL: So who'd you vote for, Hank?