The King of the Hill Quotes Page: "Death of a Propane Salesman"
Quotes from "Death of a Propane Salesman"
DOOLEY: Your dad got blown up.
PEGGY: My husband is in there! He had to take this job because nobody else would hire him!
CHUCK MANGIONE: I don't feel so good.
HANK: What about Buckley? Did you find him?
PEGGY: Is there any permanent damage?
PEGGY: Luanne is going to look different, maybe even hypnotically grotesque.
LUANNE: I learned something from that explosion: Beauty doesn't last forever. It can be blown off your head.
HANK: I'm fine! It's no big deal! Buildings explode, that's what they do.
DALE: That boy's no deader than Mother Theresa.
MR. STRICKLAND: Hank, ol' girl, Strickland's back in business! Get ready to pump propane tomorrow!
LUANNE: Sock puppets are for babies. In the real world, beauty fades and penguins die a cold, horrible death.
LUANNE: Look at these pictures of hungry children.
INVESTIGATOR: You needn't concern yourself.
PEGGY: They need your help at Buckley's wake, manning the grill.
PEGGY: Redbook says that losing a boyfriend is the fourth most painful loss, right between grandmother and penis.
HANK: I did not blow up the Mega Lo Mart!
KAHN: At first I didn't much like Buckley, I admit. But then I saw how much he piss off my neighbor, Mr. Hank Hill, and I decide I should seek out this Buckley fellow and get to know him. I grew to love that boy. Now that he's gone, I feel a big hole in my life -- I think we all do. Is a world without Buckley a world we want to live in? ... As a Buddhist, of course, I get comfort from a story. I don't need to tell you how much Buddhists love a story! ... Anyway, story begins with man being chased by ferocious man-eating tiger. Tiger chase him to edge of cliff. Man falls off. Halfway down, he grab onto branch. He look up, he see ferocious tiger. Now he look down, he see another hungry tiger, waiting for him on the ground below. Not a good place to be. He knows for sure he gonna die. Then out of corner of his eye he see a wild strawberry growing on same branch. He pluck it and eat it. And it was the sweetest-tasting strawberry he ever had.
CHUCK MANGIONE: Ever since the explosion, every song I play sounds like "Feels So Good."
INSTRUCTOR: Doesn't it scare you? The thought of missing all your family's special moments? Never again sipping wine with your friends? Never scratching your cat or cats?
BILL: I'm an army barber. Every day I stare death in the back of the head.
KAHN: The more you hold it in, the more you put on strange Sinead O'Connor act! I cry river of tears for Buckley! Why not you?
LUANNE: Oh, god...Buckley! Oh, god...my hair! I'm so alone!
HANK: A boy your age should be worring about getting dates, and making a team, and, well, getting dates. My death should be at the bottom of the list.
HANK: Did I ever tell you the story about the man and the tiger? Well, there was this man, and he was being chased by a ferocious tiger. No, make that a lion. A Detroit Lion! Two of 'em. And the man was Cowboy Hall of Famer Roger Staubach.