The King of the Hill Quotes Page: "Good Hill Hunting"
Quotes from "Good Hill Hunting"
BILL: See? I told you it wasn't me going through your garbage. See? Deer.
DALE: Hank, a hunting trip's not just about getting drunk or shooting deer. It's about getting out in the woods, away from the government, where your paper money is useless unless you run out of leaves. Where a man can let down his guard and share his biggest fear.
BOBBY: Don't think of it as a gun. Think of it as a part of your body that fires bullets.
BOBBY: I don't mean to brag. Especially about something that hasn't actually happened yet.
PEGGY: This is an important milestone on Bobby's road to becoming a successful adult. One of the big three. Age 12: First hunt. Age 16: Learns to drive. Age 18: Finally turns 18.
NANCY: Oh, sug, you're taking my little boy on his first hunt, and you're going to bring him back a man. And how long is that going to take, exactly?
JOHN REDCORN: This hunting knife was given to me by my father, and to him by his father. And now I pass it along to you.
MAN: No more hunting permits this year.
BOBBY: Just so you know, I'm leaving a boy, but I'm coming back a man.
PEGGY: He's at the age when little-boy hormones get violent. They don't call them "nice, quiet" hormones. They're "raging," Hank! He has a chemical need to kill. I was counting on you to channel that need away from humans.
DALE: Damn inferior Soviet surplus equipment. Never does what it's s'posed.
HANK: This isn't hunting. It's shooting fish in a barrel.
DALE: The Gribble doesn't fall far from the tree.
BOBBY: Look at me. Everyone's got a deer and I don't. Everything looks so Christmas-y. Now I know how the Jewish kids feel!
HANK: You know, there's plenty of worse things than getting to hold on to your boyhood for another year. And by "holding on to your boyhood" I don't mean --
BOBBY: I'm drivin' the hell out of this truck, aren't I, Dad?
BOBBY: Oh, my God! I hit a deer with your truck! Oh, God!
PEGGY: Oh, my son! My big, strong, normal son!