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A lot of the humor in the series comes from the fact that Hank's a gigantic stick in the mud.
His friends, who are also his neighbors, include down-and-out divorced Army barber Bill Dauterive, cuckolded Conspiracy Theorist and pest exterminator Dale Gribble, and Boomhauer, a womanizing motormouth whose job was unknown until a last-second reveal in the series finale.
Would you shrink down to the size of a ball-point pen?
That means you’d lose roughly 99 percent of your body mass in a blink. But what if I reminded you that you’d immediately eliminate the bulk of your living and travel expenses.
He won an Emerging Designer of the Year Award from the Entrepreneurs on the Move.
Trendy organized a candlelit shrine shortly after Britney Spears was admitted to Cedars-Sinai hospital.
Courtney hasn't been shy about her desire for a reality TV show since making headlines more than two years ago by marrying Doug Hutchison, 51, when she was just sixteen.
Hank's a stick in the mud and Peggy's full of herself, but in the end, they're still decent people trying to live their lives.
After running for numerous seasons (to the point where people didn't even realize new episodes were still being made until it was too late), the show finally ended its run on FOX on September 13, 2009.
Four unaired episodes were released in syndication and on [adult swim] in 2010.
His family includes his wife, Peggy (a Small Name, Big Ego if there ever was one, at least in the later episodes; the earlier ones had her being a little more sane), his son, Bobby (who, according to Hank, is "not right," judging by the fact that Bobby is more interested in comedy and performing arts rather than sports), and his niece, Luanne Platter (who grew up in a dysfunctional, trailer trash family and has moved in with the Hills in order to rise above her violent upbringing).
Hank also has plenty of conflicts with his father, Cotton, a misogynistic World War II veteran (who had both of his shins blown off by a Japanese soldier during an ambush).