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2022-01-18 4:27:46 PM  
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2022-01-18 5:15:57 PM  
I don't know how to feel about this. The original is perfect, so it's hard to improve on that with plenty of opportunities to shiat on its legacy. But it's also the original crew for the most part. Buut, that doesn't mean it'll be good. Part of the charm of KotH was the time period it was in.

I'll wait for initial impressions/first Fark Live thread.
 
2022-01-18 5:38:56 PM  

scottydoesntknow: I don't know how to feel about this. The original is perfect, so it's hard to improve on that with plenty of opportunities to shiat on its legacy. But it's also the original crew for the most part. Buut, that doesn't mean it'll be good. Part of the charm of KotH was the time period it was in.

I'll wait for initial impressions/first Fark Live thread.


Dude
Rusty Shackleford
They could do a whole series with just him.
 
2022-01-18 5:43:49 PM  
RIP, LuAnn and Lucky
 
2022-01-18 5:47:54 PM  
Problem is, while in the late 90s, the Dale Gribbles of the world were rightly marginalized and pushed into the corner.
Now, their opinions are taken seriously.
 
2022-01-18 5:58:52 PM  
Barenaked Ladies - Get In Line [Official Music Video]
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2022-01-18 5:58:54 PM  

stoli n coke: Problem is, while in the late 90s, the Dale Gribbles of the world were rightly marginalized and pushed into the corner.
Now, their opinions are taken seriously.


Also, Dale could pull it together when reality stomped on his dick.  Today's Dales just double down and get stupider
 
2022-01-18 6:09:27 PM  

stoli n coke: Problem is, while in the late 90s, the Dale Gribbles of the world were rightly marginalized and pushed into the corner.
Now, their opinions are taken seriously.


Yeah, I could never get into that show because of the undercurrent of "conservatives are good people" crap.

Hank was a prick. Yeah, he learned some lessons, and laid-off his small-mindedness if it affected him directly. But he was still a prick.

He would *absolutely* still be voting Republican. Hell, Hank Hill is practically the Ultimate Republican. Good guy on the surface, but small-minded, and resists any threat to his little privileged world. I grew around those people. A bunch of them were family members.

All we hear/read about is the true nutjob Trumper-style Republicans, but the reason the Republicans keep winning elections is because of people like Hank Hill. They're everywhere.

Anyway, yeah, it's just a TV show. Maybe Judge will make it an anti-conservative show. That would be nice. But I think Judge himself is one of those "pseudo-nice-guy" Republicans. They're not fans of Trump, they're embarrassed by him, but they still voted for him.
 
2022-01-18 6:20:14 PM  
Interested to see where they go with Dale in today's context.
 
2022-01-18 6:23:16 PM  
King of the Hill had one of the best finales of any tv show that I've watched. Like, how does a cartoon have that much character growth?

My fear is that that the reboot will undo that perfection.
 
2022-01-18 6:24:55 PM  

realmolo: stoli n coke: Problem is, while in the late 90s, the Dale Gribbles of the world were rightly marginalized and pushed into the corner.
Now, their opinions are taken seriously.

Yeah, I could never get into that show because of the undercurrent of "conservatives are good people" crap.

Hank was a prick. Yeah, he learned some lessons, and laid-off his small-mindedness if it affected him directly. But he was still a prick.

He would *absolutely* still be voting Republican. Hell, Hank Hill is practically the Ultimate Republican. Good guy on the surface, but small-minded, and resists any threat to his little privileged world. I grew around those people. A bunch of them were family members.

All we hear/read about is the true nutjob Trumper-style Republicans, but the reason the Republicans keep winning elections is because of people like Hank Hill. They're everywhere.

Anyway, yeah, it's just a TV show. Maybe Judge will make it an anti-conservative show. That would be nice. But I think Judge himself is one of those "pseudo-nice-guy" Republicans. They're not fans of Trump, they're embarrassed by him, but they still voted for him.


No, Hank Hill WOULD NOT vote for Trump, I tell ya hwhat
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2022-01-18 6:31:10 PM  

skyotter: King of the Hill had one of the best finales of any tv show that I've watched. Like, how does a cartoon have that much character growth?

My fear is that that the reboot will undo that perfection.


Counterpoint

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2022-01-18 6:32:47 PM  

cretinbob: skyotter: King of the Hill had one of the best finales of any tv show that I've watched. Like, how does a cartoon have that much character growth?

My fear is that that the reboot will undo that perfection.

Counterpoint

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Well they had like, 5 endings. And got them all perfect.
 
2022-01-18 6:36:21 PM  

realmolo: stoli n coke: Problem is, while in the late 90s, the Dale Gribbles of the world were rightly marginalized and pushed into the corner.
Now, their opinions are taken seriously.

Yeah, I could never get into that show because of the undercurrent of "conservatives are good people" crap.

Hank was a prick. Yeah, he learned some lessons, and laid-off his small-mindedness if it affected him directly. But he was still a prick.

He would *absolutely* still be voting Republican. Hell, Hank Hill is practically the Ultimate Republican. Good guy on the surface, but small-minded, and resists any threat to his little privileged world. I grew around those people. A bunch of them were family members.

All we hear/read about is the true nutjob Trumper-style Republicans, but the reason the Republicans keep winning elections is because of people like Hank Hill. They're everywhere.

Anyway, yeah, it's just a TV show. Maybe Judge will make it an anti-conservative show. That would be nice. But I think Judge himself is one of those "pseudo-nice-guy" Republicans. They're not fans of Trump, they're embarrassed by him, but they still voted for him.


Your paragraphs did nothing but highlight your lack of understanding of Hank Hill.

Just one example: The way Trump gets his steaks would get Trump disqualified in Hank's eyes immediately.

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2022-01-18 6:45:58 PM  

realmolo: stoli n coke: Problem is, while in the late 90s, the Dale Gribbles of the world were rightly marginalized and pushed into the corner.
Now, their opinions are taken seriously.

Yeah, I could never get into that show because of the undercurrent of "conservatives are good people" crap.

Hank was a prick. Yeah, he learned some lessons, and laid-off his small-mindedness if it affected him directly. But he was still a prick.

He would *absolutely* still be voting Republican. Hell, Hank Hill is practically the Ultimate Republican. Good guy on the surface, but small-minded, and resists any threat to his little privileged world. I grew around those people. A bunch of them were family members.

All we hear/read about is the true nutjob Trumper-style Republicans, but the reason the Republicans keep winning elections is because of people like Hank Hill. They're everywhere.

Anyway, yeah, it's just a TV show. Maybe Judge will make it an anti-conservative show. That would be nice. But I think Judge himself is one of those "pseudo-nice-guy" Republicans. They're not fans of Trump, they're embarrassed by him, but they still voted for him.


Wow. Those are words, alright.
 
2022-01-18 6:46:14 PM  

i state your name: Interested to see where they go with Dale in today's context.


I'm sure things have been going rather well for Senator Gribble.
 
2022-01-18 6:47:31 PM  

cretinbob: scottydoesntknow: I don't know how to feel about this. The original is perfect, so it's hard to improve on that with plenty of opportunities to shiat on its legacy. But it's also the original crew for the most part. Buut, that doesn't mean it'll be good. Part of the charm of KotH was the time period it was in.

I'll wait for initial impressions/first Fark Live thread.

Dude
Rusty Shackleford
They could do a whole series with just him.


F...N...A.... Dayle was only funny as satire. Yeah, there's shiat loads of new stuff for him to talk about but for satire to work...it has to be outlandish. That's why it is extremely rare for Colbert to do bits as his character from The Colbert Report.
 
2022-01-18 6:50:18 PM  

stoli n coke: realmolo: stoli n coke: Problem is, while in the late 90s, the Dale Gribbles of the world were rightly marginalized and pushed into the corner.
Now, their opinions are taken seriously.

Yeah, I could never get into that show because of the undercurrent of "conservatives are good people" crap.

Hank was a prick. Yeah, he learned some lessons, and laid-off his small-mindedness if it affected him directly. But he was still a prick.

He would *absolutely* still be voting Republican. Hell, Hank Hill is practically the Ultimate Republican. Good guy on the surface, but small-minded, and resists any threat to his little privileged world. I grew around those people. A bunch of them were family members.

All we hear/read about is the true nutjob Trumper-style Republicans, but the reason the Republicans keep winning elections is because of people like Hank Hill. They're everywhere.

Anyway, yeah, it's just a TV show. Maybe Judge will make it an anti-conservative show. That would be nice. But I think Judge himself is one of those "pseudo-nice-guy" Republicans. They're not fans of Trump, they're embarrassed by him, but they still voted for him.

Wow. Those are words, alright.


I dunno, he's not necessarily wrong. 74.5 million people voted for Trump. And they aren't all the "Go to rallies foaming at the mouth" fanatics. There are plenty of Hank Hills out there who voted for him. Now, they'll never make Hank a Trump voter for the revival, but he's 110% the demographic
 
2022-01-18 6:53:14 PM  

TDWCom29: stoli n coke: realmolo: stoli n coke: Problem is, while in the late 90s, the Dale Gribbles of the world were rightly marginalized and pushed into the corner.
Now, their opinions are taken seriously.

Yeah, I could never get into that show because of the undercurrent of "conservatives are good people" crap.

Hank was a prick. Yeah, he learned some lessons, and laid-off his small-mindedness if it affected him directly. But he was still a prick.

He would *absolutely* still be voting Republican. Hell, Hank Hill is practically the Ultimate Republican. Good guy on the surface, but small-minded, and resists any threat to his little privileged world. I grew around those people. A bunch of them were family members.

All we hear/read about is the true nutjob Trumper-style Republicans, but the reason the Republicans keep winning elections is because of people like Hank Hill. They're everywhere.

Anyway, yeah, it's just a TV show. Maybe Judge will make it an anti-conservative show. That would be nice. But I think Judge himself is one of those "pseudo-nice-guy" Republicans. They're not fans of Trump, they're embarrassed by him, but they still voted for him.

Wow. Those are words, alright.

I dunno, he's not necessarily wrong. 74.5 million people voted for Trump. And they aren't all the "Go to rallies foaming at the mouth" fanatics. There are plenty of Hank Hills out there who voted for him. Now, they'll never make Hank a Trump voter for the revival, but he's 110% the demographic


This was my initial thought. Hank voted for Trump. Twice.
 
2022-01-18 6:57:10 PM  

poconojoe: i state your name: Interested to see where they go with Dale in today's context.

I'm sure things have been going rather well for Senator Gribble.


That's Governor Shackleford tyvm.
 
2022-01-18 6:57:22 PM  

TDWCom29: stoli n coke: realmolo: stoli n coke: Problem is, while in the late 90s, the Dale Gribbles of the world were rightly marginalized and pushed into the corner.
Now, their opinions are taken seriously.

Yeah, I could never get into that show because of the undercurrent of "conservatives are good people" crap.

Hank was a prick. Yeah, he learned some lessons, and laid-off his small-mindedness if it affected him directly. But he was still a prick.

He would *absolutely* still be voting Republican. Hell, Hank Hill is practically the Ultimate Republican. Good guy on the surface, but small-minded, and resists any threat to his little privileged world. I grew around those people. A bunch of them were family members.

All we hear/read about is the true nutjob Trumper-style Republicans, but the reason the Republicans keep winning elections is because of people like Hank Hill. They're everywhere.

Anyway, yeah, it's just a TV show. Maybe Judge will make it an anti-conservative show. That would be nice. But I think Judge himself is one of those "pseudo-nice-guy" Republicans. They're not fans of Trump, they're embarrassed by him, but they still voted for him.

Wow. Those are words, alright.

I dunno, he's not necessarily wrong. 74.5 million people voted for Trump. And they aren't all the "Go to rallies foaming at the mouth" fanatics. There are plenty of Hank Hills out there who voted for him. Now, they'll never make Hank a Trump voter for the revival, but he's 110% the demographic


The demographic being 'white guy who lives in suburban Texas"?

I'm a white guy who has done nothing but live in suburban areas of Texas. I have also never once voted for a republican. Hank has always looked at the character of a person. He damn near creamed his pants shaking Jimmy Carter's hand and nearly had an existential crisis after shaking a limp-wristed Bush 1. Anyone who claims Hank would be a Trump supporter literally ignores damn near every thought/action he's taken in 13 years of being on TV. He's only tolerated bullshiat from one person, Mr. Strickland, who he does have blinders for, but that's mainly in the continued service of Lady Propane.

For that matter, Cotton wouldn't vote for Trump either. He didn't lose two shins killin fitty men to vote for a draft-dodging pansy from NY.
 
2022-01-18 6:58:11 PM  
Do they come with sprinkles?
 
2022-01-18 7:01:10 PM  
What happened to the beaver and buttnash rebutt?
 
2022-01-18 7:04:26 PM  

scottydoesntknow: TDWCom29: stoli n coke: realmolo: stoli n coke: Problem is, while in the late 90s, the Dale Gribbles of the world were rightly marginalized and pushed into the corner.
Now, their opinions are taken seriously.

Yeah, I could never get into that show because of the undercurrent of "conservatives are good people" crap.

Hank was a prick. Yeah, he learned some lessons, and laid-off his small-mindedness if it affected him directly. But he was still a prick.

He would *absolutely* still be voting Republican. Hell, Hank Hill is practically the Ultimate Republican. Good guy on the surface, but small-minded, and resists any threat to his little privileged world. I grew around those people. A bunch of them were family members.

All we hear/read about is the true nutjob Trumper-style Republicans, but the reason the Republicans keep winning elections is because of people like Hank Hill. They're everywhere.

Anyway, yeah, it's just a TV show. Maybe Judge will make it an anti-conservative show. That would be nice. But I think Judge himself is one of those "pseudo-nice-guy" Republicans. They're not fans of Trump, they're embarrassed by him, but they still voted for him.

Wow. Those are words, alright.

I dunno, he's not necessarily wrong. 74.5 million people voted for Trump. And they aren't all the "Go to rallies foaming at the mouth" fanatics. There are plenty of Hank Hills out there who voted for him. Now, they'll never make Hank a Trump voter for the revival, but he's 110% the demographic

The demographic being 'white guy who lives in suburban Texas"?

I'm a white guy who has done nothing but live in suburban areas of Texas. I have also never once voted for a republican. Hank has always looked at the character of a person. He damn near creamed his pants shaking Jimmy Carter's hand and nearly had an existential crisis after shaking a limp-wristed Bush 1. Anyone who claims Hank would be a Trump supporter literally ignores damn near every thought/action he's taken in 13 years of b ...


Again, we're arguing about a fictional character. One who I already admitted will not be portrayed as a Trump supporter. But you also can't blame people for making the connection

Also, if I'm remembering correctly, it's never said who Hank votes for in 2000. So if he did vote for Dubya he can obviously overcome his "anti-limp wristed" biases
 
2022-01-18 7:09:35 PM  

scottydoesntknow: realmolo: stoli n coke: Problem is, while in the late 90s, the Dale Gribbles of the world were rightly marginalized and pushed into the corner.
Now, their opinions are taken seriously.

Yeah, I could never get into that show because of the undercurrent of "conservatives are good people" crap.

Hank was a prick. Yeah, he learned some lessons, and laid-off his small-mindedness if it affected him directly. But he was still a prick.

He would *absolutely* still be voting Republican. Hell, Hank Hill is practically the Ultimate Republican. Good guy on the surface, but small-minded, and resists any threat to his little privileged world. I grew around those people. A bunch of them were family members.

All we hear/read about is the true nutjob Trumper-style Republicans, but the reason the Republicans keep winning elections is because of people like Hank Hill. They're everywhere.

Anyway, yeah, it's just a TV show. Maybe Judge will make it an anti-conservative show. That would be nice. But I think Judge himself is one of those "pseudo-nice-guy" Republicans. They're not fans of Trump, they're embarrassed by him, but they still voted for him.

Your paragraphs did nothing but highlight your lack of understanding of Hank Hill.

Just one example: The way Trump gets his steaks would get Trump disqualified in Hank's eyes immediately.


Hank Hill in real life would be a only vote Republican guy. Hank Hill the character would not be a Trumper, he is from New York, multiple divorcee, never served, put down McCain and was from New York City. He would hate Trump and hate people who loved Trump.

realmolo is right though, Hill was the "good Republican" who grew to like the minorities he knew but that never transferred into a greater world view. That is kind of the point though, he was a real reflection of that kind of person. He was principled and stood by those principles, hence he a fictional "good Republican".
 
2022-01-18 7:22:27 PM  
All the political musings of a fictional character aside... Who the hell is asking for this? I know the suits would go for it, but does Mike Judge have gambling debts or something?
 
2022-01-18 7:43:20 PM  
Hank Hill would never vote for Trump. The guy eats his steaks well done and puts ketchup on them, sure. That's an automatic disqualifier. But you know for damn sure that Hank would draw a whole lot of parallels between Trump and his father, and Hank does not want to see someone like his father as President.

Dale would be all in on QAnon.

Boomhauer would vote Democrat.

Bill would probably vote for Trump at Dale's insistence, but he'd probably feel guilty about it afterwards.

Peggy would be all-in on Hillary and Biden.

Kahn would be a Trumper, since he considers himself one of the "good" immigrants.

Buck Strickland would be a hardcore Trumper.

Connie would vote Democrat but she wouldn't tell her father.
 
2022-01-18 7:43:27 PM  
Will Hank still be kissing Buck's ass? I loved the show until Buck tried to frame Hank for murder. After that I couldn't stand Hank's brown nosing.


Picture it, Strickland propane...

Buck: Hey ole top, I'm out of TP. How about you get in here and lick my ass clean?

Hank: It'd be an honor sir!

Buck: Careful around the roids.

Hank: "munching sounds"

Buck: Oh! I've have got to stop eating those breakfast burritos from the strip clubs!

Hank: "munching sounds"


/Buck was absolute POS and Hank worshipped him
//Hank would've loved Trump the same way he loved Buck
 
2022-01-18 7:53:21 PM  

UberNeuman: What happened to the beaver and buttnash rebutt?


It was a one off season.
They made it and it was done. It wasn't planned to keep going.
 
2022-01-18 7:55:46 PM  
I seem to remember Hank was born in NYC...
/Yankee Stadium.
//Still a Texan
///Don't blame me, I voted for Weld.
 
2022-01-18 7:57:13 PM  

iheartscotch: cretinbob: scottydoesntknow: I don't know how to feel about this. The original is perfect, so it's hard to improve on that with plenty of opportunities to shiat on its legacy. But it's also the original crew for the most part. Buut, that doesn't mean it'll be good. Part of the charm of KotH was the time period it was in.

I'll wait for initial impressions/first Fark Live thread.

Dude
Rusty Shackleford
They could do a whole series with just him.

F...N...A.... Dayle was only funny as satire. Yeah, there's shiat loads of new stuff for him to talk about but for satire to work...it has to be outlandish. That's why it is extremely rare for Colbert to do bits as his character from The Colbert Report.


I'm pretty sure the reason Colbert doesn't play (character) Colbert is because he's not legally allowed to, as (character) Colbert is considered intellectual property by Viacom.
 
2022-01-18 7:58:33 PM  

Weatherkiss: Hank Hill would never vote for Trump. The guy eats his steaks well done and puts ketchup on them, sure. That's an automatic disqualifier. But you know for damn sure that Hank would draw a whole lot of parallels between Trump and his father, and Hank does not want to see someone like his father as President.

Dale would be all in on QAnon.

Boomhauer would vote Democrat.

Bill would probably vote for Trump at Dale's insistence, but he'd probably feel guilty about it afterwards.

Peggy would be all-in on Hillary and Biden.

Kahn would be a Trumper, since he considers himself one of the "good" immigrants.

Buck Strickland would be a hardcore Trumper.

Connie would vote Democrat but she wouldn't tell her father.


Bobby would've started out supporting Sanders in the primaries, then reluctantly vote for Hillary and Biden.

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2022-01-18 8:13:28 PM  

Bith Set Me Up: realmolo: stoli n coke: Problem is, while in the late 90s, the Dale Gribbles of the world were rightly marginalized and pushed into the corner.
Now, their opinions are taken seriously.

Yeah, I could never get into that show because of the undercurrent of "conservatives are good people" crap.

Hank was a prick. Yeah, he learned some lessons, and laid-off his small-mindedness if it affected him directly. But he was still a prick.

He would *absolutely* still be voting Republican. Hell, Hank Hill is practically the Ultimate Republican. Good guy on the surface, but small-minded, and resists any threat to his little privileged world. I grew around those people. A bunch of them were family members.

All we hear/read about is the true nutjob Trumper-style Republicans, but the reason the Republicans keep winning elections is because of people like Hank Hill. They're everywhere.

Anyway, yeah, it's just a TV show. Maybe Judge will make it an anti-conservative show. That would be nice. But I think Judge himself is one of those "pseudo-nice-guy" Republicans. They're not fans of Trump, they're embarrassed by him, but they still voted for him.

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I agree with all the points in this vid... except that Hank's alternatives are to not vote (which he'd never do) vote for Hillary Clinton, and I don't see that happening, or going 3rd party. The 3rd parties... I guess it's possible he'd have gone Libertarian or Green Party, but not likely. Pretty sure he'd have held his nose and voted Trump, just like a lot of Democrats did for Hilary.
 
2022-01-18 8:30:04 PM  

scottydoesntknow: TDWCom29: stoli n coke: realmolo: stoli n coke: Problem is, while in the late 90s, the Dale Gribbles of the world were rightly marginalized and pushed into the corner.
Now, their opinions are taken seriously.

Yeah, I could never get into that show because of the undercurrent of "conservatives are good people" crap.

Hank was a prick. Yeah, he learned some lessons, and laid-off his small-mindedness if it affected him directly. But he was still a prick.

He would *absolutely* still be voting Republican. Hell, Hank Hill is practically the Ultimate Republican. Good guy on the surface, but small-minded, and resists any threat to his little privileged world. I grew around those people. A bunch of them were family members.

All we hear/read about is the true nutjob Trumper-style Republicans, but the reason the Republicans keep winning elections is because of people like Hank Hill. They're everywhere.

Anyway, yeah, it's just a TV show. Maybe Judge will make it an anti-conservative show. That would be nice. But I think Judge himself is one of those "pseudo-nice-guy" Republicans. They're not fans of Trump, they're embarrassed by him, but they still voted for him.

Wow. Those are words, alright.

I dunno, he's not necessarily wrong. 74.5 million people voted for Trump. And they aren't all the "Go to rallies foaming at the mouth" fanatics. There are plenty of Hank Hills out there who voted for him. Now, they'll never make Hank a Trump voter for the revival, but he's 110% the demographic

The demographic being 'white guy who lives in suburban Texas"?

I'm a white guy who has done nothing but live in suburban areas of Texas. I have also never once voted for a republican. Hank has always looked at the character of a person. He damn near creamed his pants shaking Jimmy Carter's hand and nearly had an existential crisis after shaking a limp-wristed Bush 1. Anyone who claims Hank would be a Trump supporter literally ignores damn near every thought/action he's taken in 13 years of being on TV. He's only tolerated bullshiat from one person, Mr. Strickland, who he does have blinders for, but that's mainly in the continued service of Lady Propane.

For that matter, Cotton wouldn't vote for Trump either. He didn't lose two shins killin fitty men to vote for a draft-dodging pansy from NY.


I don't think you understand what the world, and fox, and Trump did to people who previously would have loathed his very existence.
 
2022-01-18 8:35:40 PM  

Spaceballer: Will Hank still be kissing Buck's ass? I loved the show until Buck tried to frame Hank for murder. After that I couldn't stand Hank's brown nosing.


Picture it, Strickland propane...

Buck: Hey ole top, I'm out of TP. How about you get in here and lick my ass clean?

Hank: It'd be an honor sir!

Buck: Careful around the roids.

Hank: "munching sounds"

Buck: Oh! I've have got to stop eating those breakfast burritos from the strip clubs!

Hank: "munching sounds"


/Buck was absolute POS and Hank worshipped him
//Hank would've loved Trump the same way he loved Buck


Fanfic like that is why your parents wouldn't let you take German lessons.
 
2022-01-18 8:36:47 PM  

Severaux: iheartscotch: cretinbob: scottydoesntknow: I don't know how to feel about this. The original is perfect, so it's hard to improve on that with plenty of opportunities to shiat on its legacy. But it's also the original crew for the most part. Buut, that doesn't mean it'll be good. Part of the charm of KotH was the time period it was in.

I'll wait for initial impressions/first Fark Live thread.

Dude
Rusty Shackleford
They could do a whole series with just him.

F...N...A.... Dayle was only funny as satire. Yeah, there's shiat loads of new stuff for him to talk about but for satire to work...it has to be outlandish. That's why it is extremely rare for Colbert to do bits as his character from The Colbert Report.

I'm pretty sure the reason Colbert doesn't play (character) Colbert is because he's not legally allowed to, as (character) Colbert is considered intellectual property by Viacom.


Viacom owns CBS.
 
2022-01-18 8:38:49 PM  
Sack up and do a time jump.
 
2022-01-18 9:21:23 PM  
I might watch it, but only if Peggy goes skydiving again.
 
2022-01-18 9:29:12 PM  

Gubbo: scottydoesntknow: TDWCom29: stoli n coke: realmolo: stoli n coke: Problem is, while in the late 90s, the Dale Gribbles of the world were rightly marginalized and pushed into the corner.
Now, their opinions are taken seriously.

Yeah, I could never get into that show because of the undercurrent of "conservatives are good people" crap.

Hank was a prick. Yeah, he learned some lessons, and laid-off his small-mindedness if it affected him directly. But he was still a prick.

He would *absolutely* still be voting Republican. Hell, Hank Hill is practically the Ultimate Republican. Good guy on the surface, but small-minded, and resists any threat to his little privileged world. I grew around those people. A bunch of them were family members.

All we hear/read about is the true nutjob Trumper-style Republicans, but the reason the Republicans keep winning elections is because of people like Hank Hill. They're everywhere.

Anyway, yeah, it's just a TV show. Maybe Judge will make it an anti-conservative show. That would be nice. But I think Judge himself is one of those "pseudo-nice-guy" Republicans. They're not fans of Trump, they're embarrassed by him, but they still voted for him.

Wow. Those are words, alright.

I dunno, he's not necessarily wrong. 74.5 million people voted for Trump. And they aren't all the "Go to rallies foaming at the mouth" fanatics. There are plenty of Hank Hills out there who voted for him. Now, they'll never make Hank a Trump voter for the revival, but he's 110% the demographic

The demographic being 'white guy who lives in suburban Texas"?

I'm a white guy who has done nothing but live in suburban areas of Texas. I have also never once voted for a republican. Hank has always looked at the character of a person. He damn near creamed his pants shaking Jimmy Carter's hand and nearly had an existential crisis after shaking a limp-wristed Bush 1. Anyone who claims Hank would be a Trump supporter literally ignores damn near every thought/action he's taken in 13 years of being on TV. He's only tolerated bullshiat from one person, Mr. Strickland, who he does have blinders for, but that's mainly in the continued service of Lady Propane.

For that matter, Cotton wouldn't vote for Trump either. He didn't lose two shins killin fitty men to vote for a draft-dodging pansy from NY.

I don't think you understand what the world, and fox, and Trump did to people who previously would have loathed his very existence.


Fox TV is not Fox News
They are different things
 
2022-01-18 9:31:54 PM  

Joe Stapler: I might watch it, but only if Peggy goes skydiving again.


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Anyone who thinks KotH was one side or the other didn't pay much attention
 
2022-01-18 9:33:24 PM  

cretinbob: Gubbo: scottydoesntknow: TDWCom29: stoli n coke: realmolo: stoli n coke: Problem is, while in the late 90s, the Dale Gribbles of the world were rightly marginalized and pushed into the corner.
Now, their opinions are taken seriously.

Yeah, I could never get into that show because of the undercurrent of "conservatives are good people" crap.

Hank was a prick. Yeah, he learned some lessons, and laid-off his small-mindedness if it affected him directly. But he was still a prick.

He would *absolutely* still be voting Republican. Hell, Hank Hill is practically the Ultimate Republican. Good guy on the surface, but small-minded, and resists any threat to his little privileged world. I grew around those people. A bunch of them were family members.

All we hear/read about is the true nutjob Trumper-style Republicans, but the reason the Republicans keep winning elections is because of people like Hank Hill. They're everywhere.

Anyway, yeah, it's just a TV show. Maybe Judge will make it an anti-conservative show. That would be nice. But I think Judge himself is one of those "pseudo-nice-guy" Republicans. They're not fans of Trump, they're embarrassed by him, but they still voted for him.

Wow. Those are words, alright.

I dunno, he's not necessarily wrong. 74.5 million people voted for Trump. And they aren't all the "Go to rallies foaming at the mouth" fanatics. There are plenty of Hank Hills out there who voted for him. Now, they'll never make Hank a Trump voter for the revival, but he's 110% the demographic

The demographic being 'white guy who lives in suburban Texas"?

I'm a white guy who has done nothing but live in suburban areas of Texas. I have also never once voted for a republican. Hank has always looked at the character of a person. He damn near creamed his pants shaking Jimmy Carter's hand and nearly had an existential crisis after shaking a limp-wristed Bush 1. Anyone who claims Hank would be a Trump supporter literally ignores damn near every thought/action he's taken in 13 years of being on TV. He's only tolerated bullshiat from one person, Mr. Strickland, who he does have blinders for, but that's mainly in the continued service of Lady Propane.

For that matter, Cotton wouldn't vote for Trump either. He didn't lose two shins killin fitty men to vote for a draft-dodging pansy from NY.

I don't think you understand what the world, and fox, and Trump did to people who previously would have loathed his very existence.

Fox TV is not Fox News
They are different things


I'm no longer pretending that fox is a news channel.
 
2022-01-18 9:50:04 PM  

stoli n coke: Problem is, while in the late 90s, the Dale Gribbles of the world were rightly marginalized and pushed into the corner.
Now, their opinions are taken seriously.


You know Mike Judge is a crazy loon to don't you? Over the years he's drifted further into the nuts category. He is full on Dale at this point.
 
2022-01-18 9:51:09 PM  

TheGhostofFarkPast: stoli n coke: Problem is, while in the late 90s, the Dale Gribbles of the world were rightly marginalized and pushed into the corner.
Now, their opinions are taken seriously.

You know Mike Judge is a crazy loon to don't you? Over the years he's drifted further into the nuts category. He is full on Dale at this point.


Is this for real or just the hurt feelings of internet folk who got mad at his Code Monkey Blackface show?
 
2022-01-18 9:52:31 PM  
If people are still asking if the guy who named his dog Lady Bird would vote for Trump. Here's a quick guide.

Hank: A LOT of hemming and hawing, but he left the question blank. He didn't sleep for days afterwards and didn't feel like a true American after not voting for President. He can't look Bobby in the eyes for weeks.

Bill: Voted for Trump but feels guilty. Not for voting for Trump, but he just feels guilty all the time anyway.

Boomhauer: He tells the guys who he voted for, they just can't understand him and he's not about to repeat himself.

Dale: You'd think he voted for Trump, but he's not believing that guy any more after the wall wasn't built. He was the volunteer manager for a write-in campaign by an obscure podcaster who was kicked off of YouTube for suggesting people ingest 1908 Silver Half Dollars to cure Covid. Dale didn't get to vote due to surgery to remove a 1908 Silver Half Dollar from this throat. Also he owns a lot of crypto.

/Peggy was subbing that day and didn't vote
//Kahn totally voted for Trump, not because he liked him but because he got to be on Fox/OANN every week as the token Asian For Trump.
 
2022-01-18 10:06:12 PM  

mrparks: Sack up and do a time jump.


Lucky and LuAnn died in a tragic ________ accident. Hank and Peggy have adopted Gracie. Bobby is in high school. And...go.
 
2022-01-18 10:07:28 PM  
Best Of That's My Purse
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2022-01-18 10:18:08 PM  

TDWCom29: scottydoesntknow: TDWCom29: stoli n coke: realmolo: stoli n coke: Problem is, while in the late 90s, the Dale Gribbles of the world were rightly marginalized and pushed into the corner.
Now, their opinions are taken seriously.

Yeah, I could never get into that show because of the undercurrent of "conservatives are good people" crap.

Hank was a prick. Yeah, he learned some lessons, and laid-off his small-mindedness if it affected him directly. But he was still a prick.

He would *absolutely* still be voting Republican. Hell, Hank Hill is practically the Ultimate Republican. Good guy on the surface, but small-minded, and resists any threat to his little privileged world. I grew around those people. A bunch of them were family members.

All we hear/read about is the true nutjob Trumper-style Republicans, but the reason the Republicans keep winning elections is because of people like Hank Hill. They're everywhere.

Anyway, yeah, it's just a TV show. Maybe Judge will make it an anti-conservative show. That would be nice. But I think Judge himself is one of those "pseudo-nice-guy" Republicans. They're not fans of Trump, they're embarrassed by him, but they still voted for him.

Wow. Those are words, alright.

I dunno, he's not necessarily wrong. 74.5 million people voted for Trump. And they aren't all the "Go to rallies foaming at the mouth" fanatics. There are plenty of Hank Hills out there who voted for him. Now, they'll never make Hank a Trump voter for the revival, but he's 110% the demographic

The demographic being 'white guy who lives in suburban Texas"?

I'm a white guy who has done nothing but live in suburban areas of Texas. I have also never once voted for a republican. Hank has always looked at the character of a person. He damn near creamed his pants shaking Jimmy Carter's hand and nearly had an existential crisis after shaking a limp-wristed Bush 1. Anyone who claims Hank would be a Trump supporter literally ignores damn near every thought/action he's taken in 13 years of b ...

Again, we're arguing about a fictional character. One who I already admitted will not be portrayed as a Trump supporter. But you also can't blame people for making the connection

Also, if I'm remembering correctly, it's never said who Hank votes for in 2000. So if he did vote for Dubya he can obviously overcome his "anti-limp wristed" biases


The limp handshake was a problem because to Hank it showed a weakness of character.  He eventually moved past that, barely, but that was just one single display of what he would consider a character flaw.  But trump had so many glaring flaws I just can't see Hank being able to look past them all. The multiple marriages, each one involving infedility and the most recent involving a porn star that he paid to keep quiet.  The frequent comments disparaging the military.  His crass manor and language at rallies.  The pussy grabber tape.  I just don't see a man as principled as Hank being able to ignore all of that.  I don't see him voting for Hillary either, so my guess would be either 3rd party or just didn't vote for a presidential candidate.
 
2022-01-18 10:24:06 PM  

scottydoesntknow: TDWCom29: stoli n coke: realmolo: stoli n coke: Problem is, while in the late 90s, the Dale Gribbles of the world were rightly marginalized and pushed into the corner.
Now, their opinions are taken seriously.

Yeah, I could never get into that show because of the undercurrent of "conservatives are good people" crap.

Hank was a prick. Yeah, he learned some lessons, and laid-off his small-mindedness if it affected him directly. But he was still a prick.

He would *absolutely* still be voting Republican. Hell, Hank Hill is practically the Ultimate Republican. Good guy on the surface, but small-minded, and resists any threat to his little privileged world. I grew around those people. A bunch of them were family members.

All we hear/read about is the true nutjob Trumper-style Republicans, but the reason the Republicans keep winning elections is because of people like Hank Hill. They're everywhere.

Anyway, yeah, it's just a TV show. Maybe Judge will make it an anti-conservative show. That would be nice. But I think Judge himself is one of those "pseudo-nice-guy" Republicans. They're not fans of Trump, they're embarrassed by him, but they still voted for him.

Wow. Those are words, alright.

I dunno, he's not necessarily wrong. 74.5 million people voted for Trump. And they aren't all the "Go to rallies foaming at the mouth" fanatics. There are plenty of Hank Hills out there who voted for him. Now, they'll never make Hank a Trump voter for the revival, but he's 110% the demographic

The demographic being 'white guy who lives in suburban Texas"?

I'm a white guy who has done nothing but live in suburban areas of Texas. I have also never once voted for a republican. Hank has always looked at the character of a person. He damn near creamed his pants shaking Jimmy Carter's hand and nearly had an existential crisis after shaking a limp-wristed Bush 1. Anyone who claims Hank would be a Trump supporter literally ignores damn near every thought/action he's taken in 13 years of b ...


I dunno. I'm pretty sure Cotton wouldn't vote for a woman either...
 
2022-01-18 11:55:25 PM  
Did anyone actually RTFA? It's really poorly written, and the sources it links to don't say anything about a KOTH revival, just that Judge and Daniels are starting up a new animation company or something. I'm pretty sure no revival has been announced.
 
2022-01-19 12:50:34 AM  

Khrestyn: I dunno. I'm pretty sure Cotton wouldn't vote for a woman either...


Cotton wouldn't be voting for anyone, they killed him off towards the end of the show.  That would be one hell of a retcon.

smurfco: Did anyone actually RTFA? It's really poorly written, and the sources it links to don't say anything about a KOTH revival, just that Judge and Daniels are starting up a new animation company or something. I'm pretty sure no revival has been announced.


It could very well be just speculation, based on the fact that Judge and Daniels have started their own company and the recently announced new Beavis and Butthead content for Paramount's streaming platform.  However I do recall Mike Judge commenting about a year or so ago that he'd be interested in doing a KOTH revival/reboot/whatever.

/ also farkers are famous for not RTFA
 
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