King of the Hill

King of the Hill (1997)

1 corrected entry in As Old as the Hills (1)

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As Old as the Hills (1) - S3-E25

Corrected entry: When Hank and Peggy are in the truck, Peggy says that they can't travel until Ladybird dies and Bobby moves out, but in the episode "Three Days of the Kahndo" (season two), Hank mentioned that nothing is tying them to the house now that they have automatic sprinklers.

Correction: Hank means that nothing is tying them to the house to take care of the lawn, he is not talking about leaving for an extended period of time. In other words, they can leave the house to do errands, go to church or ball games, shopping, etc, without having to come back to the house to move a lawn sprinkler. He's not talking about going on long trips with Peggy, which they presumably can't do until Ladybird dies (which shouldn't be too long, as she is already old at that point) or Bobby moves out, which is not likely going to be at 18 years old, because many kids are staying at home longer these days.


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