I caught the latter episode of the hour-long series finale. This was more like the average KotH episode, than a half-hour goodbye, which was probably for the best. We do get one final look at the entire cast during the final minutes (including Boomhauer putting down a BADGE) in time to watch Hank and Bobby have their major bonding moment.
Not much to write home about otherwise, as Bobby on a meat team doesn't scream hilarity. This show definitely stayed on a few seasons too many and suffered from Fox juggling it around, but at least it got a decent finish.
Goodbye, Hank Hill. It was a good ride, I tell you what.
I don't know that I've ever seen a show end a season in May, then come back for two final episodes in September, when the new season usually starts. Real odd. I was never a big KotH fan until my roommate got me into it (and Futurama) in my second year of college; now I check it out (almost) every night on Adult Swim.
Originally posted by It's FalseI caught the latter episode of the hour-long series finale.
I've been waiting for that episode since March after the Ace of Cakes' King of the Hill episode where they made a cake for the show (a grill, I think) and Duff and Geof got to do voices on the show.
Duff was one of the A&F guys and I think Geof was the judge at the end. They even got to sit in on a read through of the script. Everyone was there except for Mike Judge, who was on speaker-phone. It was weird seeing that chick (Pamela Segall) who was on that Mintaka III episode of ST:TNG (Who Watches The Watchers) doing Bobby's voice.
So much for X-Men 3, the prequels and individual movies start now. 20th Century Fox has started work on a "X-Men" spin-off featuring Magneto. Sheldon Turner ("Amityville Horror") has been hired to write the screenplay.