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You’re finishing Allen Gregory, aren’t you?
King of the Hill had it’s amusing moments but it wasn’t a show I liked to watch much either. I think largely it was because it felt like a cartoon that should have been live action instead, especially since 3rd Rock and even Seinfeld were less down to earth. I think it was on TV as long as it was because it successfully complimented The Simpsons with it’s slower humor and having a more intellectual alpha male, but it really can’t appeal to everyone and I never liked any episode about Peggy, the less said about her the better I think.
I’m glad you have the sense to defy feelings that it’s a requirement to like something just because it has something to do with where you come from. It reminds me, I was drawn to South Park at first because I liked watching a show set in my home state but after awhile I lost interest and just for the record I have swore to myself that I will never put a prairie oyster in my mouth.
I never liked Peggy’s “I’m better than you” attitude. One of the worst Peggy Hill moments to me was Peggy forcing Luanne to quit her job at a restaraunt despite the fact her niece did nothing that would get her fired. To be fair, at least Peggy Hill is no Lois Griffin.
You do know that some people hate Lucky too. Not me though as I didn’t watch it as much, but still.
I died at the “wearing Lucky” line, it’s just so comically sinister!
And for next time, I’m calling it now: Cleveland Show?