George Foreman: [after discussing about calling off the fight with Luanne] Hey, Maybe there's something you can do for me. How would feel about carrying my grill in your shop?
Hank Hill: Oh, huh... sorry. We have a strict policy about that, no novelty grills.
George Foreman: [Angry] NOVELTY GRILL?
Hank Hill: Yeah, you know, no offence, but your grill is kinda like an iron.
George Foreman: YOU'RE CALLING MY GRILL AN IRON? I've been hit below the belt before, but nothing like this.
Hank Hill: I think it's a great product for dieters and little girls who want to play barbeque, But you can't compare it to a propane powered grill.
George Foreman: FIGHTS ON!
Hank Hill: WHAT? no.
George Foreman: I said fight on. What's the matter? SMELLING ALL THAT PROPANE CAUSED YOU BRAIN DAMAGE?
[yelling in front of a crowd of people]
George Foreman: THAT'S WHAT IT DOES YOU KNOW!
Hank Hill: [also talking to the crowd] NO, THAT IS NOT ACCURATE. Those studies were done on sick monkeys. And at least my grill isn't sold in... housewares.