Hank Hill: [watching Big Tex being set up] Son look there's Big Tex, he's like the Grand Canyon and the Statue of Liberty rolled into one
Bobby Hill: He seems tough but kind
Hank Hill: Yep he always tells us what to do, and see, and eat, I've got better advice from him than my own father
Big Tex: Howdy folks
[Bobby gasps in amazement]
Big Tex: howdy, howdy
[worker speaks into Big Tex's speakers]
Big Tex: Check, check uh, one
[back in his regular voice]
Big Tex: Howdy!
Hank Hill: [angry] Propane is excluded from the Texas State Fair!
Boomhauer: [uninterested] Mmhmm
Hank Hill: Boomhauer are you insane? I just told you they excluded propane!
[Boomhauer looks at him then looks away]
Hank Hill: [looks at Bill and Dale who look nervously at him] You too? First Bobby and now you guys, where's the outrage?
Dale Gribble: Rules are rules Hank, without rules there would be chaos, that's why we no longer visit the public pool
Hank Hill: But this is blatantly unfair!
Bill Dauterive: [sarcastically] Yeah poor, poor Hank with his wife and his son and his... hair
Bill Dauterive: Nobody will let him grill with propane!
[Hank leaves in disappointment]
Dale Gribble: [watching Hank bond with Luann over his proposal to get propane back at the state fair] That could've been us protesting for propane with Hank right now, gentlemen we dodged a very boring bullet
Boomhauer: I love old Hank man but my god dang man, all he ever talks about is
Boomhauer: propane, propane, propane man, dang ol' you know about time we talk about I do for a living man
Bill Dauterive: Poor Bobby being replaced by Luann, my dad replaced me with tv and the bottle, hey we should let Bobby hang with us, seems the least we could do
Dale Gribble: Now when we ask him try not to seem too needy, and if he says no pretend like we didn't want him anyway