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Hank and the Great Glass Elevator 

When Bill forms a friendship with Former Texas Governor Ann Richards, his ex-wife Lenore returns.

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Hank Hill / Boomhauer (voice)
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Peggy Hill (voice)
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Bobby Hill (voice)
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Luanne Platter (voice)
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When Bill forms a friendship with Former Texas Governor Ann Richards, his ex-wife Lenore returns.

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11 February 2001 (USA)  »

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Episode "Hank and the Great Glass Elevator" features the only appearance of Bill's ex-wife, Lenore. See more »

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At Luann's pool party, Peggy comments there are no more hamburgers, when there is clearly a plate of them behind her on the table. See more »

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Hank Hill: [Slamming a piece of charcoal on the table] You brought charcoal into our house!
Peggy Hill: I didn't know what it was Luanne asked me to hold it for her, I thought it was drugs!
Hank Hill: [Holding up Bobby's hand] There's soot under my boy's nails, you don't get that from a clean burning fuel!
Bobby Hill: You don't get the rich smokey flavor either.
Hank Hill: [Scolding him] You shut your mouth!, now we're going to sit here and pray.
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Perfect representation of this show at its best
12 September 2009 | by (Portland, Oregon, United States) – See all my reviews

This episode is a perfect representation of this show at its best. The premise of the episode -- Bill dating Ann Richards and Peggy trying to use charcoal instead of propane to grill when Hank is away -- is hilarious enough, but the one-liners throughout (particularly from Dale) are killer. Ann Richards herself is her usual charming and fun self, but Ellen Barkin as Bill's ex-wife is spooky perfect white trash. Mike Judge seems to always ensure that a balance is struck in every episode between loving Texas (which he obviously does) and giving it a tweak or two for some of its not-so-great aspects, and "Hank and the Great Glass Elevator" is a terrific example of that.


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