When Debbie, Buck's former girl Friday and lover, turns up dead in a dumpster, a city detective suspects Hank of murdering her.

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When Debbie, Buck's former girl Friday and lover, turns up dead in a dumpster, a city detective suspects Hank of murdering her.

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Hank: I want you to promise me you won't ever do drugs, Bobby.
Bobby Hill: I promise!
Hank: A promise means *nothing* when a junkie tricks you into smoking a joint, when you think it's a cigarette, which you shouldn't smoke either, now promise me! Promise me, Bobby!
Bobby Hill: OK, OK, I promise!
Hank: [sighs] Promises mean nothing.
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One fine Conclussion
5 May 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

King of the Hill is one of my favorite shows, no denying! But this episode I must tip my hat to the writers! "Strangeness on a Train" was a little bit more of a comedic mystery if you will. Alright so here's the lay out of the episode. The episode takes place after Debbie's demise. And the murder has left everyone in Arlan scratching their heads. But the worse hasn't come to pass. After Hank "lit one" he goes on a little "trip" and everything leads him to be a suspect! The ending was too good for me to spoil! Well the episode is twelve years old, while at "Sugarfoots" Buck is throwing a "Case closed Party" while there all hell breaks loose until Mumford explains the cause of her demise. After calling Hank Debbie saw Buck arrive at Sugarfoots with his wife so she took his gun and snuk over to the restaurant, and hid out in a dumpster. After a while she go hungry, so she went to the Get in, Get out and bought a large bottle of Pop and some Nachos and went back to the dumpster. While trying to get back in, she accidentally triggered the gun causing her own demise. King of the Hill is one of my favorite shows, no denying! But this episode I must tip my hat to the writers!


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