King of the Hill: Season 2, Episode 14

I Remember Mono (8 Feb. 1998)

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While working part-time at she and Hank's old high school, Peggy learns that Hank had mono (the kissing disease). But Peggy has never had mono so that could mean Hank got it from another ... See full summary »

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Hank Hill / Boomhauer (voice)
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Bobby Hill (voice) (as Pamela Segall Adlon)
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While working part-time at she and Hank's old high school, Peggy learns that Hank had mono (the kissing disease). But Peggy has never had mono so that could mean Hank got it from another woman. After Peggy stops speaking to him Hank jumps through hoops to impress her. Written by Bukue_One

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During the flashback, you can clearly see a Jaws movie poster in Hank's room. However, the story takes place in February of 1975. Jaws didn't premier in theaters until June. See more »

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Hank: Does Bobby have a girlfriend?
[Reads Valentine]
Hank: "Happy Valentine's Day, Joseph. Love Bobby"? "Hey hot stuff"? Bobby, you can't give this to Joseph.
Bobby Hill: Why not? He IS hot stuff. You should see him skateboard.
Hank: Bobby, if you give a Valentine to a sixth grade boy, girls are gonna think you're... sensitive. Something like that could follow you the rest of your life. Now here's a candy for Joseph. It says, "Hey, You're O.K."
[Throws card in the trash]
Hank: We'll just put this card over here right now.
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The Second Greatest Romantic Story Ever Told
16 August 2009 | by (Mexico City) – See all my reviews

Saint Valentine's Day episode, pretty much my least favourite from the second Season so far but still pretty good. Here we have the flashback that will take us 20 years back, that will take us to a Valentine's Day in which the second greatest romantic story ever told actually happened. And that great romantic story is the one of Hank and Peggy Hill, and it's really great to see the high school days of Hank and Peggy…their story: in that Valentine's Day Hank and Peggy were already a couple and since the friends of Hank were all going to enjoy a dinner made by their respective girlfriends Hank asked Peggy for a perfect romantic dinner so, poor Peggy actually, she wasn't able to cook a thing! She was crying, aware that Hank will not marry her once he finds out about her cooking problems but then the good news for Peggy came from Hank since he said to her on the phone that since he hurt his back he was not going to be able to go for the dinner, everything went perfect that day, no real dinner but just a very happy couple, but 20 years later…

There's also a constant joke with Luanne and a subplot with Bobby that begins in a really hilarious way with him making a Valentine's Day card for Joseph, it's fun with Bobby!


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