Peggy survives the fall with several broken bones and paralysis, while Cotton names his newborn son G.H., which stands for "Good Hank."

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Hank Hill / Boomhauer (voice)
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Peggy Hill (voice)
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Bobby Hill (voice) (as Pamela Segall Adlon)
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Luanne Platter (voice)
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Dale Gribble (voice)
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Bill Dauterive (voice)
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Cotton Hill (voice)
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Peggy survives the fall with several broken bones and paralysis, while Cotton names his newborn son G.H., which stands for "Good Hank."

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Animation error: The blocks on the mobile rotating over GH's crib transform and change color as they rotate. See more »

Quotes

Cotton Hill: I'm going to call this son Hank. I always wanted a son named Hank.
Hank: Dad, my name's Hank.
Cotton Hill: Oh, yeah. In that case, I'm going to call this one Good Hank.
Hank: Dad, you shouldn't call him Good Hank. It makes me sound like Bad Hank.
Cotton Hill: Well ya burned my burger, didn't ya, B.H.
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wow
7 April 2015 | by See all my reviews

This was one of the finest moments of TV I have yet experienced.

Few things came close on the feels moments this gave me.

It's a mighty blend of bleak comedy and family tragedy. The whole plot of Peggy and the baby was so full of life and clever metaphors, that I can safely say that this was the moment the series got me hooked. None of the characters felt out of place and it was one of the few times were Booby could shine, but what I felt was most important is that Peggy gets down to earth in this one, she often seems snobby and smart Alec, but here you feel as to she was a real person.

Thank you King of the Hill for being one of the greats with this coming even to the Simpsons and South Park.


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