Hank Hill is a proud and true American. He loves his job as a propane salesman, and respects and loves his family. But one day, after his son Bobby receives a black eye from a baseball game and Hank is heard raising his voice at the Mega-lo Mart, some women come to suspect Hank abuses his son. Word of mouth gets around and soon Hank finds himself under investigation by a skinny, neurotic social worker. Written by
Did You Know?
Compared to later seasons, the animation quality is considerably more crude. In fact, the animation quality of the earlier episodes is not very different from that of Mike Judge
's previous television series, Beavis and Butt-Head
(1993). See more
[Working on Hank's pickup truck
You know what the problem is? It's a Ford. You know what Ford stands for? Fix It Again Tony.
Dale, that's a Fiat.