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"King of the Hill" Square Peg (1997)

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King of the Hill: Season 1: Episode 2 -- Peggy is chosen to teach a sex ed class.


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Original Air Date:
19 January 1997 (Season 1, Episode 2)
Peggy is chosen to be the Sex Education teacher at Bobby's school. See more » | Add synopsis »
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 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Mike Judge ... Hank Hill / Boomhauer / Stuart Dooley (voice)

Kathy Najimy ... Peggy Hill (voice)

Pamela Adlon ... Bobby Hill / Clark Peters (voice) (as Pamela Segall Adlon)

Brittany Murphy ... Luanne Platter / Joseph Gribble (voice)
Johnny Hardwick ... Dale Gribble (voice)

Stephen Root ... Bill Dauterive (voice)

Toby Huss ... Cotton Hill / Kahn Souphanousinphone, Sr. / Joe Jack / Additional Voices (voice)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Mary Scheer ... Gracie (voice)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Gary McCarver 
Writing credits
Mike Judge  creator &
Greg Daniels  created by

Joe Stillman (written by)

Jim Dauterive (staff writer)

Johnny Hardwick (staff writer)

Greg Daniels  creator

Produced by
Lolee Aries .... animation producer
Joseph A. Boucher .... producer (as Joe Boucher)
Jonathan Collier .... supervising producer
Greg Daniels .... executive producer
Norm Hiscock .... co-producer
Cheryl Holliday .... supervising producer
Brad Isaacs .... consulting producer
Mike Judge .... executive producer
Howard Klein .... executive producer
Mark McJimsey .... associate producer
Daniel Rappaport .... co-producer
Richard Raynis .... producer
Phil Roman .... animation executive producer
Michael Rotenberg .... executive producer
David Zuckerman .... supervising producer
Original Music by
Jeffrey Baxter 
Film Editing by
Lee Harting 
Leo Papin 
Production Management
Malisa Caroselli .... production manager
Stephanie Elliott .... production manager
Christine Griswold .... post-production supervisor
Lisa Womble .... production supervisor
Art Department
Bryan Maille .... storyboard artist
Jeff 'Swampy' Marsh .... prop designer
Jeff 'Swampy' Marsh .... storyboard artist
Gary McCarver .... storyboard artist
Sound Department
Michael Miller .... adr mixer
Travis Powers .... sound designer: sound effects
Animation Department
Neil Affleck .... timing
Timothy Bailey .... background layout artist
Vonnie Batson .... timing
Dave Brain .... timing
Chris Damboise .... overseas animation director
Jill Daniels .... background keys
Paul Fetler .... color designer
Dustin Foster .... animatic editor
Chris Fria .... character layout artist
Adriana M. Galvez .... background color supervisor
Anne Harting .... animatic supervisor (as Anne Osborne)
Phil Hayes .... background design supervisor
Lynne Healy .... character layout artist (as Lynne M. Healy)
Kent Holaday .... lip sync
Neil Ishimine .... character layout artist
Allan Jacobsen .... character designer
Allan Jacobsen .... character layout artist
Misoon Kim .... animation checker
Sam Kirson .... background layout artist
Lance Kramer .... character layout artist
Boo Hwan Lim .... timing
Kyoung Hee Lim .... timing
John Magness .... background designer
Warren Marshall .... character layout artist
Melanie Middien .... animation production coordinator
Erik Petraitis .... animatic staff
Dominic Polcino .... timing
Art Roman .... character layout artist
Paul Scarlata .... character designer
Paul Scarlata .... character layout artist
Stephanie Tuck .... animatic staff
Robert Villegas .... background keys
Dug Ward .... character layout artist
Carmen Woods .... animatic editor
Glen Wuthrich .... background layout artist
Editorial Department
Celeste Pustilnick .... post-production coordinator
Music Department
Norman Ludwin .... musician (bass)
The Refreshments .... composer: theme music
Other crew
Jonathan Aibel .... executive story editor
Chuck Austen .... production coordinator
Glenn Berger .... executive story editor
Dan Bolan .... assistant to the producers (as Daniel Bolan)
Acacia Caputo .... production assistant
Erica Clare .... assistant to the producers
Alan R. Cohen .... story editor
Jenifer Cohen .... assistant to the producers
Gina Fattore .... assistant: Greg Daniels
James Fino .... assistant to the producers
Sabrina Francis .... assistant to the producers
Alan Freedland .... story editor
Robert Gaston .... writing assistant
P.T. Henderson .... production assistant
Derek Higgs .... production coordinator
Louise Jaffe .... script supervisor
Jessica Jarrell .... assistant: Mike Judge
Jordan Levine .... production assistant (as Jorden Levine)
Paul Lieberstein .... story editor
Kenny Micka .... assistant to the producers
Jill Parker .... assistant to the producers
Ryan Robertson .... main title producer
Joe Stillman .... executive story editor
Cynthia Troup .... script supervisor
Miken Wong .... production coordinator

Series Crew
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Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Greg Daniels  created by
Mike Judge  creator

Music Department
William Boston .... orchestrator
Jason Lloyd .... scoring cue mixer
Gregory Prechel .... conductor
Gregory Prechel .... orchestrator
John Rodd .... orchestral scoring recordist
John Rotondi .... scoring engineer: Y4
Christine Sirois .... score recordist
Tom Steel .... scoring stage manager
Bill Talbott .... scoring technician
Frederik Wiedmann .... additional orchestrator (episode 9.17)
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Additional Details

Aspect Ratio:
1.33 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Australia:M | UK:12 | USA:TV-PG (original rating)

Did You Know?

First appearance of Hank's workplace - Strickland Propane.See more »
Errors made by characters (possibly deliberate errors by the filmmakers): When Peggy is shouting sexual body parts in the mirror at one point she shouts, "Uvula!" The uvula is actually the thing that hangs down in the back of the throat and is obviously not used in the reproductive process.See more »
Bobby Hill:[Bobby and Joseph are playing with toy figures] You want my Chandler or my Ross?
Joseph Gribble:Can I shoot him full of BBs?
Bobby Hill:Okay.
Joseph Gribble:Then Ross.
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Movie Connections:
References "Friends" (1994)See more »


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A shining, empowering moment in the history of 90's TV, 30 July 2012
Author: thegraintruck from United States

This seminal episode (pun partially intended) encapsulates everything that makes this show great. Right out of the gate, King of the Hill struck an almost perfect balance of warmth and positivity against an attitude of total misanthropy. It is simultaneously a lament at how the human race has crippled itself, but it is fully aware that were it not for that, the show itself wouldn't exist. It presents a world that is almost without any redeeming value but gives it to us in bright, inviting colors with characters that are as lovable as they are repulsive. The embracing of these contradictions are the core of King of the Hill, and are what make it one of the greatest satirical shows of all time.

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