King of the Hill: Season 6, Episode 4

The Father, the Son and J.C. (16 Dec. 2001)

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Hank and Cotton clash during the Christmas season while working for Habitat for Humanity.

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Hank and Cotton clash during the Christmas season while working for Habitat for Humanity.

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One of the better episodes exploring Hank and Cotton's relationship.
2 December 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode is great in it shows the tense but honest attempts by Hank and Cotton to try and overcome their past to become closer. Cotton is great character on this show who deserves our pity instead of our anger. The story regarding the immigrant family is a little heart warming. They are over-joyed that they have come to a country (as put by the patriarch's speech) where they matter. It tugs at you and makes you realize that in other countries people do not have th ability to bitch and complain about their government without being tortured/killed for it. Jimmy Carter's appearance (though it is not him but is still very hilarious) is quite apt for this episode. His mediation is funny especially when he is dealing with cotton. I personally see it as one of the stronger episodes of this series that help show that Mike Judge is a great artist with this fine example of a television program.


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