King of the Hill: Season 4, Episode 9

To Kill a Ladybird (12 Dec. 1999)

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Bobby befriends a wild raccoon that may or may not have infected Ladybird and Dale with rabies.

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Bobby befriends a wild raccoon that may or may not have infected Ladybird and Dale with rabies.

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Dale Gribble: My rabies have taken a turn for the worse, I fear I am going mad!
[His shelter collapses]
Dale Gribble: memo to myself need nails for shelter,
[looks inside the tape recorder]
Dale Gribble: , memo to myself need batteries for tape recorder,
[angrily tosses it into a tree breaking it]
Dale Gribble: memo to myself need new tape recorder.
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Pet raccoon my patootie...
11 December 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Anyone who has ever dealt with a real raccoon in the wild knows that this plot device is pure Disney bull, concocted by exactly the type of clueless "city folk" that Hank himself is frequently disparaging for their lack of real-world knowledge and experience. Wild raccoons, cute as they may be, are aggressive and vicious. They kill chickens in their coops and can kill a cat or small dog if they get it cornered. There's no way you'd ever be feeding one out of your hand. A more realistic story line would have been Bobby getting bitten by the raccoon and subsequently enduring a painful course of rabies shots as the consequence of his naivete and narcissism, which frankly, have been getting on my nerves lately.


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