King of the Hill: Season 13, Episode 14

Born Again on the Fourth of July (19 Apr. 2009)

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While Hank and the guys take their 4th of July rivalry with Milton Street to dangerous levels, Bobby finds religion at Lucky's church.



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Episode cast overview:
Hank Hill / Boomhauer (voice)
Peggy Hill (voice)
Bobby Hill (voice)
Luanne Platter (voice)
Johnny Hardwick ...
Dale (voice)
Bill Dauterive (voice)
Lucky (voice)
Principal Moss (voice)
Jonathan Joss ...
John Redcorn (voice)
Glenn L. Lucas ...
(voice) (as Glenn Lucas)
Joseph Gribble (voice)
Heck Dorland (voice)


As the Fourth of July nears, Bobby becomes an overzealous born again Christian after attending Lucky's evangelical church, and destroys Hank's giant Uncle Sam decoration, believing it to be a graven image. Thinking the residents of a rival street are responsible, Hank and the guys declare an all-out neighborhood vs. neighborhood war. Written by Bruno Antony

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I can't believe it!
20 April 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I love the show and I have seen almost every episode, yet I can't believe how disrespectful to the flag this episode was. Hopefully in order: 1. The American flag was flown backwards in the opening scene on the side of the house 2. Luanne's baby was wrapped in a flag throughout the entire episode. 3. Boomhauer had his foot on the flag. 4. The flag was placed on the rooftop when it should be 'aloft and free.' 5. The flag was laid on another rooftop and then draped down the side when it should be displayed flat and "aloft and free.' Two violations. 6. Yes even Hank was at fault by stringing together multiple flags as garland and setting the end of the garland down on the floor - out of camera shoot. Two violations. 7. After a nearby purchase the flag is again flown backwards at a different house. 8. The flag was folded improperly. 9. The flag was flown union down. 10. Should I mention the closing 'Deedle-Dee Productions...' advertisement as on the show or is that considered after the episode?

I know it's only a cartoon, but disrespect for the flag in any way is still disrespect. Four American flag violations in one frame! Twelve-plus flag code violations in under 30 minutes! I know if Hank Hill were real he wouldn't allow such a disaster to happen to the American flag.

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