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King of the Hill (1997)
I will admit to never really watching this show on Sundays, (when it airs on FOX), but grew to love it through the beauty of syndication. I can't say enough about the character development and subtle humor. Mad props to Mike Judge for not being afraid to expose racial and social taboos, and doing it in a way that makes me laugh out loud. There are a lot of people out there who are quick to dismiss this show as being "redneck" (which is really just calling it racist), or "stupid". To those people I say look around you, observe the social situations that you are confronted with on a dialy basis, open your small minds, and try to see the humor in it all. If you are able to do this, then maybe, MAYBE, you will be able to appreciate this show for what it really is, a satirical yet realistic look at American family life, and the circumstances and people surrounding it.
My personal favorite episode is from the season 2 box set, the one where Dale and Cotton conspire, and succeed in stealing Santa Anna's leg from the Arlem History Museum before it can be returned to Mexico. Watch it, and enjoy.
Okie Noodling (2001)
YOU'RE ALWAYS NOODLIN' I GUESS??
I bought this DVD on a hunch...I am a fairly avid fisherman, but had never heard of people wrestling catfish out of holes and wrestling them w/ their bare hands!! It is totally bada$$ to watch. I would HIGHLY(wink, wink)recommend this documentary to all who enjoy the unusual, and strange things that make 'Merica the beautiful country she is. It's nice to see a documentary about the blue collar and truthful side of this country, not to mention how utterly insane it is to watch generations of Oklahoma men(and on woman too!)pull 70 pound catfish out of the water barehanded. PLEASE CHECK THIS OUT.