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Love Hurts and So Does Art 

While Bobby comes down with a case of gout when he becomes addicted to deli food, Hank is horrified to find an X-ray of his colon in an art museum.

Directors:

Adam Kuhlman, Wesley Archer (as Wes Archer)

Writers:

Mike Judge (created by), Greg Daniels (created by) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Mike Judge ... Hank Hill / Boomhauer (voice)
Kathy Najimy ... Peggy Hill (voice)
Pamela Adlon ... Bobby Hill (voice) (as Pamela Segall Adlon)
Brittany Murphy ... Luanne Platter / Joseph Gribble (voice)
Johnny Hardwick Johnny Hardwick ... Dale Gribble (voice)
Toby Huss ... Kahn Souphanousinphone Sr. (voice)
Julianne Buescher ... (voice)
Dennis Burkley ... Principal Moss (voice)
Jill Parker Jill Parker ... (voice)
Lisa Jane Persky ... (voice)
Lauren Tom ... Minh Souphanousinphone / Kahn 'Connie' Souphanousinphone Jr. (voice)
Wally Wingert ... Curator / Sheriff (voice)
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While Bobby comes down with a case of gout when he becomes addicted to deli food, Hank is horrified to find an X-ray of his colon in an art museum.

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TV-PG
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Trivia

On the wall at the "Show Biz Deli" there is a picture of Johnny Hardwick, the actor who voices Dale Gribble. See more »

Goofs

It is implied that the constipated colon picture of Hank was taken by Dr. Morley in "Hank's Unmentionable Problem." But this is a zoomed-out, X-ray-style picture. Morley examined Hank with an in-the-colon camera, and thus, this picture would have been impossible to take with it. See more »

Quotes

Peggy Hill: I see by the look on your face you did not know about the "Rascal".
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How Do I Live
(uncredited)
Written by Diane Warren
Performed by LeAnn Rimes
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7 January 2020 | by cwstoneSee all my reviews

This episode is KOTH at its very best. Hank's choice of words when he expresses initial disbelief about Bobby's diagnosis, a Rascal scooter, a singing toe, finding comfort in "New York" style food....there's a lot that recommends this episode. KOTH's ability to take the truly bizarre, make it hilarious, and keep the story firmly rooted in some type of reality impresses me even today. KOTH was usually successful in refusing to compromise our affection for its characters. Some of the show's contemporaries took that path or were never on it in the first place. Yeah they could make me laugh, but they couldn't make me care. KOTH had great heart to it and this episode wears it on its sleeve. The ending in particular is almost disarmingly sweet. Put it all together and it makes for damn good tv that still holds up.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

23 March 1999 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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