Hank goes out of his way to impress a potential out-of-town client, Mr. Holloway, to whom wants Hank to take him on an authentic tour of Texas. Unfortunately, Mr. Holloway doesn't know Texas beyond old cowboy films. Thus Hank is out of his comfort zone and make up various lies and excuses as to why he does not fit Mr. Holloway's stereotypical impression of an authentic Texan. And just when Hank is in the process of possibly finally closing the deal M.F. Thatherton swoops in and begins to impress Mr. Holloway with is ten gallon hat, boots, and his belt buckle.
Did You Know?
Hank asks Peggy to don a Kilgore Rangerette-type outfit for their dinner engagement with the Holloways. Though greatly displeased, Peggy honors her husband's request. The Rangerettes are an actual Texas junior college dance team (Kilgore College), originally formed in 1940, and wear a traditional "Texas Style" uniform. See more
Bobby claims when he changes the figure of his report to Colonel Sanders that he fought in the Spanish-American war. Colonel Sanders was born in 1890 and would have been too young to fight in this conflict. See more
[to Hank, gesturing to John Redcorn and Boomhauer
Look, J.R., an Injun and a hillbilly.
References The Last Picture Show
Written by Billy Gibbons
, Dusty Hill
, Frank Beard
Performed by ZZ Top See more