Meet Dale Gribble -- if you dare: conspiracy theorist extraordinaire and neighbour of Hank Hill. Dale has a few thoughts he would like to share with you on the subject of the forthcoming Millennium. But be warned: this book will offend anyone who can't handle common sense. The Hills are the most believable TV family since the Connors in Roseanne and Homer and his clan in The Simpsons. King of the Hill has become Channel 4's cult animated sitcom, a key part of its Friday comedy night. The proudly politically incorrect Hank Hill and his long-suffering but remorselessly cheerful wife, Peggy, live in Arlen, Texas. Dale Gribble is a close friend: he and Hank will often be seen comparing power tools around the bar-b-que. Hank stands on the right; Dale on the far right. In Dale's I'm O.K., You're Y2K, dare to share Dale's apocalyptic vision a little more intimately as he looks the Millennium straight between the eyes.
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Greg Daniels, an ex-Simpsons writer, and Mike Judge -- the voice and inspiration behind Beavis and Butt-head -- have teamed up to create Channels 4's successful animated sitcom, King of the Hill.Review:
Praise for the first King of the Hill book, The Boy Ain't Right: 'one of the most hilarious things I have read for ages... a series of perfectly observed moments from the show... a book intended for ritual revisitation' The Times
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Book Description HarperCollins Entertainment, 1999. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110006531709