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Characters

Hills

Hank Hill

  • Hank has more half-brothers instead just one - Including Hal, the guy who was identical to Hank and made Dale and Bill jealous. Either that or Hal is Tom Anderson's son, who is also Cotton's half-brother. There's also that one guy at the Renaissance Fair who sounds exactly like Hank, and looks just like him, only with black hair.
  • He's probably really high on spectrum, but think about his strange behavior that are clear symptoms to Asperger's.
    • His obsession with Propane and other interests
    • A bit uncomfortable with sexuality, and at times can be distant from his family.
    • Prefer to not be very emotional, Hank can be very stoic.
    • Seconded. In the episode where Hank gets addicted to video gaming while Bobby trains for the president's fitness award, the game based off of him is called "Pro Pain". Hank assumes that this is simply a misspelling, when it is really a play on words. Asperger's can lead to things like this.
  • Excerpt:
    • His "obsession" isn't really that, just the dogged support of a man trying to stick by what he thinks is right, and have loyalty to the product he has spent his life selling.
    • Is a portrayal of a middle aged man who was raised to believe men don't talk about their feelings.
    • Tying in with the above, Hank's been raised with a certain degree of stoicism and reticence regarding certain topics that are "polite" to talk about.
    • Hank's not very bright and has fairly unimaginative views due to his upbringing.
  • As it says on the main page, Hank is a somewhat unimaginative, slightly dim, massive stick in the mud, with very old fashioned values and world views that he tends to cling to in response to a changing world. If you looked up "average" in the dictionary, there is a real possibility you'd find a picture of Hank Hill.
  • Hank probably or presumedly suffers Obsessive Compulsive Personality Disorder (distinct from OCD). People with OCPD are often seen as workaholics and perfectionists, putting a lot of emphasis on self-control in all situations. They can be so involved in their work that they ignore family and friends, and are often so insistent on doing things properly that they lose sight of the point of whatever activity they're undertaking. OCPD usually carries a great distaste for any form of emotional expression from both the sufferer and those around him (emotions always carry a lack of control), and those diagnosed are often very judgmental and intolerant of others who do display excessive feeling or do things "improperly." As mentioned somewhere else on this site- Hank spends more time with his lawn, propane, his grill, his truck, and his dog than his family and shows them way more emotion, since they can't emote back.

Peggy Hill

  • Peggy's Character Development into having Narcissistic personality has an in-universe justification: it was the result of brain damage she sustained in the sky diving accident. In seasons 1-3, she was a friendly woman with only occasional ego problems. At the end of season 3, she has the accident. From season 4 onward, she's dramatically less sympathetic and her ego and clueless-ness are suddenly getting her most dominant traits. Coincidence? I think not, I second this into head-cannon. Well, her Spanish skills weren't very good in the first place, though that doesn't negate this theory. They do get worse after the accident.

Bobby Hill

  • Bobby himself looks a little more like Bill than Hank, and Hank has a medical condition that affects his fertility. Throw in Bill's constant obsession with Peggy and the answer is obvious. Hank is actually sterile, and Bill had an affair with Peggy that resulted in Bobby. The parallel with Dale, Joseph, and John Redcorn is the creator's joke on the audience - they're meant to laugh at Dale's cluelessness but miss a similar situation themselves.
    • I doubt this, Cotton looked almost exactly like Bobby.
      • I concur.
      • Thirded. Children tend to look more like their grandparents than their parents.
        • And in his war story flashbacks, Cotton looks like a taller, older, thinner Bobby.
      • Also, GH looks just like Bobby in facial appearance

Gribbles

Dale Gribble

Nancy Gribble

Joseph Gribble

Dauterives

Bill Dauterive

  • Bobby looks a little more like Bill than Hank, and Hank has a medical condition that affects his fertility. Throw in Bill's constant obsession with Peggy and the answer is obvious. Hank is actually sterile,and Bill had an affair with Peggy that resulted in Bobby. The parallel with Dale, Joseph, and John Redcorn is the creator's joke on the audience - they're meant to laugh at Dale's cluelessness but miss a similar situation themselves.
    • I doubt this, Cotton looked almost exactly like Bobby.
      • I concur.
      • Thirded. Children tend to look more like their grandparents than their parents.
        • And in his war story flashbacks, Cotton looks like a taller, older, thinner Bobby.
      • Also, GH looks just like Bobby.
    • Here's a picture of Hank as a kid who so happens to be look like his son. (Put however hank never mentioned that was fat in his flashback). I think this speaks for itself.
    • Also, you really have to stretch things to believe Peggy would cheat on her husband. And with Bill, at that.
      • Hank is frosty and chaste. It would also explain why Bill is always so clingy and obsessive with her at times, and why Peggy hates him, even when she has no real reason. Seeing him reminds her of their affair and possible child.
      • Let's not forget that Bill used to be quite attractive.
        • But also remember that he lost his looks several years before Bobby was born.
        • Not only that, but Peggy tends to be naive and cocky. If Bill wanted to sink to such a low, he could have told her that he was in the military and conveniently left out the part about him just being a barber. After all, some women like a man in uniform and if he used to be a looker, then just imagine how he would've looked in his military uniform. Peggy could have enjoyed bragging to Minh (if she lived in the US at the time) and Nancy about being with Bill because of the "military" thing, and it's not like Nancy could've said anything because she's cheating on Dale. As for Minh, she and Kahn think they're surrounded by rednecks, so for all we know Minh could've just kept her mouth shut just so she could enjoy the show, especially once Peggy conceived.
        • Except Peggy knew Bill in high school before he joined, and knew him when he became a fat slob, which happened several years before Bobby's conception. It's still a massive stretch to think Peggy would sink that low to cheat on Hank and sleep with Bill, of all people.
    • Put however it's Jossed in "Pregnant Paws". Bill is shown to be the same fat slob when Bobby was conceived, and is shown in the flashback to be looking in on Hank and Peggy until they closed the blinds while trying to conceive. There's no canonical point in time for Peggy to have had an affair with Bill, nor has she ever not been disgusted by Bill and rejected his advances.
    • If Bill even had an inkling of Bobby possibly being his son, he would have most certainly brought it up, as Bill could never keep a secret, sober or straight.

Boomhauer

  • Boomhauer is related to Beavis in some way. For example, both Beavis and Boomhauer speak fast, but Beavis speaks less. Also, both Beavis and Boomhauer start with a B. Both of them are also blondes. Finally, both Beavis and Boomhauer like females.

Redcorns

John Redcorn

  • John Redcorn is Older Than He Looks -  The epileptic tree is that: He is Dale's grandfather. Making Joseph his uncle. Nah, he says in one episode, "I'm 34 years old, I don't need this crap!" while arguing with Nancy. Another episode he complains to Hank about being 40. Maybe he's trying to hide is age? Depends on when he says that. It's possible he said he was 40, six years after he said he was 34.
    • The characters do not age (except John Redcorn and Nancy?). There were different lead writers who sucked at keeping the show consistent so maybe it's just that.

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