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|Season 4, Episode 4|
|Air date||October 31, 1999|
|Written by||Kit Boss|
|Directed by||Adam Kuhlman|
Bills are Made to be Broken
Buck Strickland forces Hank to take two weeks off from work. Hank during his time off has trouble staying busy. Visiting the school, Hank learns the school's shop class has been eliminated due to budget cuts. Hank volunteers to substitute for the class while he's off work, working for free. Peggy offers Hank advice for teaching, but soon finds Peggy's advice is useless. He uses his own instincts to teach the class, and soon his class ends up becoming the talk of the school.Peggy meanwhile is still recovering from her fall from the airplane and is forced to teach classes she's not accustomed to. The Substitute Teacher of the Year vote is coming up, and Peggy fears she is going to lose to Hank. However, before the vote, Hank gets suspended from teaching when he allows his students to walk around the school with tools. Thus Peggy is left running alone for the award and wins it. During her speech, Hank walks out on the stage and receives a standing ovation from the students. Peggy, in all her naivete, believes the students are cheering her on, and proclaims "I accept this award for all those who have fallen out of a plane and lived to win their third straight substitute teacher of the year award." However, after Hank leaves the stage, the auditorium falls into silence.
- Hank Hill
- Peggy Hill
- Bobby Hill
- Luanne Platter
- Dale Gribble
- Jeff Boomhauer
- Bill Dauterive
- Buck Strickland
- Unknown Male person (cameo) - voiced by J. Evan Bonifant
- Principal Carl Moss (cameo)
- Unknown Female person (cameo) - voiced by Jane Wiedlin
- In the poll Peggy took, she mentions votes for Laura Croft, which is a misspelling of 'Lara Croft' the character from the popular video game Tomb Raider. This episode was aired the same year as the third game in the series was released.
- The title is an anagram of the cult horror film Little Shop of Horrors.
- In the bathroom scene, Hank comes across some vulgar graffiti but never finishes reading it. The graffiti reads "Here I broken-hearted, came to shit but only farted".
- In the episode where Hank becomes a shop teacher (S4, E4, Little Horrors Of Shop), Hank is alerted by Clark Peters that something has happened with Bobby. When Hank and Clark run down the hallway, Hank's pants are brown. Just before Hank stops, his pants magically turn to blue in front of your eyes.