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The Substitute Spanish Prisoner
Season 6, Episode 10
The Substitute Spanish Prisoner
Air date March 3, 2002
Written by Etan Cohen
Directed by Kyounghee Lim & Boohwan Lim
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The Substitute Spanish Prisoner is the one hundred-fourteenth episode of King of the Hill. It was first aired on March 3, 2002. The episode was written by Etan Cohen, and directed by Kyounghee Lim and Boohwan Lim.
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Synopsis

After handing back tests to her class, Peggy is dumbfounded when Dooley asks her to explain the answer to a question. To restore her self confidence, Peggy takes an internet IQ test and discovers she's a genius. She attends a seminar with other local 'geniuses,' one of whom is Jimmy Wichard which should have told Peggy something, and ends up buying a phony Ph.D. Angered that Peggy has spent their retirement money, Hank explains to her that she is the victim of a scam. Peggy must prove that she is smart by getting the money back, and is inveigled into further dealings with the con man.

References

The episode title is a pun on the Spanish Prisoner con scheme and Peggy's job as a substitute teacher of Spanish and other subjects.

The con Peggy uses to try to get all their money back is called the Wire Game.


Season 5 Season 6 Season 7

Bobby Goes Nuts · Soldier of Misfortune · Lupe's Revenge · The Father, the Son, and J.C. · Father of the Bribe · I'm With Cupid · Torch Song Hillogy · Joust Like a Woman · The Bluegrass is Always Greener · The Substitute Spanish Prisoner · Unfortunate Son · Are You There, God? It's Me, Margaret Hill · Tankin' it to the Streets · Of Mice and Little Green Men · A Man Without a Country Club · Beer and Loathing · Fun with Jane and Jane · My Own Private Rodeo · Sug Night · Dang Ol' Love · Returning Japanese · Returning Japanese II

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