Hank is disturbed by this, but Bill soon develops a bad attitude himself, alienating Hank and the rest of the neighbourhood. Bill sees all his old friends at a barbecue at the Hill's house and at first feels left out, but his old pumped up persona soon returns and he adds more weight to the leg lift in his garage gym. . He gets off to a healthy start, but he goes to the mall for some vitamins and meets Bodybuilder 2 Diedrich Bader , who tells Bill that the neighbors are too soft on him and he needs somebody who will challenge him. They lure the gym rats into a flex-off by harshly comparing the rats' physical features and drag Bill out of the garage and into the hospital. Bill is still hesitant to work out, until Nancy Ashley Gardner reassures him. Soon enough, the bodybuilders are caught up posing against each other in front of their mirror, and the gang is able to sneak Bill away from them.
His wife is opinionated, his son is a disappointment, his friends are losers, and his Father is oppressive. Bill attempts to push the weight up, but severely injures himself. Too self-conscious to go to the gym, he buys misappropriated school gym equipment from Principal Moss Dennis Burkley - and an overhead projector to boot! Eventually, Hank-feeling the necessity to remind Bill of his Army physical-relents after realizing how injured Bill is, and he and the gang distract the bodybuilders by pretending to argue about which one has the best physique. He introduces Bill to Bodybuilder 1 Randy Savage and Coach Randal Reeder , and together they get Bill jacked up on supplements and lifting for the better part of the day. Furthermore, Bill will be unable to exercise for six months, so his physical has been postponed. The good news: his Army physical is delayed until he recovers.
It centers on the Hills, a working-class Methodist family in the fictional small town of Arlen, Texas. King of the Hill Summary: Hank Hill is an old fashioned, hardworking, beer drinking man who is trying to live in a modern Texas world. He and his fellow bodybuilders and show up to Bill's gym where their attitudes and massive physiques intimidate everyone else, making them leave his gym. Always consult with a qualified healthcare professional prior to beginning any diet or exercise program or taking any dietary supplement. Bill, initially embarrassed to exercise among his peers eventually succeeds, but his progress is slow until, while shopping for vitamins, he meets , a powerful and arrogant bodybuilder who is friendly, but very aggressive. He waits hours for the gym rats to rescue him, and they respond by dragging him off of the squat machine and onto the bench press. Hank enlists the the rest of the neighborhood's aid in getting Bill the help he needs: they all go to Bill's garage asking the gym rats for help getting pumped up.
Bill improvises, rolling himself across the floor with a barbell and turning off the stereo with a broom handle. He complains that all the muscle he gained will be gone by then, but he and Hank now reconciled agree it is for the best. It attempts to retain a naturalistic approach, seeking humor in the conventional and mundane aspects of everyday life while dealing with issues comically. However, under their influence, he does indeed start putting on muscle. He rolls off of the bench and tries to call Hank for help, but Hank thinks he's just bragging and hangs up.
Bill feels equally alienated, and while sneering at the neighbors at their barbecue, decides to do inverted squats without a spotter. Bill and his fellow bodybuilders decide to have their workouts outside on Bill's front lawn so that everyone can see their muscles. Info: King of the Hill also known as Hank of the Hill in some parts of Western Europe is an American animated dramedy series created by Mike Judge and Greg Daniels that ran from January 12, 1997, to May 6, 2010, on Fox network. In the next shot with him rolling to the radio, it's sunrise - meaning it somehow took him 2-3 hours to get on the weight and start rolling of course given the immense pain he was in it's not absurd to assume this could've actually happened. This song may have been chosen because one of the bodybuilders, Gorilla, was voiced by professional wrestler 'Macho Man' Randy Savage.
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