Facts about King of the Hill

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As one of FOX’s more successful animated shows, œKing of the Hill has aired for several seasons. Despite this show’s popularity, there are still many facts that viewers don’t know.

Mike Judge, the show’s creator, is also the man behind œBeavis and Butt-Head.

Hank sounds remarkably similar to Tom Anderson (from œBeavis and Butt-Head) because Mike Judge supplied the voices for both characters.

The idea for Boomhauer came when Mike Judge received a message about œBeavis and Butt-Head on his answering machine.

Arlen, Texas does not really exist. Heimlich County is also fictional.
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I Love Lucy Trivia

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* When Lucille Ball was 15 years old, she quit school to follow her dream of becoming an actress.

* When Lucy became pregnant in real life, the producers of the show decided to allow her to become pregnant on the air, which was previously unheard of. However, they insisted the word pregnant not be used; Lucy was expecting.

* I love Lucy and the inauguration of Dwight D. Eisenhower shared the same time slot. The fans chose I Love Lucy, hands down.

* Desi Arnaz, Lucy’s real life husband played Ricky Ricardo. He was originally rejected as her TV partner, but was given the acting job when Lucy threatened to go to another network.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Trivia – The Actors

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1) Mark Metcalf, who played the Master, was born in Findlay, Ohio, in 1946. He has had numerous roles in TV and film, most notably in National Lampoon’s Animal House as Niedermayer and as The Maestro in Seinfeld.

2) Buffy’s sister Dawn was introduced at the very end of the fourth season and played a crucial role in the fifth. She was actually a vessel known as the key. And was the key to defeat Glory. Once Glory was defeated, Dawn stayed as Buffy’s sister. Dawn was played by Michelle Trachtenberg, who got her start in films as Harriet the Spy.

3) Robia LaMorte played teacher/gypsy, Jenny Calendar. She was also a love interest for Buffy’s mentor, Giles. Robia played the character of “Pearl” in Prince’s Diamonds & Pearls video. She left home at the age of 16 to become a dancer. Her first music video was Debbie Gibson’s Shake Your Love. Now, that’s horrifying!
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The Dukes of Hazzard – What Do You Remember?

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Just the good ole’ boys, never meanin’ no harm.  Beats all ya ever saw, been in trouble with the law since they day they were born.  Did you know that Waylon Jennings not only wrote this theme song for the Dukes of Hazzard, but he actually narrated the show throughout it’s entire duration?

The Dukes of Hazzard first aired in 1979, and ended it’s reign in 1986, bringing laughter and entertainment to adults and children alike.  But how many facts from the show do we really remember from the beloved show?

Do you remember the Dukes’ CB handles?  They always kept in touch by the CB.  Bo and Luke Duke referred to themselves as “Lost Sheep One” and “Lost Sheep Two”.  Daisy Duke had two CB handles.  Sometimes she went by “Bo Peep” and sometimes it was “County Cousin.”  And of course Uncle Jesse’s CB handle was “Sheppard”, and that fit him well.  He was always bailing those Duke boys out of trouble.  “Sheppard to lost sheep, Sheppard to Lost Sheep … come in Lost Sheep.”
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