History and Personality
When he first appears, when he is a much more soft-spoken character, and it is implied that he came to work illegally in the United States to support his family back home- although later episodes clearly depict his family as living in Arlen (perhaps he sent for them once he had made enough money, though). He's also portrayed as a smoker in early seasons. In later appearances, his manner of speaking changes entirely and he becomes a loud-mouth, annoying member of the Strickland Propane family. In "Enrique-cilable Differences," Hank and Enrique had hardly ever talked to each other before, much to Hank's satisfaction, but suddenly Enrique forcibly befriends Hank after a nasty fight with his wife. Enrique ends up moving in with the Hills for a short time, but quickly patches things up with his wife. He thinks the world of Hank, even asking him to speak at his daughter's quinceanera instead of Buck Strickland. Enrique has made several appearances over the entirety of the show's run. He does seem to be a Mexican version of Hank, both with his work and that his name "Enrique", is the Spanish version of "Henry", Hank's true name.
- How to Fire a Rifle Without Really Trying (non-speaking)
- Racist Dawg