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"To Sirloin With Love" is the 19th episode of Season 13, and also the Season 13 finale and the series finale, overall being the 255th episode of the series.
Whenever Peggy tells Hank she will be going to Minh's for ladies game night, Hank is left alone with Bobby. Hank decides to take Bobby out to dinner at a steak house. While Hank and Bobby and are sitting at their table, the waiter comes up and hands them their food. Bobby begins to critique his steak in front of the waiter explaining that the steak is not "prime". After the waiter leaves, Hank becomes surprised of Bobby's knowledge. A man at a table nearby begins to explain that he is also impressed with Bobby's knowledge. He introduces himself as Roger Stiles, Professor of Meat Science at Heimlich County College and the coach for their Meat Examination Team. Bobby is offered an invitation to the team, and he accepts. Hank begins to bond with Bobby by teaching him all about meat.
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About King of the Hill

King of the Hill was an animated comedy series that aired from January 1997 to May 2010 on FOX. The series was created by Mike Judge (creator of Beavis and Butthead) and Greg Daniels. It starred Hank Hill as the main character, who was voiced by Mike Judge. It ran for 13 seasons and aired 259 episodes. The series won two Emmy awards and now airs daily on Comedy Central and is broadcast in syndication worldwide.

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John Redcorn is Nancy Gribble's longtime Native American/American Indian masseur and former lover of fourteen years. Unknown to Dale, he is the biological father of Joseph Gribble. He first appeared in the season 2 episode The Arrowhead and he appeared in 34 episodes throughout the series.

He drives a tan Jeep Wrangler, and was the lead singer of the band Big Mountain Fudge Cake. Following the breakup of the band, Redcorn began singing toned-down children's versions of his songs at the Strickland company barbecue and was instantly popular. When driving he is often heard playing Pat Benatar, including the hits "Hit Me With Your Best Shot" and "Heartbreaker." On some occasions he has alternated his music with other classic hard rock bands, such as Deep Purple or Foreigner. (more info...)

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"The Order of the Straight Arrow" is the third episode in the first season of King of the Hill. Hank, Dale, and Bill take Bobby and his scout troop, The Order of the Straight Arrow, camping. The adults have the kids hunt for a made-up animal called a Snipe and they get more then what they bargained for. Read more...

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“Bobby, if you weren’t my son, I’d hug you.”

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