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Pour Some Sugar on Kahn is the two hundred-twenty-ninth episode of King of the Hill. It was first aired on March 30, 2008. The episode was written by Sanjay Shah, and directed by Tricia Garcia.



Kahn's father-in-law, General Gum, visits the Souphanousinphone family. The General gives Kahn a hard time and makes him feel like a failure. Hank and the gang feel sorry for Kahn, which never happens, and take him under their wing. Peggy and Bobby know that Kahn is just showing his emotional side while the General is in town and as soon as Arlen is without the General, Kahn will show his true colors. Kahn gains some self-esteem when his performance of "There's Got To Be A Morning After" at a local karaoke bar becomes a big hit with the patrons, but the General breaches karaoke etiquette by giving his own performance of the same song at a fundraiser held at Nine Rivers Country Club.


  • The title is derived from the song "Pour Some Sugar on Me" by Def Leppard.
  • This episode is the only appearance of General Gum, save for a flashback when a younger General Gum is shown in "Father of the Bribe".

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Suite Smells of Excess · Bobby Rae · The Powder Puff Boys · Four Wave Intersection · Death Picks Cotton · Raise the Steaks · Tears of an Inflatable Clown · The Minh Who Knew Too Much · Dream Weaver · Doggone Crazy · Trans-Fascism · Untitled Blake McCormick Project · The Accidental Terrorist · Lady and Gentrification · Behind Closed Doors · Pour Some Sugar on Kahn · Six Characters in Search of a House · The Courtship of Joseph's Father · Strangeness on a Train · Cops and Robert · It Came From the Garage · Life: A Loser's Manual