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    Rate and Review King Of The Hill: "Bill Gathers Moss

    "To Relieve his loneliness,Bill takes in some roomates,including Principal Moss,a former pinup girl and a Russian who deals in high-end fashion knockoffs"

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    Eh, kinda what one would expect from a Bill story. All the humor comes from his ballooning number of crappy roommates, based partially on how he secretly likes being treated like crap to some extent or something.

    They had a good thing going with Principal Moss, who really has taken a downward spiral not unlike Buck Strickland. But that was about it.

    2.0/5

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    Since nobody else saw these episodes, or are waiting til they show on Adult Swim, and because I don't have a whole lot to say, here's my rankings of the Final Four:

    1. Just Another Manic Kahn-Day: 3.25/5
    2. The Honeymooners: 3.0/5
    3. Bill Gathers Moss: 2.0/5
    4. When Joseph Met Lori and Made Out With Her in the Janitor's Closet : 2.0/5

    And that is it.

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    i watched em, didn't feel like R&R'ing them, though

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    they were all shockingly mediocre.

    the kahn episode was easily the best, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryan o View Post
    they were all shockingly mediocre.

    the kahn episode was easily the best, though.
    Yeah that sums it up for me too. The Kahn one was top tier for the final season actually, really enjoyed it. The other 3 were definitely mediocre, most notably "The Honeymooners" and, in last place, "When Joseph Met Lori.." which not only had a bit of that after-school-special moral stink to it, but also retreaded old MUCH MUCH funnier ground from "Naked Ambition" when three of them were in a mental facility for no good reason. It's kind of disappointing and sad that six of the last seven episodes of the series were probably among the show's worst. In fact, while I initially had high hopes for the show when they went to HD with good episodes like "Lucky See Monkey Do" and "What Happens at the National Propane Convention..", the majority of those hi-def episodes were not so good and among the show's worst ("Born Again on the 4th of July", "Bad News Bill", "Uh-Oh Canada" and four or five of these final six episodes). The best episodes of the final season really were "Nancy Does Dallas", "Manger Baby Einstein", "Uncool Customer", "DiaBILLic Shock", "Lost in Myspace", "No Bobby Left Behind", "Lucky See Monkey Do", "What Happens at the..", and "Just Another Manic-Khan Day". The rest are pretty forgettable, for me at least.
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    Sad, but not surprising. Haven't seen them yet myself, hoping they'll be online soon.
    If the average reviewer here felt they were weak/medicore - I'll likely hate them quite a bit. The last few seasons were all pretty boring, and I would guess these are the worst of the worst, being that Fox didn't even want to air them.

    At least the show didn't get driven into the ground too far like The Simpsons - where there are now easily more bad episodes than good. Still, MANY more good KOTH's than bad.
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    I tried to watch these but my local station didn't air them. I'll just have to catch them later.

    I am looking forward to the Kahn episode. Kahn eps never fail to entertain me, really.
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