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Hank does Yoga

Thursday, November 29, 2012

Here the Episode shows how EVIL government social workers and doctors are to you if you have to file medical paperwork with

the government. They are sure EVERYONE is a faker. Also the uphill battle of trying to recover in a world that hates

fitness for wellness.

"Mr. Hill you can take it down a notch." - Social Worker to Hank

"Oh well played Mr. Hill... It's my medical opinion that you MIGHT not be faking... Go home, wait for your check." -

Government Doctor King of the Hill Season 8 Episode 20

"All I wanna do is go to work, and everybody's acting like I am trying to pull some kind of scam." - Mr. Hill in King of

the Hill show

Glad to see other people in the friend networks online on these fitness pages work hard to transform. They know that other people should work their hardest to overcome their limits. Light fitness yoga tapes and classes can be the one way back from the limits of a bad illness injury.

Like in the King of the Hill episode (Season 8 episode 20 "Hanks Back") where he does yoga... Very nice...

"Johnny Depp does the voice of Yogi Victor, the yoga instructor, in the King of the Hill episode "Hank's Back." This was Season 8, Episode 20, which first aired on 5/9/04. In this episode, Hank hurts his back at work and is sent to a worker's comp doctor where he's prescribed pain killers. Hank refuses to take any prescription medication, so instead, he tries to alleviate his back pain by getting a massage and going to yoga classes. He arrives at the yoga class to find that it's full of women swooning over Yogi Victor, and that Yogi Victor doesn't have much time or patience for men who are in the class."

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    Yea, Depp is the best as that character... Love it.
    1901 days ago
    yep yoga is very good for you and so is Johnny Depp
    1906 days ago
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