Views Read Edit View history. Hank also seems to think that being a propane salesman is the best job there is and wants his son, Bobby Hill , to follow his footsteps and start a propane business of his own. He is a noted do it yourself DIY enthusiast and prides himself on homeownership. Everybody looks to Hank when they have any seemingly useless or dull work that needs to be done. He lives in the fictional town of Arlen, Texas, with his family and works as the assistant manager of a local branch of Strickland Propane. Occasionally, he will listen to Southern Rock music and in one episode, remarks that he likes "this Zamfir fellow," even believing that his music was better than The Beatles. New York Times contributor Matt Bai discussed Hank's political perspective in , writing, "[L]ike a lot of the basically conservative voters you meet in rural America In the episode "Sleight of Hank," it was revealed that Hank has a huge dislike for magicians after seeing David Copperfield make the Statue of Liberty disappear. Hank loves his job very much, but throughout the series always makes a big deal out of it when his closest friends and even family find his occupation boring and somewhat useless and even find his obsession with propane odd.
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