Talk:King of the Hill (disambiguation)
This page is messy. It needs a disamb page.
There are three articles that are mention in this page and none of them are related. If nobody objects to this within 2-3 days then I probably will put this page as a disamb page. With the current page it seems like the video game multi-player mode, King of the Hill is related to Mike Judge's King of the Hill TV show.
I agree. I've never been happy with the way information on the game and the t.v. show are presented in this article. They're separate topics, but stacking them under sequential headings implies a relationship between the two. We already have King of the Hill (film) so why not (television series) and (game) pages, too? On a side note, the king of the hill game is not just a videogame gameplay mode. The article makes no mention of the children's outdoors game, the game I remember playing as a kid. I'll add a brief note on this to the article. EagleOne 15:04, Dec 4, 2004 (UTC)
In this article "MegaLoMart" is written like in this sentence. However, on it's main page it is written "Megalomart". Which is the correct spelling? If you know, please correct either this page or the main page. Kooo 00:01, 2004 Sep 17 (UTC)
On Fox's website (fox.com/kingofthehill/) the episode guide has the store name ritten as "Mega Lo Mart." Additionaly, one of the pictures in the Famous Pictures is of a "Welcome to Arlen" road sign, and just below it, is a sign for "MEGA LO MART." So, it looks like it's written out as three words. EagleOne 01:16, Sep 19, 2004 (UTC)
it's a famous westsdie conenction song
I guess we should decide if this is a short disambiguation page or an article about an American-Canadian animated sitcom. Usually, a typical disambiguation page looks like this: . It should not contain too much text related to a particular subject. Restoring Pages (talk) 23:14, 4 December 2016 (UTC)
- @Restoring Pages: I believe this page should be left as a traditional disambiguation page. I'm unaware of any other disambiguation page that includes an infobox for one of its subjects. The change seems to have been made by an anon who might not be very familiar with how disambiguation pages work. You were correct in reverting addition. -- 05:15, 6 December 2016 (UTC)