Mike Judge brings Hank and “King of the Hill” for a “Family Guy” crossover

Holy animation domination crossovers!

In another blink-and-you-missed-it, and yet slightly longer than that, moments on Family Guy, the animation legend behind Beavis and Butt-Head and King of the HillĀ brought a little bit of the latter to FOX’s current hit series.

Mike Judge voiced King of the Hill‘s Hank in a dream sequence within a dream sequence within an opening montage that led into Family Guy borrowing the pose and theme song for King of the Hill. Got that straight? Here it is straight from the source. “I was on Family Guy last night. Voice, drawing and all.” — @MikeJudge

The opening to the April 14, 2013, episode of Family Guy actually opened with a more believable crossover as the Griffins met their temporary neighbors, played by the family from one of MacFarlane’s other animated comedies, American Dad.

But that’s not nearly as newsworthy as seeing Mike Judge provide voice and animation for MacFarlane, is it? Didn’t think so.

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