This then leads Bill to get into better shape while playing the sport and this cured his diabetes. On another episode, it is revealed that the General of the base at won't allow anyone besides Bill cut his hair. Despite all of this, Bill is loyal and brave in the face of adversity, rescuing the Hills from their house after smelling a gas leak and resuscitating both Peggy and Hank on their front lawn afterwards. Bill expresses almost all of the symptoms, almost all of the time. Despite that Bill is not muscular anymore, he still has immense physical strength, in the Livin' on Reds, Vitamin C and Propane episode, Bill prevented a large stack of furniture, a desk, a globe, a grandfather clock, a dresser, rugs, chairs, cardboard boxes, paintings, and a lamp from sliding off the truck and pushed them all the way back while Hank drove the truck backwards on a mountain. His bathroom is described as disgusting, when asked if they would rather endure a dangerous and painful stunt (ex. Another pitch of hers accidentally struck right at his crotch, putting him in excruciating pain and humiliation. Bill needs to be taught about the disorder and recognize that he is not in a normal state of mind and begin to come out of it. There has been no evidence of a hypomanic episode. Links. Although Bill's friends are often disgusted or frustrated at his stupidity and the number of times he has wrecked their plans, they were devastated when it appeared that he had sacrificed himself to save them when they were stuck on a military target zone, with Hank saying that he was a good friend – sweet, loyal, and brave. Bill was diagnosed with diabetes and was told he would lose his ability to walk, but then later this was contradicted by the inept diagnosing doctor, who says that he only said Bill was likely to lose his ability to walk from diabetes. Bill does not have symptoms of a Psychotic Disorder. Bill's personal hygiene and other habits are shown to be very poor. He has remained in the Army and is now a Sergeant barber. Bill, initially embarrassed to exercise among his peers eventually succeeds, but his progress i… Job: (Knitter, Hand). He knows to refuse it and to my knowledge has done ecstasy once after pressure from peers. He is consistently late and is on his last warning before he job position is replaced. Bill Dauterive *Depressed, Pathetic, Needy, Suicidal (during Holidays). On another episode, it is revealed that the General of the base at won't allow anyone besides Bill cut his hair. From Colliersville, New York. Many findings from Major Depressive Disorder have been applied to Dysthymic Disorder, since it is often referred to as a milder form of Major Depressive Disorder. (v) To go poop and instead of wiping your butt, spread cheeks and wash in the shower. Debut Peggy, on account of her gigantic ego and limitless self-perception, has utterly no sympathy for Bill and is actively repulsed by him, insulting him at any opportunity without regard for his feelings. Hank's response, "You must have confused him; being dumped on is all Bill knows" leads Peggy to conclude that "Bill has had a hard life and he likes it that way" and subsequently refers to him as a "nut job". Source: King of the Hill (Television series, 1997-2010). Bill's being fat, having a hairy body, bald head, and bad breath were all characteristics of his own, not the effects of a pill or placebo. He seems to have low energy by the way he carries himself. She cheated on him and subsequently they divorced.