Not my best work. Drew this in the car on the way to the beach and colored on my laptop on the way lol
I was feeling King of the Hilly since I didn't really get to watch it while I was at the beach. I was talking to my cousin about it and this is what we came up with.
*If you don't feel like reading this whole thing, Her name is Lill Hill, and she's Hanks half sister.*
COME ON READ IT, YOU'll GET A KICK OUT OF IT
Cotton had a fling with a Ruby's rollerskate waitress while taking a trip with some old army buddies to Atlanta Georgia 23 years ago.
Over two decades later, Hanks over at his dad's for a visit and guess who comes knocking at Cottons door? Lillian Francis Garns (Lill) came to tell Cotton of her mother's death wanted to invite him to the funeral. Hank then realizes that not only this another bastard child of his father's, this is his half sister, but get this, SHE'S HALF BLACK!!!! (awesome right?) Cotton isn't pleased about having a daughter, and Hank isn't pleased that his father can't keep his pants up. Judging her by here rugged appaerence, Hank assumes she's no good.
During the funeral, Hank saw that life hadn't been easy for his half sister. He had learned that Lill hadn't been living at home for 5 years and had been staying in a homeless shelter for the last few years of her mother's life.
Realizing that there is finally another woman in the hill family, Peggy (with out Hanks concent) invites Lill to live with them until she saves enough money. Hank is not pleased one bit.
Lill is truly Hank's sister. She loves carpeting, and fixing anything she can get her hands on. To show her appreciation to the Hills, she does jobs around the house such as mowing the lawn, cleaning the house, and even repairs. Hank slowly begins to see himself in her. A big bond moment was one evening in the backyward when Lill wrote a song about Ladybird and played it on Hanks guitar.
She told Hank that her mother was married before she met Cotton and had a son, meaning she had another half brother named Dre back in Atlanta. He took over as leader of a gang after his father died, and although he was cruel and manipulative, he took care of her. When Hank questioned her feelings on the matter, Lill responded "Big Brothers are supposed to protect their little sisters. No matter what they have to do. "
Days and Days passed until Lill was stopped one night on the way home from work. She was brought to an old warehouse where Dre confronted her and told her that she needed to come back home to Atlanta with him. When Lill refused, Dre told her that if she didn't come back that he'll hurt the Hill Family.
It wasn't too long until Hank started recieving threatning phone calls at home and work then one morning his truck had been trashed. Lill knew that she couldn't stay there because she didn't want anything bad to happen to Hank and his family who had been so kind to him. While she was debating on whether or not to leave, Lill over heard the guys telling Hank how he shouldn't let someone like her living in his house and that she's no good. Lill left before she heard Hank stick up for her.
In the middle of the night, Lill packed her things and left. Dale had seen her sneaking out of the house and called Hank telling him that the fugitive left. Hank quickly got up and fallowed her.
Lill went to the warehouse where Dre was and told him that was no longer living with the Hill but she was not going back to Atlanta with him. Dre told her that had nothing in Atlanta or here in Arlen. He then told her that he was the only family that she had, only to be interrupted by Hank telling him that wasn't true and that he was all the family she needed.
It wasn't long until the Police arrived and arrested Dre and his gang.
Lill went back to living with Hank and Peggy as a lovely addtion to the Hill family. She even started writing her name as (Lill Hill). It wasn't long until she became a regular face in the neighbor hood.
One night, Lill questioned why Hank came after her, he replied "Big brothers are supposed to take care of their little sisters, no matter what they have to do."