GOLDEN GLOBE WINNER JASON BATEMAN GETS ANIMALISTIC WHEN HE MAKES A SPECIAL GUEST VOICE APPEARANCE ON "KING OF THE HILL"
Actor Jason Bateman, who recently won a Golden Globe for his role as Michael Bluth on FOX's Emmy-winning comedy ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT, makes a special guest voice appearance as an overpriced vet in "The Petriot Act" episode of KING OF THE HILL Sunday, Feb. 13 (7:00-7:30 PM ET/PT) on FOX.
When Hank agrees to take in a cat named Duke, he gets a lesson in pet care. Duke turns out to be a nightmare pet, which Hank takes to visit Dr. Leslie (Bateman), a vet with all the latest expensive equipment and tests. Dr. Leslie's prescription for cat care winds up costing Hank an arm and a leg � and almost his family vacation.
"It felt good to back to my roots in radio where I got my start at RCA back in the early '50s," said Bateman of his experience on the show. "The process has come a long way and the people at KING OF THE HILL really have it down. The collaboration was fun and fast and I look forward to working with them again in the future. The character was a militant veterinarian. It's been helpful to me in my personal life as I have a new puppy and now I know what to look out for."