Over the show's 8-year run, there were thousands of products licensed with the show's logo, characters, etc.  Everything from school textbook covers to candy bars were manufactured.  I would never be able to list them all, so I've chosen instead to focus on some of my favorites.

I've also included a rarity guide.   Some of these items are so rare that they're impossible to find, and some are so possible to find that you can actually buy one from me if you like.  I rate the rarity on a scale of one to five Li'l Bill heads (with five being the most rare).  I also indicate if I have a particular item for sale.



TV Guide Issues

Here are two of the four TV Guide issues to feature characters from the show on the covers (if anybody has the other two issues, can they please scan them and send them to me?  Hill is featured on one issue, and Messy Monica is on the other).  They're so colorful, I'd love to have all four hanging in a frame in my living room.  With acid-free backing, of course.

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Messy Monica Baby Doll Tee

These attractive ladies' T-shirts feature Messy Monica on the front.  For some reason, these really caught on with the club kids in New York and Los Angeles, and were all the rave at, um, raves.

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"Linda's Home Phone Tapper" Audio Casettes

Wow.  Who came up with this idea?  These items are nothing more than normal blank audio casettes featuring an image of Linda imprinted on them.  They came out in 1997 (as an accessory to the "Linda's Home Phone Tapper" tape recorder) when people were already beginning to burn their own CDs instead of making tapes, and they cost more than your average blank tape.  They simply did not sell very well and were only available in Japan.  As a result, they are extremely rare.

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Li'l Bill & Hill and Friends Large Mug

It's a big 15 ounce mug!  It has the whole gang on it!  Absolutely nothing neat happens when you pour hot liquids in it.  But it's dishwasher safe and microwave safe, and looks fantastic.

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The Li'l Bill & Hill and Friends Coloring Book

This is one of my most prized Bill & Hill posessions.  And no, it's not for sale. This is the first coloring book that was made for the series.  Several editions followed, with various adventures (and product tie-ins, if you include the fast food restaurant children's placemats) but this was the original color-the-characters coloring book.  In good condition, non-scribbled in, and intact (without excessive tearing around the staples, for instance), they are extremely rare.

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Li'l Bill Tank Top

Yes, now you, too, can dress like a HillBilly in this oh-so-stylish tank top featuring none other than Li'l Bill.   Wear it around the house.  Wear it to visit your sister.  Wear it to the neighborhood block party.  No matter where you go, you're bound to attract attention in this armpit-revealing shirt.

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Socks the Flying Cat socks

Um... I almost didn't include these on this page, because my favorite pair of Socks socks is kinda dirty and smelly right now, not to mention faded, but I decided to lay one of them down and take a picture anyway for your enjoyment.  Just be glad they haven't developed scratch-and-sniff monitors yet.

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SocksAndSuch.com mousepad

In 1999, SocksAndSuch.com licensed Socks the Flying Cat as their spokesperson for their commercials (remember their famous Superbowl spot?) and other promotions.  For a limited time, they gave away free SocksAndSuch.com mousepads with every order of 40 dollars or more.  Now you can have one without having to buy any socks!  Click the "buy one..." link below for more information.

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Li'l Bill & Hill and Friends mousepad

It's a high-quality cloth-covered mousepad, featuring a group picture of all your favorite characters from The Adventures of Li'l Bill & Hill and Friends.  Now you're web-surfin' in style!

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Li'l Bill boxer shorts

I like to think that if Li'l Bill had ever been invited to MTV for a Q&A session with America's youth, and one of those young men and women asked him whether he wore boxers or briefs, Li'l Bill would have replied, "I wear boxer shorts with a picture of my face on one leg."

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