King Of The Hill Episode Guides
Hank finds himself spending a lot more time with his co-worker Enrique when Enrique starts having problems with his marriage. Hank has his own problems dealing with Enrique's emotional state and decides, against his better judgment, to help sort things out.
Yard, She Blows
Peggy wants to put her imprint on Hank's perfect lawn with a garden gnome, much to Hank's chagrin.
A Rover Runs Through It
Peggy tries to work through her mother's disapproval on a trip home to visit her family in Montana. Bobby takes a liking to horseback riding. Hank spends time with Henry Winkler.
Smoking & The Bandit
Dale takes up the cause of smokers when smoking is banned in all Arlen bars and restaurants by making appearances as the Smoking Bandit.
Mutual of OmAbwah
Hank and Bobby fret over what could happen to the Hill house in the days that it's not covered by insurance. Dale takes to raising bees.
Redcorn Gambles on His Future
John Redcorn tries to convince Hank to hire his band for the company fun day that Hank has been put in charge of. After this defeat, Redcorn decides to open a casino so that he'll have a permanent venue. His plan hits a snag when the police inform him that there is no Indian gaming in Texas.
The Petriot Act
Hank is suprised and a bit disappointed when the pet they agree to watch for a soldier is a cat and not a dog. The cat wreaks havoc around the Hill house which is especially tough because Bill received a very well-behaved dog. Hank and family have to sacrifice their vacation because of the expensive veterinary costs.
Arlen City Bomber
Luanne takes on a second job as a roller derby team member in an effort to cut into her debt. Peggy joins her on the team and hatches a plan to purchase the team. Lucky and Bobby take a journey to eat the freshest corn chips.
Gone With the Windstorm
Nancy enlists help to get her position with Channel 84 back after an actual meteorologist bumps her out, so Nancy, Peggy and Dale steal a news van to cover a wildfire. Bobby faces off against a bully who makes a habit of scaring him.
Care-Takin' Care of Business
Hank tries to help an elderly field keeper maintain his position even after the condition of the field forces the football team to cancel a game. Luanne falls for a trucker.
The Hill Family gets a visit from Ms. Wakefield who was the former resident of their house.
It Ain't Over Til the Fat Neighbor Sings
Bill tries to feel like he belongs by joining an all-male chorus. Peggy takes on Bobby at Pong.
Dale to the Chief
Dale switches his conspiracy-theory tune and starts marching to a pro-American beat. Hank tries to get his driver's license fixed when it lists him as a female, but faces a battle of epic red tape proportions.
Bobby on Track
Bobby joins the school track team on Hank's request. Though Bobby is initially used by the coach as a way to encourage the other runners to do better, he takes up the slack left in a open track finals slot.
Death Buys a Timeshare
Cotton and Bill head to Mexico after Cotton inherits $10,000 from his deceased friend Topsy. Cotton is soon lulled into buying a timeshare down there after a wistful chat with the development owner. Meanwhile, Peggy, Dale, and Bobby attempt to find a swimming pool they can use for a dip.
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