King Of The Hill Episode Guides
When Peggy goes shopping for a cassette tape at a record store, she realizes how uncool she really is and sends herself on a quest to learn what is "in." She befriends Katt Savage, the coolest and most glamorous mom at Bobby's cotillion classes. Katt takes Peggy to trendy wine bars, introduces her to cool new people and shows her the latest fashions. When Katt invites Bobby and Peggy to her daughter's coming-out party, Peggy and Bobby dress to impress and try to act sophisticated.
Bill gets diagnosed with diabetes, due to his unwillingness to change his sugary eating habits. When Bill decides to use a wheelchair, he meets a rugby player named Thunder, who teaches him to be independent. However, Thunder becomes upset when he realizes Bill isn't really disabled.
Lucky See, Monkey Do
When Peggy throws a baby shower for Luanne, Lucky invites his sister Myrna and her two children to the party. Peggy and Myrna bond when Peggy realizes Myrna is nothing like Lucky. She is a modern, clean-cut, no-nonsense mom who parents by-the-book, and leads Peggy to realize her parenting skills are old-fashioned. That is, until the two women butt heads over how Luanne will raise her baby.
The Boy Can't Help It
Bobby becomes quite the ladies' man when several girls in his class consider him as a potential date for the Homecoming dance. Bobby gets wined and dined but soon discovers he is being played for a fool.
Serves me right for giving General George S. Patton the bathroom key
Hank receives a special delivery of his recently deceased father's personal belongings. The box contains Cotton's war medals, his military uniform, paperwork and a tape recorder with Cotton explaining his last wishes. The elder Hill's last wishes are a multitude of bizarre requests, but the final task requires flushing Cotton's ashes down a toilet that General George S. Patton once used. Meanwhile, Dale and Bill become bitter enemies over an empty beer can that is left on the ground.
No Bobby Left Behind
Principal Moss and the rest of the middle school teachers must have students pass standardized tests or lose their jobs. Principal Moss has the "special needs" kids evaluated, and encourages them to throw the evaluations. Bobby is falsely identified as "special" and is put in a class where he does not have to do homework and doesn't have to take the tests, but Principal Moss' plan backfires.
Straight as an Arrow
Bobby decides to become a member of the Order of the Straight Arrow, a boys' outdoor group, so Hank decides to get involved as well. But when Hank bumps heads with the Arrow master, it stirs up trouble with Peggy, who serves as the Welcome Wagon representative for the town.
What Happens at the National Propane Gas Convention in Memphis Stays at the National Propane Gas Convention in Memphis
Hank's boss is invited to the National Propane Gas Convention as the newest inductee into the Propane Hall of Fame. Buck asks Hank to accompany him and Hank accepts, though he quickly realizes he will mostly be babysitting Buck and keeping him out of trouble. Hank's job is made even more difficult when Buck meets his son Ray Roy at the convention and stays out late with him.
To Sirloin With Love
Hank encourages Bobby to take a position on the meat examination team and Bobby soon finds himself becoming an expert in judging the quality of raw meat. Bobby's new found passion brings the Hill men closer as they bond as father and son for the first time.
Born Again on the Fourth of July
After Bobby pushes Hank's last nerve with his constant misbehavior, Lucky offers Bobby an intervention at his local church. Bobby finally sees the light and feels it is his duty to turn everyone's life around and bring peace to Arlen. Meanwhile, Hank and the guys battle it out with a rival neighborhood over who can display the grandest Fourth of July fireworks.
Manger Baby Einstein
When Luanne loses her main source of income, she turns to her aunt Peggy for career guidance. They discover that Luanne has a natural talent for entertaining children with puppets she bought for baby Gracie. After several successful performances at local fairs, Luanne is discovered by up-and-coming agent/manager John Redcorn. He decides to invest time and money into Luanne's career, but Luanne soon realizes how fickle the children's entertainment industry can be.
Bwah My Nose
Hank and his buddies sulk as the anniversary of their big high school football championship loss approaches. With the winning team mocking them, Hank and the gang ask for a rematch. During a practice session, Hank breaks his nose. He goes to a plastic surgeon to get it fixed, and is extremely pleased with his new nose so much so that he is afraid to play football and run the risk of damaging it. When Hank realizes his teammates need him for the most important comeback game of their lives, he rethinks his decision.
Hank and the guys fix up recently deceased Dotty Dwyer's house. However, after the job Dotty's nephew sells the house to Ted Wassonasong. When Ted gets the home, he has workers tear it down to make way for a "McMansion." The Hill family and the rest of the neighborhood visit the City Council to protest the construction. When the Council denies their request, Hank and the gang use the help of a severe storm to destroy the property.
Master of Puppets
When Peggy and Hank's date night runs late, they forget to pick up Bobby at the mall. An angry Bobby uses his parents' guilt over the incident to pit them against one another in a fight for his affection. When Peggy and Hank stop giving him everything he wants and offer him more time with them instead, Bobby 'fesses up to what his devious strategy has been.
Earthly Girls are Easy
A local paper plans to run a story about Strickland Propane illegally dumping old propane tanks into the river. Hank suggests the company go green, and when the ladies of Arlen hear of the eco-efforts made by the company, Dale decides to help out Strickland with their carbon off-sets to garner the attention of the girls. To impress the ladies, Dale organizes an earth benefit concert that goes wrong.
When Boomhauer swaps homes with a Canadian family for the summer, Hank and the guys go out of their way to make the new family feel welcome and at home in Arlen. Gordon and his family become friendly with the neighbors, but are less-than-agreeable when it comes to the boys' American ways.
A Bill Full Of Dollars
Peggy wants to earn some money for a new TV, so she plays the stock market with Minh and Dale. The three decide to study an "average man" after they lose money on an investment. The group decides to use Bill as their guinea pig.
Lost in Myspace
Strickland Propane creates a MySpace page despite Hank's bad feelings. Mr. Strickland makes Donna responsible for the operation, but when she goes overboard and posts personal information, it creates tension amongst the employees.
Nancy Does Dallas
Hank becomes Dale's "babysitter" when Dale's wife, Nancy, leaves Arlen for the bright lights of Dallas to become a big city TV news reporter. With Nancy away from home, Dale finds himself an independent man and free to do whatever he wants. But when his behavior gets out of hand, Peggy and Hank beg Nancy to come home.
Bad News Bill
When Hank tries to be realistic about Bobby's below-average baseball abilities, he is vilified by Bobby's over-enthusiastic Little League coach. He quickly realizes the coach is trying to build Bobby's self-confidence and help him become a better baseball player. Hank turns to a team volunteer for some guidance on how to get back into good graces with the coach.
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