Kahn's bouts of manic depression jeopardize Hank's plans to build a tricked-out barbecue grill for an upcoming Strickland event.
After getting into an argument with Joseph about the girl he has been dating, Dale attempts to talk with his son about the birds and the bees.
To relieve his loneliness, Bill takes in roommates, including a pinup girl, a Russian who deals in fashion knockoffs -- and Principal Moss.
Hank discovers that his mother plans to marry a man he's never met. Soon after the nuptials, the newlyweds celebrate by heading to Hank's house.
Hank discovers that Bobby has a talent for distinguishing cuts of meat. He puts Bobby on a meat-inspecting team run by Heimlich's community college.
With the homecoming dance looming, Bobby unexpectedly becomes a hot commodity among the girls in his class. Hank is worried that Bobby is being used.
After Boomhauer trades houses with a Canadian family for the summer, the Arlen gang tries to make their new neighbors feel welcome.
As a new mother, Luanne misses her job of being a hairdresser. While adjusting to her new role, Luanne rediscovers her talent as a puppeteer.
Hank feels that false expectations may be a problem when Bobby's Little League coach continuously encourages Bobby about his baseball skills.
As the executor of Cotton Hill's will, Hank learns that his father's last wish was to have his ashes flushed down a toilet that Gen. Patton once used.
Hank and the guys take their Fourth of July rivalry with Milton Street to dangerous levels as they war over decorations and fireworks displays.
After Nancy takes a news anchor job and temporarily moves to Dallas, Dale finds the freedom of bachelor life too difficult to handle.
After Peggy finds out that she is not cool, she befriends one of Arlen's most glamorous moms in an effort to learn how to be hip.
Hank breaks his nose practicing for a championship flag football rematch. After trying to live with the injury, Hank reluctantly gets plastic surgery.
When Peggy and Hank get caught up in their "date night," they forget to pick up Bobby at the mall, who complains to his friends.
Hank accompanies Mr. Strickland to a propane gas convention in Memphis, where Strickland learns he has a son who is also in the propane business.
A half-hour animated comedy that follows the to-day activities of Hank Hill, his family and neighbors in a suburban Texas town.
Sharp cartoon comedy chronicling the trials of low-rent texan Hank Hill, his family, and their ragtag neighbors.
King of the hill is a half-hour animated comedy that follows the day-to-day activities of Hank Hill, his family, and their neighbors in a suburban Texas town.
A half-hour animated comedy that follows the day-to-day activities of Hank Hill, his family and their neighbors in a suburban Texas town.
King of the Hill follows the day-to-day activities of "average" guy Hank Hill, and the dynamics of a small town whose residents make it their business to know everybody else's business.