Hank and Kahn work together to build a custom gas grill but when Kahn stops taking his bi-polar medication, the resulting depression threatens to bring an end to the project.
When Joseph is caught kissing a girl in school Dale gets so stressed out he checks himself into a mental health facility only to learn checking out will be more difficult than expected.
Looking for more excitement in his life, Bill decides to get a roommate in the hopes it will lead to a series of wacky adventures like those seen in television sitcoms.
Hank is troubled when his mom marries a man she hardly knows and sets off on an adventure in a new RV.
Thankful to finally have something in common with his son, Hank is proud when Bobby’s knowledge of beef earns him a spot on a college team bound for the State Championships.
When Bobby is befriended by a trio of older girls, Hank worries his son is being emasculated; and Hank and the guys build the ultimate homeless cart for a local bum.
When Boomhauer trades houses with a Canadian family for the summer, the Hills attempt to welcome their Canadian neighbors to America, but soon discover that the welcome wagon isn’t so welcome.
When Luanne discovers a knack for entertaining babies with her manger-baby puppets, she decides to become a children’s entertainer.
When Bobby signs up for a little league, tension develops between Hank and the coach after he is accused of giving up on his son.
When Hank is given a box full of his late father’s belongings, he discovers a list of his father’s off-the-wall last wishes; including wanting Hank to flush his ashes down a toilet that General George S. Patton once used.
When Bobby’s laziness and misconduct upsets Hank, Lucky offers to take Bobby to his church.
When Nancy Gribble takes a job as a newswoman in Dallas, Dale goes crazy transforming their home, and Nancy goes just as wild climbing the mountain to the top.
When Peggy realizes she’s uncool, she befriends Katt Savage, the coolest mom at Bobby’s cotillion classes, in hopes of becoming her new best friend… and therefore becoming cool again.
When Hank and his buddies get a second chance to play the team that beat them in their big high-school football state-championship game, Hank breaks his nose during practice and must get plastic surgery to correct it.
When Peggy and Hank’s date night runs long, and they forget to pick up Bobby at the mall, Bobby uses their guilt to compete for their love; but his plan backfires when Peggy and Hank stop giving him everything he wants, and resolve to spend more time with him.
When Buck Strickland is inducted into the National Propane Hall of Flame, he asks Hank to accompany him to Memphis to keep him out of trouble; and discovers that he has an illegitimate son.
Hank complains about the Straight Arrow's camping methods.
Hank and his buddies sulk as the anniversary of their big high school football championship loss approaches.
Dale decides to write down the gang's clever comments.
Peggy and Bobby meet new people they like at Bobby's cotillion class.
Hank, Bill, Dale and Boomhauer flush Cotton's ashes down the toilet.
Luanne discovers her talent as a puppeteer.
Bobby asks for salvation at Lucky's church.
Dale performs a scene from his children's book "The Magic Bullet": the story of a little gun searching for her lost bullet.
Luanne presents her latest, updated puppet DVD, Manger Babes.
Peggy and Nancy pass a couple scantily clad young girls on the street.
LuAnn thinks the wall-mounted high-def TV is actually a window. Can't you let the Kitty Cat in?
Lucky tells Hank about his baby's rolling problem.
Peggy and Bobby complete their research for a hip party they will be attending.
Peggy, Minh and Dale observe Bill's spending habit.
Dales suspects that human sacrifice takes place at a Quinceanera party.
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