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King of the Hill follows the life of Hank Hill, his wife Peggy, their 13-year-old son Bobby, their 18-year-old niece Luanne, her husband Lucky, their newborn baby girl Gracie and his beer guzzling neighborhood buddies, Dale, Bill and Boomhauer.
Bobby becomes interested in watching football on tv so hank takes him to a Longhorns game where Bobby ventures into a retired Nebraska quarterback's VIP suite.
Bobby starts holding protests at school to impress a girl he likes, beginning with the school soda machine.
Bobby and Joseph are bullied when Hank takes them to a local water park and gets them summer passes. Boomhauer tries to save the day. Bill becomes the Heat Waver by accident.
Cotton volunteers to baby-sit Bobby so Hank and Peggy can go to an upscale restaurant.
After buying unsavory steaks, Hank visits the town co-op in search of better meat to cook.
The planning committee cancels the schools carnival, enraging the student body; Lucky catches a flying disk made of barbed wire.
Dale makes himself a land canoe and then runs into Kahn and Minh's rose bushes;. They then decide to ditch their hillbilly neighbors. Minh then practices shooting with Dale's gun club so her family can join the Nine Rivers Country Club.
Peggy and Nancy are discussing Dale and Peggy ropes Hank into accompanying Dale on a vacation to learn different trades; Peggy, Bill and Khan try to create a internet video while Hank and Dale are gone.
Hank comes home from Bobby's ball game and discovers that the house has been destroyed. He then finds out the reason for it and seeks the help of a spiritualist to help with the problem.
Hank takes action when the city's council puts a ban on the sale of food that contains trans fats, which forces Sugarfoot's Restaurant out of business. Buck and the other employee's of Strickland's starts a food truck then gets in a war with another service.
Bill becomes involved with a single mother, Charlene, who has returned to Arlen after a few years. Dale decides there is something strange about Charlene's daughter.
When Hank learns he has overpaid for every car he has ever bought since he started driving, his bid for justice ends with exploding cars and an arrest.
Hank reluctantly agrees to speak at Inez's quinceanera; Enrique blames Peggy for the gentrification of his neighborhood when she sells property to hipsters.
Relationship expert Stephens Davies makes an example of Peggy by questioning her parenting skills. Dale decides everyone needs a soundtrack when they do things.
Khan's father-in-law visits the family and makes him feel like a failure.
Peggy hires a "Hollywood" family to replace the strange occupants of a house she needs to sell within 2 weeks.
Dales son becomes the star quarterback for Landry High School.
After years of birthdays gone wrong, Peggy plans a murder mystery encounter dinner on a train hoping to break her streak of bad luck.
A man vows revenge when Hank accidentally takes his wallet, Bobby is falsely accused of a crime at school. Dale comes up with a plan to get money by working at a "Hooters" type restaurant.
When Bobby want's to help his dad build a boat, Hank ditches his old team of Bill, Dale and Boomhauer for the Regatta boat-building competition.
Peggy's brother Hoyt, a two strike felon, comes to town and commits another crime; Luanne's husband Lucky feels sorry for Hoyt and takes the blame.
Lauren Tom(Kahn 'Connie' Souphanousinphone, Jr.)
Stephen Root(Buck Strickland)
Pamela Adlon(Clark Peters)
Toby Huss(Joe Jack)
Kathy Najimy(Peggy Hill)
Brittany Murphy(Joseph Gribble)
Johnny Hardwick(Dale Gribble)
Breckin Meyer(Joseph Gribble)
Jonathan Joss(John Redcorn)
Ashley Gardner(Didi Hill)
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