King of the Hill is an American animated series created by Mike Judge and Greg Daniels, that ran from January 12, 1997 to September 13, 2009 on FOX. It centers on the Hills, a small-town Methodist family in Arlen, Texas. It attempts to retain a realistic approach, seeking humor in the conventional or mundane aspects of everyday life.
King of the Hill - S02E05 - Jumpin' Crack Bass(Aired: 2 Nov. 1997) While on a fishing trip, for the first time ever the guys catch more fish than Hank. In order to regain his title Hank seeks advice from a friend to whom tells him visit his friend who sells bait on the side of the road. Hank unwittingly goes to a different person to whom happens to be a cocaine pusher. As it turns out the fish are very taken to the cocaine, so continues to buy the narcotics all the while not realizing he's buying drugs and not bait. After he and Dale are caught in the middle of a "transaction", the police show up arrest the two of them. So now in ...
King of the Hill - S02E08 - The Son That Got Away(Aired: 23 Nov. 1997) Bobby and Connie get in trouble at school. They skirt their ensuing punishment and are joined by Joseph, as they head to "The Caves". Hank and Kahn quickly pursue them, knowing that the caves are Arlen's make-out point.
King of the Hill - S02E09 - The Company Man(Aired: 7 Dec. 1997) Hank goes out of his way to impress a potential out-of-town client, Mr. Holloway, to whom wants Hank to take him on an authentic tour of Texas. Unfortunately, Mr. Holloway doesn't know Texas beyond old cowboy films. Thus Hank is out of his comfort zone and make up various lies and excuses as to why he does not fit Mr. Holloway's stereotypical impression of an authentic Texan. And just when Hank is in the process of possibly finally closing the deal M.F. Thatherton swoops in and begins to impress Mr. Holloway with his ten gallon hat, boots, and his belt buckle.
King of the Hill - S02E12 - Meet the Manger Babies(Aired: 11 Jan. 1998) With puppets she bought at a garage sale, Luanne creates a Christian puppet show called The Manger Babies. At her first public performance Luanne breaks down and Hank comes to the rescue. So Luannes thanks him by giving him a role in her next show. Unfortunately her show happens to be the same day as the Super Bowl. So Hank must choose between the two.
King of the Hill - S02E13 - Snow Job(Aired: 1 Feb. 1998) Hank calls into question his loyalty to Propane and the direction of his life after he finds out Buck Strickland owns an electric range.
King of the Hill - S02E14 - I Remember Mono(Aired: 8 Feb. 1998) While working part-time at she and Hank's old high school, Peggy learns that Hank had mono (the kissing disease). But Peggy has never had mono so that could mean Hank got it from another woman. After Peggy stops speaking to him Hank jumps through hoops to impress her.
King of the Hill - S02E16 - Traffic Jam(Aired: 22 Feb. 1998) Hank, accompanied by Bobby, has to attend defensive driving classes taught by comedic instructor Boudda Sac (Chris Rock). Bobby, inspired by Sac's racially charged humor, decides to do his own "White Pride" routine.
King of the Hill - S02E19 - Leanne's Saga(Aired: 19 Apr. 1998) Luanne's mother, Leanne, is released from prison and takes up residence with the Hill family. Trouble begins to brew, however, when she starts dating Bill and falls into some old habits.
King of the Hill - S02E20 - Junkie Business(Aired: 26 Apr. 1998) Hank, in his fervor to pass up a sexy, female candidate for a position at Strickland Propane, inadvertently hires drug addict Leon Petard. Morale hits an all-time low at the job place when a "stick-boy" lawyer says that Hank must accommodate for Petard's condition.
King of the Hill - S02E21 - Life in the Fast Lane, Bobby's Saga(Aired: 3 May 1998) In order to make Bobby learn the importance of hard work, Hank gets Bobby a job at the local race track as a drink-boy, under the management of an incompetent boss. Bobby desperately tries to convince his father that his boss is an idiot, Hank is convinced Bobby simply is isn't applying himself enough and makes him continue working for the man. Descision and an oversight, on Hank's part, that may put Bobby's life in dire jeopardy.