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King of the Hill season 2

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23 episodes (539 views)

Air weekdate:Sunday Cast:Mike Judge, Kathy Najimy, Pamela Segall, Johnny Hardwick, Brittany Murphy, David Herman, Breckin Meyer, Jonathan Joss, Stephen Root, Lauren Tom, Ashley Gardner, Toby Huss Genre:Animation, Comedy Channel:FOX (US) Status:Ended

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King of the Hill season 2 episodes list:

Episode #1: How to Fire a Rifle Without Really Trying (air date: 1997-09-21)

Bobby discovers a talent for target shooting, Hank thinks this could be his chance to bond with his son. The only problem is that Hank can't shoot. Ashamed to admit that he can't use a gun properly, Hank refuses to enter the father-son fun-shoot with Bobby.

Episode #2: Texas City Twister (air date: 1997-09-26)

When Hank discovers that the trailer Luanne grew up in is still available, he wants Luanne to move out of the house and back into the trailer. Hank and Peggy have a fight where Peggy accuses Hank of being cold and repressed, and Hank sort of tells Peggy to go to hell. After Peggy goes with Luanne to help her move, Hank learns that a tornado is heading for the trailer park. It's up to him to save his wife and niece, and to prove that he's not so repressed after all.

Episode #3: The Arrowhead (air date: 1997-10-19)

After Hank finds a couple of Native American artifacts in his yard, a snobbish archaeology professor from Arlen University gets Peggy's permission to dig there. Peggy is fascinated by the professor's sophistication and knowledge, and Hank becomes jealous.

Episode #4: Hilloween (air date: 1997-10-26)

Junie Harper, a conservative church member, declares that Halloween is a Satanic holiday, and gets the school to shut down Hank's "Haunted House" on the grounds that it violates the separation of church and state. Luanne and even Bobby start to believe Junie when she says that Hank is a Satanist, and Hank has to fight against Junie's attempt to cancel Halloween for the whole town.

Episode #5: Jumpin' Crack Bass (It's a Gas, Gas, Gas) (air date: 1997-11-02)

Hank can't catch any fish with hand-dug American Earthworms, so he decides to try some artificial bait. Unfortunately, he mistakenly buys crack cocaine, thinking that it's fishing bait -- and the fish become addicted to his new bait. Hank gets in trouble with the law when he goes back to the dealer to buy some stronger bait.

Episode #6: Husky Bobby (air date: 1997-11-09)

Bobby becomes a successful model for overweight boys' clothes. Peggy is happy that Bobby is feeling good about himself. But Hank is worried that Bobby will get picked on.

Episode #7: The Man Who Shot Cane Skretteburg (air date: 1997-11-16)

When Hank and his friends get trounced by four teenagers in a game of paintball, they fear that they're growing old. They decide that to beat the teenagers in a rematch, they'll have to learn to understand the mind of a teenager, while defending their OWN egos in the process.

Episode #8: The Son That Got Away (air date: 1997-11-23)

Hank and Kahn fear the worst when Bobby, Connie, and Joseph explore a cave where teenagers go to make out. The whole clan reveals their experiences with The Boneyard, as the search for the trio ensues. The most unlikely of heroes comes through, to 'rescue' the kids and save the day.

Episode #9: The Company Man (air date: 1997-12-07)

Hank tries to get the propane account with Mr. Holloway, a visiting businessman from Boston. Holloway has stereotypical ideas about Texas and is disappointed that Hank doesn't live up to the stereotype. So Hank must swallow his pride and act like a "cowboy" to get the account. All the while, competing with his biggest rival, Thatherton...who has no problem playing the part to win the account.

Episode #10: Bobby Slam (air date: 1997-12-14)

Bobby joins the wrestling team at Tom Landry Middle School. When Connie decides that she, too, wants to wrestle, Peggy uses Title IX of the Civil Rights Act to force the coach to give her a tryout. But the coach gets his revenge by pitting Connie against Bobby in a wrestling match. Bobby and Connie devise a little plan of their own to outsmart the coach's decisions.

Episode #11: The Unbearable Blindness of Laying (air date: 1997-12-21)

Hank's mother comes to visit for Christmas with her new boyfriend, Garry. When Hank walks in on his mother and Garry having sex, he goes blind. Garry figures out the problem, and tries to help regain his sight, and they end up at a Faith Healing Church for answers.

Episode #12: Meet the Manger Babies (air date: 1998-01-11)

After seeing that Luanne is depressed, Hank volunteers to buy her some hand puppets at a rummage sale. Luanne starts doing a Christian puppet show, The Manger Babies. Hank agrees to play God in the televised version of the puppet show. When it turns out that the show will be on at the same time as the Super Bowl, Hank has to choose between helping Luanne or watching the game.

Episode #13: Snow Job (air date: 1998-02-01)

When Hank's boss, Buck Strickland, has another heart attack, Hank expects to be put in charge of the company while Buck is recuperating. Instead Buck picks Lloyd Vickers, a business-school graduate, and puts Hank in charge of feeding his dogs. At Buck's house, Hank discovers that Buck's stove is electric, not propane. Realizing that Buck is just in propane for the money, Hank considers leaving the propane business and opening up a general store instead.

Episode #14: I Remember Mono (air date: 1998-02-08)

On Valentine's Day, Peggy finds out that Hank lied to her when they were dating: he told her he was at home one week with a football injury, when he actually got mono from kissing another girl. She sets out to uncover the whole truth, and finds herself face to face with the past.

Episode #15: Three Days of the Kahndo (air date: 1998-02-15)

Hank and his family go with Kahn and his family to spend a weekend in a duplex condo in Mexico. When Kahn discovers that only the bottom half of the condo has been rented, he breaks into the top half and lets Hank stay there. Dale shows up to stay with the Hills, and when Hank, Kahn and Dale are arrested for breaking into the upstairs condo, they have to sneak back across the border.

Episode #16: Traffic Jam (air date: 1998-02-22)

After Hank has a car accident, he has to go to traffic school. The teacher of the traffic school is a comedian, Booda Sack, who gets laughs by insulting the audience. Inspired by Booda Sack, Bobby tries developing a stand-up act of his own. Booda Sack tells Bobby that to be funny, he needs to get in touch with his roots as a white man. Looking for something about "white roots" on the internet, Bobby comes across all the material he needs on a site called the White Nationalist Brotherhood.

Episode #17: Hank's Dirty Laundry (air date: 1998-03-01)

When Hank tries to buy a new dryer, he is told that his credit is no good because he owes money to Arlen Video. The video store's computer says he rented and never returned a pornographic movie, Cuffs and Collars. Hank refuses to pay for a movie he never rented, and sets out to prove that the computer was wrong.

Episode #18: The Final Shinsult (air date: 1998-03-15)

When Cotton learns that the U.S. government is giving the artificial leg of General Santa Ana back to Mexico, he teams up with Dale to steal the leg from the Arlen Museum.

Episode #19: Leanne's Saga (air date: 1998-04-19)

When Luanne's mother, Leanne, is released from prison, she starts living in the Hills' garage, and becomes romantically involved with Bill. Bill is busy fighting a foot fungus, with every last dime.

Episode #20: Junkie Business (air date: 1998-04-26)

After Hank realizes that his new employee at Strickland Propane is a drug addict, he can't fire him, because drug addiction counts as a disability under the Americans With Disabilities Act.

Episode #21: Life in the Fast Lane, Bobby's Saga (air date: 1998-05-03)

To teach his son the value of a dollar, Hank makes Bobby get a job selling drinks at the racetrack, and tells Bobby to do everything his boss says. What Hank doesn't know is that Bobby's boss, Jimmy Witchard, is a complete moron who makes Bobby do humiliating and even dangerous tasks. Meanwhile, Boomhauer competes for the right to drive the pace car in the NASCAR race.

Episode #22: Peggy's Turtle Song (air date: 1998-05-10)

After Bobby eats too much sugar one morning, he is mistakenly diagnosed with attention deficit disorder. Feeling guilty about not spending enough time with her son, Peggy decides to give up teaching and be a stay-at-home mother, a decision Hank fully approves of. But Peggy is so bored at home that she starts taking guitar lessons, and composes a symbolic song about a turtle trapped in her shell. Meanwhile, Bobby takes pills for his ADD, and Luanne becomes convinced that she caught ADD from Bobby.

Episode #23: Propane Boom (Part 1) (air date: 1998-05-17)

When Mega Lo Mart starts selling propane, Strickland Propane can't compete with their prices, and Hank loses his job. He winds up working in the propane department at Mega Lo Mart, under the supervision of Luanne's boyfriend Buckley. Hank and other Mega Lo Mart employees decide to protest the way the company destroys small businesses, by disrupting a concert by the company spokesman, Chuck Mangione. Meanwhile, Luanne, who wanted Buckley to give her the job that he gave to Hank, tells Buckley she's breaking up with him. And Hank, Luanne and Buckley are the only people in the Mega Lo Mart when Hank notices a leak...

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