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Set in Texas, an animated series follows the life of propane salesman Hank Hill, who lives with his substitute-teacher wife Peggy, wannabe comedian son Bobby, and deadbeat niece Luanne. Hank has strikingly stereotypical views about God and country but is unpretentious and sees the world simply.

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aired 743 days ago
Hank and Peggy think about having another child after trying to help their dog with breeding problems.
aired 744 days ago
Peggy tries to inform Dale of Nancy's affair with John Redcorn through an anonymous newspaper column.
aired 745 days ago
Bobby becomes insanely jealous when an older girl in school, who finds him funny, dances with other boys.
aired 746 days ago
Kahn's bouts of manic depression threaten to derail Hank's plan to build a tricked-out barbecue grill for an upcoming Strickland event.
aired 747 days ago
After getting into an argument with Joseph about the girl he has been dating, Dale ends up in a mental institution.
aired 748 days ago
To relieve his loneliness, Bill takes in some roommates, including Principal Moss, a former pinup girl and a Russian who deals in high-end fashion knockoffs.
aired 748 days ago
Hank's mother announces that she has decided to marry a man Hank has never met and move into a recreational vehicle.
aired 749 days ago
Bobby joins the local college's meat-examination team after he discovers he has a talent for identifying cuts of meat.
aired 749 days ago
A trio of older girls befriends Bobby, and Hank worries that his son is being emasculated; Hank and the guys build the ultimate cart for a homeless man.
aired 750 days ago
Hank and the guys deal with less-than-agreeable visitors when Boomhauer trades homes with a Canadian family for the summer.
aired 751 days ago
Hank is vilified by a Little League coach when he tries to be realistic about Bobby's below-average baseball skills.
aired 752 days ago
Luanne creates a franchise around her Manger Baby puppets and becomes a children's performer.
aired 753 days ago
Hank receives a box of his late father's personal effects and a set of bizarre last requests; Dale and Bill become bitter enemies while fighting over an empty beer can left on the ground.
aired 754 days ago
Bobby sees the error of his ways and decides it's up to him to bring peace to Arlen; Hank and the guys try to outdo another neighborhood with the grandest July Fourth fireworks extravaganza ever.
aired 755 days ago
Dale gets out of hand when Nancy leaves the small-town news arena for the bright lights of Dallas, prompting Hank and Peggy to beg her to return home.
aired 755 days ago
Peggy becomes friends with Katt Savage (Kate Walsh), the coolest and most glamorous mother at Bobby's cotillion classes.
aired 756 days ago
During football practice, Hank breaks his nose and goes to a plastic surgeon to get it fixed.
aired 756 days ago
When Hank and Peggy forget to pick up Bobby at the mall, he uses their guilt to pit them against each other for his attention.
aired 757 days ago
Hank's boss, Buck Strickland, asks Hank to accompany him to the National Propane Gas Convention.
aired 758 days ago
When Peggy plans a baby shower for Luanne, Lucky asks his sister Myrna and her children to the party.
aired 759 days ago
When Hank and Bobby decide to get involved with a boys' outdoor club called the Order of the Straight Arrow, Hank clashes with the Arrowmaster.

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