Rich Hank, Poor Hank
When Bobby mistakenly believes that his parents are rich, he steals Hank's credit card and goes on a shopping spree.
Ceci N'est Pas Une King of the Hill
Hank commissions Peggy to create some artwork to satisfy the local zoning board after they approve a Strickland Propane expansion-but Peggy is humiliated when an art dealer promotes her as an illiterate hillbilly; Dale buys a suit of armor and behaves as if he's invincible.
That's What She Said
A new Strickland Propane employee revels in making off-color jokes, driving Hank crazy.
My Hair Lady
Luanne and Bill get a chair at a local hair salon, and in order to compete with the other trendy hairdressers, Bill tells everyone he's gay.
Peggy takes over as coach of the cheerleading squad and switches the girls from elaborate dance routines to violent spectacle.
Dale Be Not Proud
When racecar driver John Force needs a kidney transplant, Dale turns out to be a perfect match; Peggy helps Bobby win over his classmates when he reads announcements over the school's intercom system.
Après Hank, le Deluge
When floodwaters threaten to destroy Arlen, Hank opens the floodgates to a dam; meanwhile, Bill becomes the leader of a group who've taken shelter in the high school gym.