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King of the Hill, Season 2TV-PGClosed Captioning

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Welcome back to the land of BBQ, beer and good ol’ boys! Hop in the truck with Beavis and Butt-head creator Mike Judge and former The Simpsons writer/producer Greg Daniels and head for the suburban world of Hank Hill. Then kick back for a hilarious second season that’s guaranteed to be more fun than a Texas two-step!

Customer Reviews

Awesome

King of the Hill is a great show. I can't believe how cheap the prices are for the seasons.

Awesome

Awesome show, must buy

One of my favorites.

I remember watching this show almost religiously when I was in High School. This season contains some of my favorites. In How to Fire a Rifle without Really Trying, Hank enrolls himself and Bobby in a father/son shooting tournament after the boy displays a natural talent. Unfortunately Hank discovers that a long buried childhood memory is still affecting him. In Texas City Twister, Hank finally has enough of Luanne after she washes his underwear along with some of his clothes. He and his pals go to the trailer park and right the trailer she used to live in, which was tipped overin a drunken fight between her parents. But e may have cause to rethink his decision. In The Arrowhead, Hank is at first excited to find an Indian artifact in his yard, but that changes when a condescending Archaeology professor tricks Peggy into letting him dig for more. In Hilloween, Hank finds himself going toe-to-toe with an evangelical Christian who seems bent on banning Halloween, which she considers Satanic and has even convinced Luanne to join her. The season climaxes with Propane Boom, Part 1, in which Hank finds his job in jeopardy when the MegaLow Mart begins selling Propane at prices that could quickly put Strickland Propane out of business. This is also one of several cliffhangers throughout the series.