From deep in the heart of Texas comes the 7th season of the half-hour animated comedy King of the Hill, depicting the life and times of Hank Hill (Mike Judge), his family and their neighbors in the fictional suburb of Arlen, Texas -- the heartland of America. Hank's Rock of Gibraltar is his wife, Peggy (Kathy Najimy), who sees herself as a true renaissance woman: substitute Spanish teacher, journalist, fast-pitch softball hurler, local Boggle champion and notary public.
After Hank catches Bobby freak dancing at a concert, he forbids his son from attending a boys-and-girls slumber party--but Bobby sneaks off on his own.
A cute groupie convinces Bill to enter a hot dog eating contest that pits him against a Laotian champion.
Connie's delinquent cousin, Tid Pao, wreaks havoc while visiting Arlen.
Bobby's success in Home Economics wreaks havoc on the Hill household.
Bobby and Hank become rivals in competitive dog dancing; Bill mistakenly thinks a rottweiler would be a good dog dance partner.
Bobby takes up rose gardening, and Hank enters him in a cutthroat competition.
When Hank accidentally cuts off Dale's finger with a circular saw, he's ordered by the court to attend an anger management class.
Peggy opens her own bookstore, but when she discovers that customers are nonexistent, she reluctantly allows Dale to sublet space so he can sell guns.
Luanne is wooed by millionaire Trip Larsen...who has bizarre plans for her.
Hank puts his reputation on the line when he recommends Dale for an exterminator job at Megalomart...only to realize that Dale thinks the vermin is Chuck Mangione; Bobby cheats at a game by stuffing beans up his nose.
Buck Strickland and his brother convince Luanne she's got serious talent in the boxing ring, prompting her to pick a fight with George Foreman's daughter, Freda. But unbeknownst to Luanne, all of her matches were rigged.
Hank takes Joseph on a vision quest in hopes of changing the boy's ways, but when Dale ends up experiencing a vision of his own, he misinterprets one of Joseph's dreams...and encourages him to kill a panda at the zoo.
After attending couples counseling, Hank and Peggy buy a motorcycle and head for Sturgis, South Dakota to attend a giant biker rally. But trouble erupts when Hank refuses to allow Peggy to do the driving.
Tension erupts between Peggy, Minh and Nancy when a seat opens on the school board and each of the women announces their intention to run.
When Bobby repeatedly disobeys Hank, he is forced to attend the same boot camp Cotton went to in his youth. But to Cotton's horror, the once draconian facility now mollycoddles its cadets.
When Hank teaches Bobby the basics of propane sales, Bobby ignores the advice and uses his own strategy--with impressive results; Bill sails away in a lawn chair tied to weather balloons; Peggy worries that the liver cleanser she purchased is poisoning her.
Hank and Peggy become concerned when the leering Buck Strickland ends up in Luanne's Bible study class; Bobby skips gym class to have tea and scones at the posh Hotel Arlen.
Peggy resurrects the high school's organic garden, but when it is overrun with bugs, she turns to pesticides; Dale and his friends collect bat guano to use as fertilizer.
When Bill infects Hank with head lice, he's forced to shave off his hair...only to discover the name "Bill" tattooed on his scalp.
When Ladybird attacks an African-American repairman, Hank comes to believe that he is a racist.
Dale meets the woman of his dreams when the neighborhood becomes infested with pigeons; Hank serves as Luanne's designated driver on her birthday, only to end up getting drunk.
Kahn reacts with horror when his mother becomes the Hills' maid... and Bill's lover.
Hank is horrified when Bobby joins a group of "witches" who want the boy to drink dog's blood during one of their ceremonies.