From deep in the heart of Texas comes the 8th season of King of the Hill, depicting the life and times of Hank Hill, his family and their neighbors in the fictional suburb of Arlen, Texas -- the heartland of America.
When Boomhauer's brother, Patch, announces he's getting married to Boomhauer's old girlfriend, Hank mistakenly comes to believe that Boomhauer is out to sabotage the wedding.
Hank reacts with horror when Bobby's bible study group turns out to be populated with Christian skate punks who wear tattoos and dress like rockers.
When a faded Dallas Cowboys football player moves into the neighborhood, Hank and his friends are elated... until he begins acting like a bully.
Peggy suspects that Hank suffers from Irritable Male Syndrome and begins spiking his coffee with testosterone, turning Hank from low-energy everyman to muscled go-getter.
A dashing Mexican television star asks Peggy to spend two weeks south of the border to tutor his children, but Peggy gets the feeling that the actor wants to have an affair with her.
Hank enters his house in Arlen's parade of homes showcase, but when the Hill house tests positive for mold, Hank and his family must relocate to a seedy hotel.
Hank rents an 18-wheel truck to transport some antique furniture to Tillie's in time for Christmas Eve, but he doesn't count on Dale, Bill, and Boomhauer stowing away in the trailer.
When Bobby mistakenly believes that his parents are rich, he steals Hank's credit card and goes on a shopping spree.
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.
A new Strickland Propane employee revels in making off-color jokes, driving Hank crazy.
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.
Hank and his friends take Bobby on an "eat only what you catch" camping trip, only to discover that the park has been overrun by hippies.
Peggy takes over as coach of the cheerleading squad, and switches the girls from elaborate dance routines to violent spectacle.
When racecar driver John Force needs a kidney transplant, Dale turns out to be a perfect match; and Peggy helps Bobby win over his classmates when he reads announcements over the school's intercom system.
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.
Cotton plays detective when someone begins drinking Hank's grapefruit juice; and Dale tries to launch his own home security company.
Hank reacts with disbelief when he realizes Bobby's history textbook contains almost nothing on the Alamo; and Peggy photographs a Flat Stanley doll to help teach kids about geography and safety issues.
Luanne joins forces with Hank to protest a propane ban at the Texas State Fairground grill-off; and Peggy goes to extreme lengths to gain access to a laundry room where an infamous murder took place.
Bobby joins the school's academic team, where he specializes in pop culture, but the stress proves too much for him to handle.
Hank starts taking yoga classes after injuring his back at work; and Peggy bags groceries at a mom-and-pop store.
After Connie becomes a victim of reverse discrimination, Kahn gives up his hopes and dreams and embraces the life of a hillbilly.
When Bobby ignores Hank's advice and signs up for peer counseling instead of shop class, he ends up dating one of his clients while another client starts stalking him.