To help Gene improve his baseball skills, Linda enrolls him in a questionable baseball camp.
The upcoming school dance gets complicated when Tina is forced to choose between Jimmy Jr and newcomer Josh.
The kids see dollar signs when a nude beach opens nearby and Bob is overjoyed when he learns Hugo has stepped down, that is until he meets the replacement health inspector.
After lying about a minor car accident, Bob finds himself involved with a corrupt agent and insurance fraud.
Things go from hilarious to downright hostile when Bob's morning talk show appearances keep getting upstaged by a Sasquatch mask wearing Gene; Tina meets a weird new paramour; Linda learns about the dark side of local television.moreless
Bob decides to serve at a hostage situation at the bank across the street.
A trip to dinner theater leads Linda to write her own, and act it out at the restaurant.
Hank wants to put Bobby on testosterone pills but the doctor refuses. Peggy hears that the pills are given to men who are low on energy and going through male PMS, which describes Hank as of late, due to stress at work. She secretly starts drugging him. Peggy is also on the committee for a bull run and Hank, now full of excess energy, agrees to help fundraise and run with the bulls. Bobby is afraid of showering after Gym.moreless
Hank makes weekend plans without consulting Peggy, and the fallout drives them to a marriage counselor. The therapist learns that one of the couple's dreams is to own his-and-hers motorcycles, and suggests they buy one and share it in an effort to bring them together. Everything seems to be going fine until a Hank refuses to let Peggy drive on a long road trip. Dale believes there is buried treasure in his yard and gets Bill to help him.moreless
Bobby starts to take care of a raccoon, Bandit, which Hank disproves of. While trying to get rid of it, Dale gets scratched by Bandit and Ladybird gets in a fight and then runs off after Bandit. Fearing that Bandit might have been rabid, Hank tries to save his dog, while Bobby just wants to find Bandit. Dale, convinced that he has rabies, runs off to the woods.moreless
Peggy gets a letter from a death row convict who says that he is a former student of hers, and that she had the most positive impact on his life. She starts visiting him in prison and bringing him what she thinks is timer sand for Boggle, not realizing that it's actually cocaine. Dale becomes the prison's exterminator in hopes that it will lead to him becoming the executioner.moreless
Peggy is devastated when she finds out that the time her and Hank discovered they were meant for each other was based on a lie told by Hank. Now Hank must win Peggy over again. Bobby gets a note from a secret admirer and thinks its an Olympic athlete.moreless
Hank is told he must try and get a business man from Boston to sign up with Strickland Propane, and at first he thinks it will be easy. However, the man is unhappy because he doesn't feel Hank is a "real Texan". Hank does whatever the man wants in order to win him over, and to prevent him from going with his enemy Thatherton. Bobby has to write an essay for church about who he admires, and he picks Hank. Because of Hank's lies to Mr. Holloway (the business man), Bobby starts to get a lot of misinformation.moreless
After Hank finds a couple of Native American artifacts in his yard, a snobbish archaeology professor from Arlen University gets Peggy's permission to dig there. Peggy is fascinated by the professor's sophistication and knowledge, and Hank becomes jealous.moreless
When Hank discovers that the trailer Luanne grew up in is still available, he wants Luanne to move out of the house and back into the trailer. Hank and Peggy have a fight where Peggy accuses Hank of being cold and repressed, and Hank sort of tells Peggy to go to Hell. After Peggy goes with Luanne to help her move, Hank learns that a tornado is heading for the trailer park. It's up to him to save his wife and niece, and to prove that he's not so repressed after all.moreless
While at a State Fair, Hank discovers Bobby has a talent for target shooting and thinks this could be his chance to bond with his son. The only problem is that Hank can't shoot. Ashamed to admit that he can't use a gun properly, he tries everything he can to not join the upcoming Father/Son Fun Shoot, he promised Bobby he'd attend. When he realizes it is what he must do, he decides to visit a psychologist.moreless
Bobby is is invited to his first boy-girl party, where the kids will play Spin the Bottle. At first he doesn't want to go which upsets Hank but makes Peggy happy. Luanne is worried because she has a big hairstyling test coming up. She is given a plastic "practice head". Bobby sees this as an opportunity to become better around girls, so secretly starts using it to practice interacting with the opposite sex including kissing it, which ends in disastrous results.moreless
Hank wants to have the best lawn in the neighborhood for Cinco de Mayo, and he decides that Dale's weekly bug-spraying is hurting his lawn. He tells Dale not to spray his lawn anymore and Dale decides to get back at him, by giving him fire ants. Bobby captures the Queen Fire Ant, and her hold on him becomes hypnotic.moreless
Hank catches Bobby smoking, and punishes him by making him smoke a whole carton of cigarettes. The plan backfires when not only does Bobby get addicted to cigarettes, but Hank and Peggy get re-addicted. It is up to Luanne to try and help the Hills quit.moreless
Peggy goes to Dallas to represent Arlen in the Texas State Boggle Championship, and brings Hank along as her coach. At first Hank isn't thrilled about going until he realizes that it falls the same weekend as the Dallas Mower Expo, and invites his friends to join him. Bobby and Luanne, who are home alone, set off a disastrous series of events, sparked by a cup leaving a water ring on the coffee table.moreless
Hank's father Cotton, a sexist loudmouth who lost his shins fighting in WWII, comes to Bobby's birthday party,and decides to stay a few days. Peggy can't stand his ways, but Hank tries to convince Peggy things are OK, until Bobby begins to emulate his chauvinistic behavior.moreless
Laotians Kahn and Minh Souphanousinphone and their daughter Kahn Jr. (AKA Connie) move into the house next door to Hank. The Hills and Souphanousinphone's don't get along at all, except for the children. Both the men and the women at various points try to put their differences aside, but keep finding ways to annoy each other. Connie and Bobby loose the two dogs, trying to set them free so they can be together.moreless
Hank is constipated, and everyone wants to offer an opinion on how to cure it. Hank finally agrees to go to the doctor and finds out there he might need surgery. Peggy puts Hank on a strict diet, which Hank reluctantly agrees to go on.moreless
Luanne is dumped by her boyfriend Buckley, and she drives Hank crazy by crying all day and all night. Peggy warns Hank not to interfere, but Hank decides to find a new boyfriend for Luanne. Things don't turn out the way he was expecting though.moreless
Hank is worried because Bobby seems to have no goal in life and no role model. He takes Bobby to the golf course, where Bobby accidentally hits Hank's idol, Willie Nelson, with a golf club. Peggy is upset because Hank pays more attention to his guitar "Betsy", than he does to her. Luanne is failing braidwork at the beauty academy.moreless