King of the Hill

Season 11 Episode 9

Peggy's Gone to Pots

Aired Sunday 8:30 AM May 06, 2007 on FOX
out of 10
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Episode Summary


When Peggy tries to up her game and get more recognition, by selling houses in the Arlen Heights community, she winds up getting sucked into selling kitchen ware and can't get out of it. Dale finds out Rusty Shackleford isn't dead, when he comes knocking on his door. Peggy and Dale agree to fake their deaths together in order to get out of their problems.


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  • Title Says It All

    This episode isn't horrible, but it did seem to drag, possibly because I felt like it's been done before. This episode really did go to pots. I thought the idea was not good, although I do think they could have made it funnier. I think Dale was really the highlight, and even though the B Plot wasn't all that funny either, it was cool to finally meet the real "Rusty Shackleford". I thought the episode got much better once Dale and Peggy teamed up for the fake murder/suicide pact. But, overall it was just an average episode.moreless
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  • Hilarious episode... couldn't stop laughing :D LOL

    Peggy tries to reach the pinnacle of real estate success by selling houses in the exclusive neighborhood of Arlen Heights, but she winds up selling pots door to door. Meanwhile the real Rusty Shackleford pays a visit to Dale. I thought that this was an excellent episode of "King of the Hill". I watch this show almost every night on Adult Swim BUT yet, I don't review the episodes. I haven't an episode of this show since June 2011 which was during the summer so I figured I can start reviewing episodes of this show more often so I'll start off with this one. I laughed so hard watching the episode. The storylines were very clever and the humor was just awesome to laugh at. This show is really good at humor and it's episodes like these that make me wonder why some people actually think this show is boring. Dale's plot probably made me laugh the hardest. There were so many incredibly funny parts in this episode such as when Dale told Hank and the others "I was never here" then climbs up the tree and says "Can someone pass me a beer?", Dale throughout this entire episode just trying to hide from the real Rusty Shackleford, Dale telling Penny "Open Kitchen? the one with the vegetable peelers? those things are awesome", Dale and Penny doing their pretend suicide act which led them to the shed and then they did the explosion then that lady opens the door and sees that Dale and Penny are hiding in the bottom which makes Dale say "We should act like ghosts", and many more brilliantly and incredibly hilarious parts. Overall, an excellent episode of "King of the Hill" with tons of excellent humor and two excellent storylines except Dale's storyline was a little more enjoyable to me. 10/10moreless
  • Dale gets a visit from Rusty and Peggy gets into trouble with Cozy Kitchen.

    I liked this episode, but found Peggy's storyline a little annoying. Alot of the episode center around her being a idiot, which is funny, but she is getting more and more annoying. She is in fact becoming a unlikeable character that I want to see less of. Dale's storyline with Rusty was in fact funny and so was Dale and Peggy trying to fake murder-suicide. Overall the episode was good, but the writers need to center around Hank or Bobby more or at least Peggy less.moreless
  • This was a good episode.

    I really thought that this episode was going to be a series classic due to them showing Rusty Shackleford but I thought it was still a great episode it would have been better if it was focused on Dale instead of Peggy. Because I don't like seeing her as real estate agent I have only seen her as a teacher. I liked how Peggy and Dale thought up of a way how to pretend to kill themselevs and the whole fight thing was going on and the they blew up funny. This has been a great season it is on of my favorites.moreless
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