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Peggy survives falling out of a plane, but is in a full body cast. Peggy's spirits are high as she is ecstatic about her miraculous survival. Hank is overcome with guilt at having encouraged her to jump out of the plane, and hides the truth from Peggy as she cannot remember. Didi gives birth to a baby boy, whom Cotton names "Good Hank." Didi gets postpartum depression and Cotton gets freaked when G.H. starts leaking milk, so he leaves the constantly crying G.H. in the care of Bobby.moreless
When Peggy gets out of her body cast, she is unable to walk and depressed by the long, slow process of rehabilitation Cotton decides to teach her to walk again by challenging her, military-style. In return she agrees to help Cotton with his application for a grave site with fellow war veterans. When looking closely at the stories Cotton tells her Peggy starts to find out that Cotton's war stories have some major holes in them. Bill, Dale, and Boomhauer use Peggy's thrown away body cast to help them in their personal lives.moreless
When Hank is forced to take time off work, he becomes a substitute shop teacher at Tom Landry Middle School, when he finds out there is none. He is so popular that Peggy gets jealous and is afraid she might lose the Substitute Teacher of the Year to him.
Kahn and Minh go to Hawaii on a business trip, leaving Connie with the Hills. While there, Connie get her first period. Dale gets a new indestructible garbage can.
Hank wins an Alamo Beer contest in which the prize is a chance to win money by having a football thrown in a small hole. He gets to travel to New Orleans and either win $100, 000 by having former Cowboy Don Meredith throw it, or $1 million if he throws it himself. Hank quickly decides to make the throw himself but starts getting doubts. Bill reveals that his family is from New Orleans so the whole gang goes and stays with his family. While there, three beautiful women all try to seduce Bill as he is the last Dauterive. The problem is, one of them is his blood cousin, and he doesn't know who.moreless
Hank and his family plan to visit Peggy's family in Montana for Thanksgiving, but their plane is delayed due to the weather and they wind up stuck in the airport.
Hank and the gang rent a back-hoe to install Bill's new septic tank. While shopping for a part, Hank runs into Hal, who is very similar to Hank, and even drives the exact same truck. Hank befriends Hal which makes Hank's other friends jealous. After Hal helps Hank put in the new septic tank without telling Bill and Dale, they decide to run off with the back-hoe, but wind up stuck in a ditch.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
As the year 2000 approaches, and everyone is panicked. Hank is one of the few people who thinks it is no big deal. Once Hank realizes there is a shortage of propane, it doesn't take long for the craze to hit him.
After Bobby gets an F in English, Peggy decides to help him with his rewrite, but winds up writing the whole thing. After Bobby receives an A, he takes all the credit and makes Peggy jealous. Soon everyone in the class wants him to write their essays, which leads Bobby to plagiarism. Bill saves a giant flag from being burnt and puts it up in his yard.moreless
The rodeo comes to town and after a failed attempt to be a cowboy, Bobby decides to become a rodeo clown, without his family's knowledge.
Buck Strickland's wife, Miz Liz is finally does with Buck's cheating ways and files for divorce. She takes over Strickland Propane, and promotes Hank to Manager, and also tries to seduce him. Debbie also starts trying to seduce Hank, and it leads to a tragedy. Strickland sells his restaurant Sugarfoot's to Hank and Peggy takes it over and turns it into a standardized restaurant.moreless
Debbie's death is under investigation and Hank is a suspect. Hank has an alibi but is afraid to admit it as it would involve him revealing he accidentally smoked pot. Buck, fearing his wife committed the crime, tries framing Hank.
Bobby accidentally sees Luanne naked and Joseph becomes obsessed with getting a peek as well. When Connie catches Bobby and Joseph standing outside holding binoculars, she accuses them of peeping at her, and breaks up with Bobby. Boomhauer accidentally gets committed to a mental institution, and when Dale and Bill try to get him out, they get committed too.moreless
Frustrated with having to obey Hank's house rules, Luanne moves out and rents a house across the street with three other college students. In trying to get her selfish housemates to help out and pay the bills, she finds herself becoming more like Hank. Dale, Bill and Boomhauer try and create a club house and after Luanne moves into the house they were going to rent they decide to use Hank's den.moreless
Peggy gets caught up in a pyramid scheme, selling Metalife health bars. When she discovers that Bill has a talent for selling the product, she enlists his help. After becoming a top seller, Peggy starts showering Bill with praise, which he isn't used to, leading him to quit. Peggy tries desperately to get him to come back.moreless
Hank's long time barber goes senile, so he turns to Bill, an army barber, for his haircuts. Bill gives him a great haircut, but it turns out that the bill for an army haircut comes to $900. When Hank protests this waste, the army base shuts down its barber unit, and Bill is out of a job.moreless
At a Strickland Grillstravaganza, Bobby saves the day with a propane comedy act, when they run out of BBQs. Strickland decides to create a comedy group, Propaniacs, to tour the rest of Strickland Propane branches, in which Bobby is in charge of. Surprisingly Hank thinks this comedy routine is hilarious and starts to really bond with his son.moreless
Nancy and Dale go to a romantic restaurant with Hank and Peggy and Nancy falls for Dale all over again. She decides to end her affair with John Redcorn and be faithful to her husband but she soon starts to wonder whether she made the right decision. Hank is annoyed by having to constantly have double dates with the Gribbles.moreless
During a drought, Hank installs low-flow toilets in his house. But he soon finds that they require so many flushes that they actually waste more water than the old toilets. Hank joins the Arlen zoning board in an attempt to get high-flow toilets legalized again. Bobby catches Kahn bribing the meter man and blackmails him.moreless
Peggy has always been ashamed of her feet size, but after she finds out her feet have grown even more, she becomes very upset. Someone refers her to Grant Trimble, who tells her that her feet are beautiful and even videotapes them for a video to empower big footed women. What Peggy doesn't know is that it's really for a foot fetish site.moreless
When the Hills go to the Country Music Fan Fair in Nashville, Peggy hears Randy Travis singing a new song, "Just the Way God Made Me," and accuses him of having stolen it from her. Bobby gets relationship advice from Brooks and Dunn, and to thank them gives them a dessert, which he dropped on the ground by accident, leading one of the singers to get sick.moreless