The Best Seasons of 'King Of The Hill'

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Vote up the best seasons of King of the Hill.

All the seasons of King of the Hill were memorable, but which seasons really stand out? Hank Hill, his friends, and family enjoy talking propane, playing Boggle, and clowning around in Arlen, Texas. Some of the most memorable episodes of King of the Hill come from different seasons, so picking the top season isn't easy. To determine once and for all what the best seasons of King of the Hill are, let's rank every King of the Hill season from best to worst.

King of the Hill is an American adult animated sitcom – created by Mike Judge and Greg Daniels – that is full of hilarious family dysfunction and neighborhood drama. King of the Hill premiered on Fox on January 12, 1997, and aired 13 seasons before concluding on May 6, 2010. The talented cast of voice actors include Mike Judge, Kathy Najimy, Pamela Adlon, Brittany Murphy, and Stephen Root.

Vote up your favorite seasons of King of the Hill, and vote down any bad seasons that you really didn't enjoy, despite how much you loved any individual episodes. It can be painful to put one King of the Hill season over the other when there are so many good ones, which is why you can vote on however many seasons you like.

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  • King of the Hill - Season 5
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    The fifth season of King of the Hill premiered on October 1, 2000, and contains 20 episodes. This season finds Hank getting political.

    This season features several unforgettable episodes including: "Spin the Choice," "Yankee Hankee," and "Kidney Boy and Hamster Girl: A Love Story."

    Memorable moments from Season 5 include:

    • Hank gets mistaken for a pimp.
    • Bobby becomes a ventriloquist.
    • Luanne becomes a born-again virgin.
    103 votes
  • King of the Hill - Season 3
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    The third season of King of the Hill premiered on September 15, 1998, and contains 25 episodes. This season finds Bobby exploring his love of comedy.

    This season features several unforgettable episodes including: "Death of a Propane Salesman," "Pretty, Pretty Dresses," and "Take Me Out of the Ball Game."

    Memorable moments from Season 3 include:

    • Peggy smuggles drugs into prison.
    • Bobby takes birth control pills.
    • Hank coaches softball.
    125 votes
  • King of the Hill - Season 2
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    The second season of King of the Hill premiered on September 21, 1997, and contains 22 episodes. This season finds Hank trying to connect with his son Bobby.

    This season features several unforgettable episodes including: "Texas City Twister," "Husky Bobby," and "Peggy's Turtle Song."

    Memorable moments from Season 2 include:

    • Peggy finds Indian artifacts.
    • Bobby becomes a fashion model.
    • Hank gets accused of renting an adult film.
    93 votes
  • King of the Hill - Season 6
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    The sixth season of King of the Hill premiered on November 11, 2001, and contains 22 episodes. This season finds Hank dealing with crazy situations - compliments of his friends and family.

    This season features several unforgettable episodes including: "Bobby Goes Nuts," "Soldier of Misfortune," and "My Own Private Rodeo."

    Memorable moments from Season 6 include:

    • Bobby kicks Hank in the groin.
    • Peggy joins the Renaissance Faire.
    • The Hills take on Japan.
    108 votes
  • King of the Hill - Season 4
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    The fourth season of King of the Hill premiered on September 26, 1999, and contains 24 episodes. This season finds Hank's morals being tested to the limits.

    This season features several unforgettable episodes including "Cotton's Plot," "A Beer Can Named Desire," and "Won't You Pimai Neighbor?."

    Memorable moments from Season 4 include:

    • Hank prepares for Y2K.
    • Bobby becomes a rodeo clown.
    • Bobby, Dale and Luanne join The Propaniacs.
    124 votes
  • King of the Hill - Season 7
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    The seventh season of King of the Hill premiered on November 3, 2002, and contains 23 episodes. This season finds Hank trying to balance his work and family life.

    This season features several unforgettable episodes including: "Get Your Freak Off," "Dances with Dogs," and "The Witches of East Arlen."

    Memorable moments from Season 7 include:

    • Dale and Bill become competitive eaters.
    • Hank goes to anger management.
    • Bobby goes to military school.
    81 votes