Nothing Asinine: the Best King of the Hill Episodes Ever

Who’s better: Ronald Reagan or Tom Landry? Trick Question: Both. Welcome to our survey all of things wholesome, hilarious, and (undeniably) American. Our top 5 King of the Hill episodes of all time! Oh, bear in mind that adultery is a fairly standard American tradition. But this show does inspire a sense of pride in us, since it champions beef, beer, sports, and domestically built trucks. Wait… how could we forget propane and propane accessories? So, raise a miniature flag in your heart and salute the waning principals that America used to stand for and, fortunately, Hank Hill still does.
Nothing Asinine: the Best King of the Hill Episodes Ever
Who’s better: Ronald Reagan or Tom Landry? Trick Question: Both. Welcome to our survey all of things wholesome, hilarious, and (undeniably) American. Our top 5 King of the Hill episodes of all time! Oh, bear in mind that adultery is a fairly standard American tradition. But this show does inspire a sense of pride in us, since it champions beef, beer, sports, and domestically built trucks. Wait… how could we forget propane and propane accessories? So, raise a miniature flag in your heart and salute the waning principals that America used to stand for and, fortunately, Hank Hill still does.
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Conclusion

Boy, I tell you hwat, that was a damn fine list. Chock full of classic episodes, characters, and gags. We love this show like Hank loves a tender juicy steak cooked on a Wagner Char-King with a frosty Alamo beer in hand, waiting for the Cowboys game to start. But, perhaps you think this list just ain’t right. Well, instead of developing a Dale-esque conspiracy theory, why don’t you tells about it below. Give us your favorite episode and if your choice is better than Peggy’s Es-Span-Yola (which is perfect), you just might make it on the list. But first we’ve got to list a few of other favorites. Trust us, they're anything but asinine.



Honorary Mentions

Life: A Loser’s Manual — The funniest Lucky episode features Luanne’s ne’er-do-well father (played by Johnny Knoxville) getting into all sorts of drug-fueled shenanigans.
Peggy’s Gone to Pots — Dale confronted by the real Rusty Shackleford. Gh!
Reborn to Be Wild — “Can’t you see you’re not making Christianity any better; you’re just making rock’n’roll worse?” Amen!


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