King Of The Hill 13 Seasons 2003

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Season 7
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11. Boxing Luanne TV-PG CC

Buck Strickland and his brother convince Luanne she's got serious talent in the boxing ring, prompting her to pick a fight with George Foreman's daughter, Freda. But unbeknownst to Luanne, all of her matches were rigged.

Starring:
Mike Judge, Kathy Najimy
Runtime:
23 minutes
Original air date:
February 2, 2003

Boxing Luanne

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Season 7
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    1. Get Your Freak Off After Hank catches Bobby freak dancing at a concert, he forbids his son from attending a boys-and-girls slumber party--but Bobby sneaks off on his own.

    TV-PG 23min November 3, 2002
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    2. The Fat And The Furious A cute groupie convinces Bill to enter a hot dog eating contest that pits him against a Laotian champion.

    TV-PG 23min November 10, 2002
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    3. Bad Girls, Bad Girls, Whatcha Gonna Do? Connie's delinquent cousin, Tid Pao, wreaks havoc while visiting Arlen.

    TV-PG 23min November 17, 2002
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    4. Goodbye, Normal Jeans Bobby's success in Home Economics wreaks havoc on the Hill household.

    TV-PG 23min November 24, 2002
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    5. Dances With Dogs Bobby and Hank become rivals in competitive dog dancing; Bill mistakenly thinks a Rottweiler would be a good dog dance partner.

    TV-PG 23min December 1, 2002
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    6. The Son Also Roses Bobby takes up rose gardening, and Hank enters him in a cutthroat competition.

    TV-PG 23min December 8, 2002
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    7. The Texas Skilsaw Massacre When Hank accidentally cuts off Dale's finger with a circular saw, he's ordered by the court to attend an anger management class.

    TV-PG 23min December 15, 2002
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    8. Full Metal Dust Jacket Peggy opens her own bookstore, but when she discovers that customers are nonexistent, she reluctantly allows Dale to sublet space so he can sell guns.

    TV-PG 23min January 5, 2003
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    9. Pigmalion Luanne is wooed by millionaire Trip Larsen...who has bizarre plans for her.

    TV-PG 23min January 12, 2003
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    10. Megadale Hank puts his reputation on the line when he recommends Dale for an exterminator job at Megalomart...only to realize that Dale thinks the vermin is Chuck Mangione; Bobby cheats at a game by stuffing beans up his nose.

    TV-PG 23min January 12, 2003
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    11. Boxing Luanne Buck Strickland and his brother convince Luanne she's got serious talent in the boxing ring, prompting her to pick a fight with George Foreman's daughter, Freda. But unbeknownst to Luanne, all of her matches were rigged.

    TV-PG 23min February 2, 2003
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    12. Vision Quest Hank takes Joseph on a vision quest in hopes of changing the boy's ways, but when Dale ends up experiencing a vision of his own, he misinterprets one of Joseph's dreams...and encourages him to kill a panda at the zoo.

    TV-PG 23min February 9, 2003
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    13. Queasy Rider After attending couples counseling, Hank and Peggy buy a motorcycle and head for Sturgis, South Dakota to attend a giant biker rally. But trouble erupts when Hank refuses to allow Peggy to do the driving.

    TV-PG 23min February 16, 2003
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    14. Board Games Tension erupts between Peggy, Minh and Nancy when a seat opens on the school board and each of the women announces their intention to run.

    TV-PG 23min March 2, 2003
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    15. An Officer And A Gentle Boy When Bobby repeatedly disobeys Hank, he is forced to attend the same boot camp Cotton went to in his youth. But to Cotton's horror, the once draconian facility now mollycoddles its cadets.

    TV-PG 23min March 9, 2003
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    16. The Miseducation Of Bobby Hill When Hank teaches Bobby the basics of propane sales, Bobby ignores the advice and uses his own strategy--with impressive results; Bill sails away in a lawn chair tied to weather balloons; Peggy worries that the liver cleanser she bought is poisoning her.

    TV-PG 23min March 16, 2003
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    17. The Good Buck Hank and Peggy become concerned when the leering buck Strickland ends up in Luanne's Bible study class; Bobby skips gym class to have tea and scones at the posh Hotel Arlen.

    TV-PG 23min March 30, 2003
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    18. I Never Promised You An Organic Garden Peggy resurrects the high school's organic garden, but when it is overrun with bugs, she turns to pesticides; Dale and his friends collect bat guano to use as fertilizer.

    TV-PG 23min April 13, 2003
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    19. Be True To Your Fool When Bill infects Hank with head lice, he's forced to shave off his hair...only to discover the name "Bill" tattooed on his scalp.

    TV-PG 23min April 27, 2003
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    20. Racist Dawg When Ladybird attacks an African-American repairman, Hank comes to believe that he is a racist.

    TV-PG 23min May 4, 2003
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    21. Night And Deity Dale meets the woman of his dreams when the neighborhood becomes infested with pigeons; Hank serves as Luanne's designated driver on her birthday, only to end up getting drunk.

    TV-PG 23min May 11, 2003
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    22. Maid In Arlen Kahn reacts with horror when his mother becomes the Hills' maid... and Bill's lover.

    TV-PG 23min May 18, 2003
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    23. The Witches Of East Arlen Hank is horrified when Bobby joins a group of "witches" who want the boy to drink dog's blood during one of their ceremonies.

    TV-PG 23min May 18, 2003

Product Details

Genres Drama, Comedy
Director Michael Dante DiMartino, Klay Hall
Starring Mike Judge, Kathy Najimy
Supporting actors Pamela Adlon, Brittany Murphy, Johnny Hardwick, Stephen Root, Bruce Dern, Carmen Electra, George Foreman III, Freeda Foreman, George Foreman, Phil Hendrie, David Herman, Phil LaMarr
Season year 2003
Network FOX
Executive Producer Jonathan Aibel
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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Come on Fox and release seasons 7-13!
Big D
If you are a member of Netflix and use the "Watch it Now" streaming option online... you can watch ALL the seasons.
Solution Sam
Come on Fox, you know you want to release it!
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89 of 90 people found the following review helpful By Keven McQueen on October 19, 2009
Format: DVD
Fox has always treated "King of the Hill" with contempt even though it was one of its outstanding shows. From arbitrary time slot rearrangements to pre-emptions due to football games, from DVD sets with paltry extras to an outright series cancellation followed by a grudging resurrection after more than a year, the network never seemed to fully appreciate a show that was witty and character-driven as opposed to its other prime-time animated series that were fueled by constant blasphemy and mindless vulgarity. Fox has not treated KOTH's large fan base with much respect either, as evidenced by the interminable delays between DVD releases. Come on, Fox! Now that the show is officially canceled, will you please put the rest of the series on DVD already?
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58 of 62 people found the following review helpful By Darcy Shepard on April 14, 2008
Format: DVD
Season 7 has some of the classic episodes - "Mega-Lo Dale", "The Miseducation of Bobby Hill", and "Night and Deity", to name a few - fans have been waiting for on DVD for 2 years. The episodes are witty and focus on a variety of Arlen characters. With 22 solid episodes, this season is a must have for all King of the Hill fans.

Some of the highlights include Bobby's foray into tarot card reading and spell casting in "Witches of East Arlen." One of my favorites from the entire seasons, the best part is Bobby's 30-ish friend Warren - he lives in his mom's basement, which he will continue doing for a few weeks after his mom's death, according to Hank.

Another spectacular episode is "Night and Deity", which many remember as the one Nancy got her comeuppance in for cheating on Dale. When a new, very attractive exterminator comes in to help with the neighborhood's pigeon problem, she and Dale begin to work very closely together, much to Nancy's horror. One of the awesome things about this episode is you never know what will happen - will he cheat on Nancy?

The most popular episode of the season is probably "Mega-Lo Dale" - Dale gets hired to get rid of Mega-Lo Mart's rat problem, but Hank has to step in when Dale becomes convinced the store has a baboon problem.

One thing Fox may want to think about before it delays another season or another show - these episodes are readily available on the internet, and while many super-fans such as myself want the collection on DVD, many others are just as satisfied with the downloads as with the DVD, particularly when forced to wait 2 years later than its scheduled release.
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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Mitchell Anthony Jungewaelter on February 18, 2010
Format: DVD
Why haven't they released season 7 yet? It's been 4 years since they released the last season of king of the hill. I mean other shows that were pathetic have been released quicker why not king of the hill? Come on FOX release more king of the hill!!
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By MrTobor on October 11, 2010
Format: DVD
This just leaves me scratching my head. Okay, so the sales of 1-6 probably didn't bring in "Family Guy" or "Simpsons" numbers. Understandable -- since KOTH is an intelligent show whose humor does not rely on cartoony gags and vulgarity, its appeal is not as widespread as those shows. Still, I cannot see how releasing seasons 7-13 would not be profitable. Even if they (Fox) would deem it too costly to produce themselves, why not license the remaining seasons to a third party? I'll bet a company like Shout would be more than happy to produce them.

At the very least, I wish someone from Fox would give loyal KOTH fans some kind of an explanation from their business perspective. To us it just makes no sense at all. You've got people from all over the world with their wallets out shouting "please, PLEASE, sell me your product that I've been waiting four years for!" and you (with arms crossed) saying "um... NO!". It's utterly incomprehensible.

While I realize that I can download these shows on the net (torrents, etc.), I like many, would like to be able to buy a nice, professionally produced set (hopefully, with extras).

Shame on you, Fox! You really, truly suck, I tell you what!

Guess, I'm going to have to go the bootleg route after all (*sigh*).
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By no one in particular on July 30, 2011
Format: DVD
as the title says, I refuse to watch any other Fox show airing on Fox. it is NOT fair for us loyal fans of the show that made them so much money while it was on .

I beg of you, fox, please bring all seasons of King of the Hill to Dvd!!! and I will be forever grateful.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By DAVE.L on June 2, 2011
Format: DVD
Come on Fox whats the hold up with the rest of King of the Hill series,if it was those da---n Simpsons I bet they would have been released by now ,I think Fox should give us the fans of KOTH are truely deserved right and get your a---s on the ball and release the final seasons it was one of your greatest shows on Fox,its only fair to us millions of fans who sat and watched the show every night it was on,dont stop us short and hanging with 6 seasons,Bad Business............COME ON RELEASE THEM..............................
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By S. Rumler on April 8, 2010
Format: DVD
I, like everyone else who has posted feedback here, have been waiting ANXIOUSLY for the release of Season 7. I truly don't know what the hold up would be?!?! Quit playing corporate politics and get the ball rolling!!!! I was on a "notify me" list for Season6 and purchased it within days of its release....and yes...that was quite a long time ago. The fan-base for this series is wide-spread and abundant which would insinuate that there a plethora of people out there chompin at the bit to see more of their beloved King of the Hill cast!!!! Hell, I'm sure at this point, the DVD's are extremely behind schedule however I have no doubt that if multiple series were released at the same time, consumers wuld snatch them up like hot cakes. *HINT!!!*

Sarra
Germany
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