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Season 5

1 Oct. 2000
The Perils of Polling
Hank meets Presidential candidate George W. Bush at a rally and is unimpressed by his handshake, while Luanne registers to vote as a Communist.
 
5 Nov. 2000
The Buck Stops Here
Bobby works for Mr. Strickland as his golf caddy for the summer. Peggy and Minh race each other to see who can donate the most blood.
 
12 Nov. 2000
I Don't Want to Wait for Our Lives to Be Over, I Want to Know Right Now, Will It Be... Sorry. Do Do Doo Do Do, Do Do Doo Do Do, Do Do Doo Do Do, Doo...
Puberty hits 12 year-old Joseph before it hits 13 year-old Bobby. Hank builds coffins for himself and Peggy.
 
19 Nov. 2000
Spin the Choice
During the Thanksgiving season, John Redcorn tries to get closer to Joseph by teaching him about the plight of the Native Americans.
 
26 Nov. 2000
Peggy Makes the Big Leagues
Peggy substitutes in the geometry class at Arlen High, where she attracts the ire of local businessmen for giving a failing grade to a star football player.
 
3 Dec. 2000
When Cotton Comes Marching Home
Cotton loses his home and must go back to work to support Didi and G.H.
 
10 Dec. 2000
What Makes Bobby Run?
Bobby attempts to achieve yearbook immortality by becoming the school mascot.
 
17 Dec. 2000
'Twas the Nut Before Christmas
Bill opens a Santa Claus village at his house and annoys Hank by keeping it open well after Christmas.
 
21 Jan. 2001
Chasing Bobby
Hank's truck is on its last wheels and he balks at the thought of getting a new truck, much to the chagrin of friends and family.
 
4 Feb. 2001
Yankee Hankee
Hank is a proud Texan, which is all about to change when Cotton reveals to him he was born in New York City.
 
11 Feb. 2001
Hank and the Great Glass Elevator
When Bill forms a friendship with Former Texas Governor Ann Richards, his ex-wife Lenore returns.
 
18 Feb. 2001
Now Who's the Dummy?
After performing at a retirement home with his class, Bobby receives a ventriloquist's dummy from one of the residents there. Hank begrudgingly warms up to the idea, but Dale is deathly afraid of it due to a traumatic childhood experience.
 
25 Feb. 2001
Ho, Yeah!
After a violent pimp shows up looking for her, Hank and Peggy unknowingly board a prostitute. Then they soon discover that Hank has been unwittingly "pimping" her all around town.
 
4 Mar. 2001
The Exterminator
Dale can no longer work as an exterminator because the chemicals he uses have eroded his sinuses. Thus, he must get an office job.
 
4 Mar. 2001
Luanne Virgin 2.0
Luanne joins a church group to become a "born-again virgin," where Peggy reveals a shocking fact about her past.
 
1 Apr. 2001
Hank's Choice
When Bobby develops an allergy to Ladybird's dander, Hank makes him live in the dog house he built for the dog who refuses to live in it.
 
8 Apr. 2001
It's Not Easy Being Green
Hank joins Bobby's science class in opposition to a plan to drain the quarry and put a landfill there, because it will reveal a practical joke which he, Dale, and Bill played on Boomhauer in high school.
 
22 Apr. 2001
The Trouble with Gribbles
When Channel 83 replaces Nancy with Luanne as the weather lady, Dale concocts a scheme to sue a tobacco company to pay for a face lift for his wife.
 
6 May 2001
Hank's Back Story
Hank must wear a prosthesis when he is diagnosed with Diminished Gluteal Syndrome.
 
13 May 2001
Kidney Boy and Hamster Girl: A Love Story
Bobby pretends to be a high schooler with a congenital kidney disease that has stunted his growth. He later adds to the charade by claiming Connie has a vestigial tail.
 

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