King of the Hill: Season 2, Episode 13

Snow Job (1 Feb. 1998)

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Hank calls into question his loyalty to Propane and the direction of his life after he finds out Buck Strickland owns an electric range.

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Hank calls into question his loyalty to Propane and the direction of his life after he finds out Buck Strickland owns an electric range.

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