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Episode List



6 Jan. 2008
Doggone Crazy
Ladybird begins acting erratically during thunderstorms, and Hank must resort to consulting a "dog spiritualist" or risk losing her to Animal Control.
10 Feb. 2008
Hank helps Buck Strickland and Sugarfoot's find a way to get around the Arlen City Council's new ban on trans fats.
17 Feb. 2008
Untitled Blake McCormick Project
Dale discovers that the daughter of one of Bill's lady-friends shares the same DNA as Joseph. He comes to the conclusion that he is the father of both of them.
2 Mar. 2008
The Accidental Terrorist
Hank seeks revenge when he finds out that his car salesman has been taking advantage of him for 20 years, but he gets in trouble when his plan gets out of hand.
9 Mar. 2008
Lady and Gentrification
While Hank helps out with Enrique's daughter's Quinceanera celebration, Peggy threatens to run Enrique's family out of its neighborhood by introducing it to the Arlen artistic community.
16 Mar. 2008
Behind Closed Doors
Peggy makes drastic changes around the home after a pop family therapist has her convinced that their family is having intimacy problems, which only pushes Hank and Bobby further away from her.
30 Mar. 2008
Pour Some Sugar on Kahn
Kahn uses karaoke to boost his self confidence and to help cope with his domineering father-in-law's latest visit.
6 Apr. 2008
Six Characters in Search of a House
Peggy hires actors and writes a script to help her open house for a home she can't sell. But instead of selling the house in question, she gets carried away and winds up selling her own house during the dress rehearsal.
13 Apr. 2008
The Courtship of Joseph's Father
A private academy bribes Dale into enrolling Joseph to play quarterback, but he soon learns that his family doesn't fit in because they're not rich.
27 Apr. 2008
Strangeness on a Train
When Peggy's birthday celebrations promise to disappoint her once again, she decides to plan her own party aboard a train that features a murder-mystery play.
4 May 2008
Cops and Robert
Hank accidentally drives a mild-mannered man over the edge when he takes the man's wallet from him, incorrectly assuming that the man had just stolen his.
11 May 2008
It Came from the Garage
Bobby temporarily becomes man of the house and Hank becomes the laughing stock of the neighborhood when everybody discovers that he's afraid of bats.
18 May 2008
Life: A Loser's Manual
Peggy's jailbird brother (Luanne's father) comes to town, and commits another crime; and Lucky feels sorry for him, so he takes the blame.
28 Sep. 2008
Dia-BILL-ic Shock
Bill begins acting like a paraplegic after his doctor diagnoses him with diabetes and tells him to get a wheelchair.
5 Oct. 2008
Earthy Girls are Easy
Buck is looking for an easy way for Strickland Propane to go "green," and Dale is ready to take advantage of him and the situation.
19 Oct. 2008
Square-Footed Monster
Ted Wassonasong buys a house in Hank's neighborhood, tears it down, and builds a cheaply-made "McMansion" in its place.
2 Nov. 2008
Lost in MySpace
Hank runs into trouble with a temperamental co-worker who is promoted to co-assistant manager after Strickland Propane puts up its own MySpace page.
9 Nov. 2008
No Bobby Left Behind
Tom Landry Middle School labels Bobby and some of his other lazy classmates as "special needs" students so that they don't have to take and fail the standardized test and lower the school's numbers.
16 Nov. 2008
A Bill Full of Dollars
By observing Bill as an average consumer, Peggy, Dale, and Minh make a fortune in the stock market. But when Bill learns that he is being watched, the gravy train comes to an abrupt halt.
30 Nov. 2008
Straight as an Arrow
Hank butts heads with Wesley Cherish, a newcomer to Arlen, after the two jointly start a Scouting-type group called the Order of the Arrow. Hank believes that Wesley is being overly cautious with several of the group's activities and is upset when Bobby is deemed a bad influence for allowing his sons to play a violent video game. But Hank finds out that Wesley has a good reason for his conservative, cautious ways with his sons after the boys run off at a camp-in during Hank's shift ... and it comes at the expense of a promising friendship.

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