Mutual of Omabwah - Episodes - Season 4: 1999–2000

Season 4: 1999–2000

# Title Directed by Written by Original airdate Production
1 61 "Peggy Hill: The Decline and Fall" Klay Hall Paul Lieberstein September 26, 1999 (1999-09-26) 3ABE24
Conclusion. Peggy struggles to regain her strength following her skydiving accident. Meanwhile, Bobby delivers Cotton's son (whom Cotton names "Good Hank") but gets overwhelmed when neither Cotton nor Didi embrace new parenthood.
2 62 "Cotton's Plot" Anthony Lioi Jonathan Aibel & Glenn Berger October 3, 1999 (1999-10-03) 4ABE01
Cotton takes over Peggy's physical therapy in exchange for help getting a burial plot in the Texas State Cemetery, but Peggy discovers a discrepancy about Cotton's service in the Army during World War II.
3 63 "Bills Are Made to Be Broken" Jeff Myers John Altschuler & Dave Krinsky October 24, 1999 (1999-10-24) 4ABE02
Bill's high school football record is broken unfairly, and (largely at Hank's insistence) he tries to get back on the field to set things right.
4 64 "Little Horrors of Shop" Adam Kuhlman Kit Boss October 31, 1999 (1999-10-31) 4ABE03
Buck Strickland insists that Hank take two weeks off from Strickland Propane, and Hank begins teaching wood shop at Tom Landry Middle School, and becomes so popular that Peggy grows envious of him. However, Hank gets in trouble for violating the school's zero-tolerance policy on weapons when he asks his students to bring in tools from home.
5 65 "Aisle 8A" Allan Jacobsen Garland Testa November 7, 1999 (1999-11-07) 4ABE04
Kahn and Minh go to Hawaii for Kahn's job and asks Hank to take care of Connie, who's excited that she will be staying with Bobby, but becomes emotional and mean-spirited when she gets her first period, leaving an extremely uncomfortable Hank to both deal with the unstable Connie and have to explain "the birds and the bees" to Bobby (who has no idea why Connie is so emotional).
6 66 "A Beer Can Named Desire" Chuck Austen and Chris Moeller Jim Dauterive November 14, 1999 (1999-11-14) 4ABE05

Hank wins an Alamo Beer contest for a chance to win a million dollars by throwing a football through a one-foot hole in a giant Alamo Beer can, while Bill visits his eccentric Cajun relatives in Louisiana.

Guest voices: Don Meredith, Meryl Streep, The Dixie Chicks (Martie Maguire, Natalie Maines, and Emily Robison).
7 67 "Happy Hank's Giving" Martin Archer Alan R. Cohen & Alan Freedland November 21, 1999 (1999-11-21) 4ABE08
The Hills plan to fly to Montana for Thanksgiving, but are stranded with their neighbors at the airport by a snowstorm.
Amanda Mealing guest stars.
8 68 "Not in My Back-hoe" Shaun Cashman Paul Lieberstein November 28, 1999 (1999-11-28) 4ABE06
Drew Carey guest stars as a man who befriends Hank Hill after the two discover that they are very much alike. Meanwhile, Bill and Dale steal Hank's backhoe and take it to a pet cemetery, with disastrous results.
9 69 "To Kill a Ladybird" Wes Archer Norm Hiscock December 12, 1999 (1999-12-12) 4ABE07
Bobby befriends a wild raccoon, that may, or may not have infected Dale and Ladybird with rabies.
10 70 "Hillennium" Tricia Garcia Johnny Hardwick December 19, 1999 (1999-12-19) 4ABE10
As Christmas approaches, Hank gets irritated over everyone panicking about the supposed technological apocalypse that will purportedly happen on January 1, 2000, due to the Y2K computer date glitch—but soon finds himself trying to safeguard his family after a propane shortage.
11 71 "Old Glory" Gary McCarver Norm Hiscock January 9, 2000 (2000-01-09) 4ABE09
Peggy writes a school essay for Bobby, and they both catch fire for it by a vengeful English teacher who accuses them of plagiarism. Meanwhile, Hank and his friends try to get rid of an oversized American flag.
12 72 "Rodeo Days" Cyndi Tang-Loveland Jon Vitti January 16, 2000 (2000-01-16) 4ABE11
When the rodeo comes to Arlen, Bobby tries his hand at cattle roping; when he fails miserably, he takes his career in the other direction, choosing to become a rodeo clown, much to Hank and Peggy's dismay.
13 73 "Hanky Panky" Jeff Myers Jim Dauterive February 6, 2000 (2000-02-06) 4ABE13

Part one of two. Buck Strickland and his wife Miz Liz separate, and Buck dumps his secretary/mistress Debbie Grund. Hank then ends up getting seduced by Miz Liz, and Debbie Grund ends up dead and in the dumpster behind Sugarfoot's Barbecue, which Peggy has been granted proprietorship of.

Guest Star: Reese Witherspoon
14 74 "High Anxiety" Adam Kuhlman Alan R. Cohen & Alan Freedland February 13, 2000 (2000-02-13) 4ABE14
Conclusion. As Peggy's experiment as the owner of Sugarfoot's (renaming it Peggy's Sugarfoot's) goes awry, Hank talks to Buck's computer-geek/stoner roommate—and, as a result of unwittingly trying a cannabis joint he offers him, becomes a suspect in the murder of Debbie Grund. NOTE: On Adult Swim, this episode was initially rated TV-14 for references to marijuana and references to suicide. Though most cable guides give this episode a TV-PG rating for suggestive dialogue (D) and violence (V), one airing accidentally gave this episode a TV-MA rating. In Australia and New Zealand, this episode was given an M rating due to content involving drugs, guns, and accidental death.
15 75 "Naked Ambition" Anthony Lioi Jonathan Aibel & Glenn Berger February 20, 2000 (2000-02-20) 4ABE12
After a day of swimming at the river, Bobby accidentally walks in on Luanne naked. When Joseph hears the story, his imagination runs wild and he wants to see her nude too—until Connie catches them peeping. Meanwhile, Dale and Bill try to break Boomhauer out of an insane asylum in Houston.
16 76 "Movin' On Up" Klay Hall Garland Testa February 27, 2000 (2000-02-27) 4ABE16
Fed up with Hank's demands, Luanne moves out of the Hills' den—and into a house with a trio of even more aggravating college-aged deadbeats.
17 77 "Bill of Sales" Dominic Polcino Paul Lieberstein March 12, 2000 (2000-03-12) 4ABE15
Peggy reluctantly recruits Bill into a pyramid scheme and is pleasantly surprised by his superb sales abilities, but she's surprised when her for-once sincere praise for him leads to him being unable to sell anymore.
18 78 "Won't You Pimai Neighbor?" Kyounghee Lim & Boowhan Lim John Altschuler & Dave Krinsky March 19, 2000 (2000-03-19) 4ABE18
Bobby undergoes tests to find out if he is the reincarnation of the Buddhist Lama Sanglug, much to Hank's discomfort.
19 79 "Hank's Bad Hair Day" Gary McCarver Jon Vitti April 9, 2000 (2000-04-09) 4ABE19
After Hank's barber is forced to retire on account of the scarcity of business, Hank gets a haircut on the Army base from Bill, and puts Bill out of the job after lodging a complaint to the government about a $900 bill for the tonsorial procedure.
20 80 "Meet the Propaniacs" Shaun Cashman Kit Boss April 16, 2000 (2000-04-16) 4ABE17
While working for Hank during the summer at Strickland Propane (instead of going to an acting camp), Bobby, some Strickland co-workers, Dale, and Luanne form a sketch comedy troupe called The Propaniacs.
21 81 "Nancy's Boys" Tricia Garcia Jonathan Aibel & Glenn Berger April 30, 2000 (2000-04-30) 4ABE20
Nancy breaks off her adulterous affair with John Redcorn after going on a date with Dale and falling in love with him all over again.
22 82 "Flush with Power" Allan Jacobsen Alex Gregory & Peter Huyck May 7, 2000 (2000-05-07) 4ABE22
Arlen's City Council forces Hank to install low-flow toilets against his wishes when a drought hits town. Hank's anger leads him to join the local zoning board, which he discovers is rife with corruption.
23 83 "Transnational Amusements Presents: Peggy's Magic Sex Feet" Cyndi Tang-Loveland Jonathan Collier May 14, 2000 (2000-05-14) 4ABE21
After admitting her real shoe size during a night of bowling, Peggy feels ashamed of her big feet—until a self-proclaimed "foot doctor" makes Peggy an Internet star on a foot fetish website.
24 84 "Peggy's Fan Fair" Jeff Myers Alan R. Cohen & Alan Freedland May 21, 2000 (2000-05-21) 4ABE23

While attending a Nashville music festival with Hank and the guys, Peggy claims that Randy Travis stole lyrics from a song she wrote years ago.

Guest voices: Randy Travis, Brooks & Dunn, Martina McBride, Clint Black, Lisa Hartman Black, Wynonna Judd, Travis Tritt, Vince Gill, and Tony Danza.

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