King of the Hill: Season 9 (2004 - 2005)


Season 9
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Air date: Nov 7, 2004

In the ninth-season opener, Peggy's estranged mother summons her home to their Montana ranch, where Henry Winkler (cameo) is an uncooperative neighbor. Maddy: Joanna Gleason. Kathy Najimy, Mike Judge, Pamela S. Adlon.

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Air date: Dec 19, 2004

Marion Ross plays an elderly woman who once lived in the Hills' house and returns for the holidays---to die there. And that gives Dale a business idea. Kathy Najimy, Mike Judge, Stephen Root.

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Air date: Jan 16, 2005

Hank accompanies Cotton and his new friend Bill to Mexico to try to keep them from buying timeshare properties. But the salesmen are determined. Toby Huss, David Herman, Sal Lopez.

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Air date: Jan 23, 2005

Hank's immaculately manicured front lawn is as good as gone when Peggy tries to horn in on the glory with her own contributions. Mike Judge, Kathy Najimy, Toby Huss.

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Air date: Jan 30, 2005

Hank's fight to correct an error on his driver's license is a red flag to newly patriotic Dale, who reports Hank as a threat to national security. Johnny Hardwick, Ashley Gardner, Mike Judge.

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Air date: Feb 13, 2005

Jason Bateman plays a veterinarian who takes every expensive precaution as Hank becomes foster father to a GI's problematic pet. Stephen Root, Mo Collins, Mike Judge.

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Air date: Feb 20, 2005

Hank cringes when an employee with personal problems turns to him for solace. Danny Trejo, Mike Judge, Breckin Meyer.

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Air date: Mar 6, 2005

Hank's lapsed insurance policy puts him in an overprotective state, while Bill and Boomhauer carelessly experiment with deep-frying. Brittany Murphy, Breckin Meyer, Stephen Root.

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Air date: Mar 13, 2005

Covert work by Hank and the boys turns a befuddled groundskeeper into a hero when his field is credited with hampering opponents. Christopher Lloyd, Tom Petty, Mac Davis.

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Air date: Mar 27, 2005

Peggy follows Luanne onto a roller-derby team, where the tight-fisted owner prompts her to lead a revolt and form a team on borrowed money. Tom Petty, Dave Thomas, Mo Collins, Stephnie Weir.

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Cast & Crew

Pamela S. Adlon
Bobby Hill
Brittany Murphy
Luanne Platter
Kathy Najimy
Peggy Hill
Stephen Root
Buck Strickland
Mike Judge
Hank Hill
Johnny Hardwick
Dale Gribble
Timm Sharp
Man with Snake
Trace Adkins
Elvin Mackleston
Mo Collins
Receptionist
Toby Huss
Kahn Souphanousinphone Sr.
Ajay Naidu
Delivery Guy
Marion Ross
Ms. Wakefield
Ashley Gardner
Nancy Hicks Gribble
Breckin Meyer
Joseph Gribble
Howard Klein
Executive Producer
Greg Daniels
Executive Producer
Mike Judge
Executive Producer
John Altschuler
Executive Producer
Dave Krinsky
Executive Producer
Michael Rotenberg
Executive Producer
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Critic Reviews for King of the Hill Season 9

Audience Reviews for King of the Hill: Season 9

  • Jan 09, 2021
    An abbreviated season at only 15 episodes, but still consistently strong, and maybe even better than the previous two years.

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