"Get Your Freak Off"
November 3, 2002
The Texas 'toon rounds up a bunch of guest voices for the seventh-season premiere, in which Hank clashes with liberal parents. When father and son attend a clean-cut boy-band concert, Hank is shocked to find Bobby imitating suggestive dance moves with his new friend, Jordan (Eliza Dushku.) His reaction unsettles Jordan's parents (Debra Messing, David Herman), a "progressive"? couple who are allowing their daughter to have a coed slumber party. Despite Hank's refusal, Bobby wants to go and gets help from Peggy, who has her own reasons for wanting Hank to lighten up. Elizabeth Perkins also lends her voice as a freethinking mom; Milla Jovovich plays her daughter, Serena.
"The Fat and the Furious"
November 10, 2002
Pamela Anderson plays a competitive-eating groupie who encourages Bill to enter a hot-dog-eating contest, supported by fan Kid Rock.
"Bad Girls, Bad Girls Whatcha Gonna Do"
November 17, 2002
Connie's delinquent cousin (Lucy Liu) captivates Bobby, who's oblivious when she turns their science project into a drug lab.
"Dances with Dogs"
December 1, 2002
A dog-dancing contest pits Hank and Ladybird against Bobby and Connie's dog, while Bill tries to partner with a rottweiler.
"The Son Also Roses"
December 8, 2002
Bobby's preference for gardening over gridiron irks Hank, until he enters Bobby in a rose-growing contest. Betty White and Michael Clarke Duncan are guest voices.
"Texas Silksaw Episode"
December 15, 2002
Hank is ordered to take an anger-management class after accidentally cutting one of Dale's fingers off. Dale claims it was retaliation for his causing Hank's kitchen floor to collapse.
"Full Metal Dust Jacket"
January 5, 2003
Seeking an invitation to a book club, Peggy takes over the lease for a bookstore, where business is a bust - until she lets Dale sell guns there, too.
January 12, 2003
Danny Masterson and Topher Grace (That '70s Show), Tom Arnold and Chuck Mangione are guest voices as Dale exterminates at the Megalomart, thanks to an endorsement from a reluctant Hank.
February 2, 2003
Carmen Electra, Bruce Dern and George Foreman are guest voices as Luanne becomes a boxer and, buoyed by success in fixed fights, challenges George's daughter.
February 9, 2003
Worried about how Dale is raising Joseph, John Redcorn asks Hank to take the boy he fathered on a Native American rite of passage.
February 16, 2003
Jennifer Aniston and Jamie Kennedy supply guest voices in this episode about Hank and Peggy's marriage hitting a bump in the road. When Hank makes weekend plans without consulting Peggy, the fallout drives them to a marriage counselor (Kennedy), whom Dale recommends because "He always takes my side." The therapist learns that one of the couple's dreams is to own his-and-hers motorcycles, and suggests they buy one and share it in an effort to bring them together. But his plan backfires when, on the advice of a motorcycle mama (Aniston) and her man (David Herman), the pair head to Sturgis, S.D., for an annual biker gathering.
"Love Hurts...and So Does Art"
March 2, 2003
Bobby's overindulgence in deli food takes priority over escorting Connie to a dance, while Hank's medical photos are on display at an art gallery.
"An Officer and a Gentle Boy"
March 9, 2003
To toughen up Bobby, Hank decides to send him to Cotton's old boot camp, unaware that lawsuits have altered the severe conditions.
"The Miseducation of Bobby Hill"
March 16, 2003
Despite a lack of seasoning that Hank deems mandatory, Bobby becomes a whiz at selling propane grills; Bill takes an inadvertent balloon ride.
"The Good Buck"
March 30, 2003
Kicked out by his wife, Hank's hard-living boss, Buck, turns to religion, assisted by his personal Bible coach: Luanne.
"I Never Promised You An Organic Garden"
April 13, 2003
Peggy takes over the organic garden at Bobby's school, but an insect infestation threatens her hope of making the post permanent.
"Be True to Your Fool"
April 27, 2003
After inadvertently spreading lice to his buddies, a shunned and depressed Bill winds up in jail, where his popularity soars.
May 4, 2003
Bernie Mac lends his voice for this episode in which he accuses Hank's dog of racism. Mac plays Mack, a handyman who's called to the Hill home after Hank's installation of a new water heater proves dangerously faulty. Although the blow to Hank's ego is beyond repair, Mack gets to work on the appliance. But Hank's dog Ladybird looms, making bare-teeth growls that the visitor interprets as a hatred of black people. "Preposterous," says Hank, moments before Ladybird launches a Mack attack. A shaken Hank takes Ladybird to a trainer, who claims the pooch is picking up subconscious cues from her master and issues an odd form of therapy - for Hank.