In 1997, animated US television sitcom, King of the Hill, aired ‘The Unbearable Blindness of Laying’ – a Christmas-themed episode of the show. The episode was broadcast in December, to coincide with the holidays and provide King of the Hill audiences with some festive cheer.
Due to the popularity of the episode, with audiences enjoying this dose of festive fun, Christmas episodes became a semi-regular thing on the show. Continuing in subsequent years, King of the Hill incorporated Christmas episodes into future seasons.
But if you’re new to King of the Hill, you love Christmas, and you want to seek out the holiday episodes of the show, what are the stories you need to look out for? And more importantly, how many Christmas episodes of King of the Hill are there?!
For all the details and more, keep on reading!
Every Christmas episode of King of the Hill in order
During the course of its run, King of the Hill featured 7 Christmas-themed episodes. If you wish to seek out all of the episodes, then simply follow this list:
- The Unbearable Blindness of Laying – King of the Hill: Season Two, Episode Eleven (1997)
- Pretty, Pretty Dresses – King of the Hill: Season Three, Episode Nine (1998)
- Hillennium – King of the Hill: Season Four, Episode Ten (1999)
- Twas the Nut Before Christmas – King of the Hill: Season Five, Episode Eight (2000)
- The Father, the Son, and J.C. – King of the Hill: Season Six, Episode Four (2001)
- Livin’ on Reds, Vitamin C and Propane – King of the Hill: Season Eight, Episode Seven (2003)
- Ms. Wakefield – King of the Hill: Season Nine, Episode Two (2004)
Seek out the above episodes of King of the Hill through streaming services or via TV re-runs, and you’ll have all the Christmas fun you could ever desire.
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