Margaret J. She's the wife of Hank Hill and mother of Bobby Hill. Peggy was born in Montana to cattle ranchers, later moving to Texas. She moved to Texas as a young woman during high school  where she met Hank Hill.
Luanne is a sweet, caring, but somewhat absent-minded and over-emotional young woman. Luanne is introduced in the first episode of Season One, where she is invited to stay with the Hills, claiming her parents need space to resolve some marital difficulties. Near the end of the first episode, a tearful Luanne informs Hank and Peggy that her mother stabbed her father with a fork during an argument, leaving her mother in jail and trailer home repossessed. Early in the series, Luanne was shown to be very good with mechanics, as she solves the problem to Hank's truck in the pilot, fixes Cotton's Cadillac when he comes to visit, and is occasionally seen repairing other vehicles. Petite, shapely and blonde, Luanne is often considered a particularly beautiful young woman.
They stood motionless in the driveway drinking beer and shooting the shit. It was a daily occurrence, a tradition that you just don't screw around with. He loved to talk about his work and the others pretended to listen to gas related stories. After several minutes of silence, Hank said out of nowhere, "Strickland Propane, taste the meat, not the heat.
Jump to navigation. Rather than sitting up, he uses his tongue to scoop up the salty snack. As the daughter of mixed-status Mexican immigrants from the Bay Area suburbs, I never considered that I might have something in common with a fictional white boy from the Bible Belt. King of the Hill was once the second-longest running animated series in history behind The Simpsons.