King of the Hill: Awards


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This is a list of awards and/or nominations which King of the Hill has received.


Emmy Awards

1997
Nominated For:
- Outstanding Animated Program: "Square Peg"

1998
Nominated For:
- Outstanding Animated Program: "Texas City Twister"

1999
Won:
- Outstanding Animated Program: "And They Call It Bobby Love"

2001
Nominated for:
- Outstanding Animated Program: "Chasing Bobby"

2002
Won:
- Outstanding Voice-Over Performance: Pamela Segall Adlon as Bobby Hill, Clark Peters and Chane Wasonasong in "Bobby Goes Nuts"
Nominated for:
- Outstanding Animated Program: "Bobby Goes Nuts"


Annie Awards
(Presented by the ASIFA for excellence in the animation industry)

1997
Nominated for:
- Outstanding Achievement in an Animated Television Program
- Outstanding Individual Achievement for Directing in an Animated Television Production: John Rice for "Keepin' Up With Our Joneses"
- Outstanding Individual Achievement for Voice Acting by a Male Performer in An Animated Television Production: Mike Judge
- Outstanding Individual Achievement for Voice Acting by a Female Performer in An Animated Television Production: Brittany Murphy
- Outstanding Individual Achievement for Writing in An Animated Television Production: Paul Lieberstein for "Luanne's Saga"

1998
Nominated for:
- Outstanding Achievement in an Animated Television Program
- Outstanding Individual Achievement for Voice Acting by a Female Performer in An Animated Television Production: Kathy Najimy

1999
Nominated for:
- Outstanding Achievement in an Animated Television Program
- Outstanding Individual Achievement for Writing in An Animated Television Production: Jim Dauterive for "Hank's Cowboy Movie"

2000
Nominated for:
- Outstanding Achievement in an Animated Television Program
- Outstanding Individual Achievement for Directing in an Animated Television Production: Kyounghee Lim & Boohwan Lim for "Won't You Pimai Neighbor?"
- Outstanding Individual Achievement for Voice Acting by a Male Performer in An Animated Television Production: Mike Judge for "Hanky Panky"
- Outstanding Individual Achievement for Voice Acting by a Female Performer in An Animated Television Production: Brittany Murphy for "Movin' On Up"
- Outstanding Individual Achievement for Writing in An Animated Television Production: Garland Testa for "Aisle 8A"

2001
Won:
- Outstanding Individual Achievement for Voice Acting by a Female Performer in An Animated Television Production: Kathy Najimy for "Luanne Virgin 2.0"
Nominated for:
- Outstanding Individual Achievement for Writing in An Animated Television Production: Garland Testa for "Chasing Bobby"

2002
Won:
- Outstanding Individual Achievement for Writing in An Animated Television Production: Norm Hiscock for "Bobby Goes Nuts"
Nominated for:
- Outstanding Individual Achievement for Writing in An Animated Television Production: Kit Boss for "A Man Without a Country Club"

2003
Nominated for:
- Outstanding Individual Achievement for Writing in An Animated Television Production: Tony Gama-Lobo & Rebecca May for "Reborn to be Wild"

2004
Won:
- Outstanding Individual Achievement for Writing in An Animated Television Production: Etan Cohen for "Ceci N'est Pas Une King of the Hill"
- Outstanding Individual Achievement for Voice Acting by a Female Performer in An Animated Television Production: Brittany Murphy for "Girl, You'll Be a Giant Soon"


WGA Awards
(Presented by the Writers' Guild of America)

2003
Nominated for:
Outstanding Writing In Television Animation: Alex Gregory & Peter Huyck for "My Own Private Rodeo"


GLAAD Media Awards
(Presented by GLAAD for the best use of Gay and Lesbian themes in entertainment.)

2003
Nominated for:
Outstanding Individual Episode (In a Series Without a Regular Gay Character): "My Own Private Rodeo"


Environmental Media Awards
(Presented by the Environmental Media Association for the best presentation of environmental issues in entertainment.)

2001
Won:
Best Use of Environmental Themes in an Episodic Comedy: "It's Not Easy Being Green"

2003
Won:
Best Use of Environmental Themes in an Episodic Comedy: "I Never Promised You an Organic Garden"


Prism Awards
(Presented by the National Insitute on Drug Abuse for "the accurate depiction of drug, alcohol and tobacco use and addiction in movies, television, video, music, interactive and comic book entertainment.")

Episodes nominated: "Keepin' Up With Our Joneses" (tobacco) "Jumpin' Crack Bass" (crack) "Leanne's Saga" (alcohol) "Death and Texas" (cocaine) "The Trouble With Gribbles" (tobacco) "Bad Girls, Bad Girls, Whatcha Gonna Do" (crystal meth, ice, crank)


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