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Lulu Roman runs a roadside diner that features music sometimes sung by Kathie Lee Gifford one of the two "Honeys" in the title of this Hee Haw spinoff. The cute and bright Misty Rowe plays the "dumber" but more popular sister. Sometimes she sang as well. Better writing than on Hee Haw and king of charming as they all play host to a bevy of country music artists that when traveling by stop in and visit the cafe, and most importantly perform a song or two. Half hour of light fun and country performers. Written by dennis dorner

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Kathie Lee Gifford always to reference this show on "Live With Regis and Kathie". She also would reference being a "la la" girl on "Name That Tune". She would sing the notes La La instead of words for the songs. See more »

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A Favorite
18 December 2002 | by (Midnight Movie Land) – See all my reviews

I remember this show being a favorite. Plenty to look at with the "Hee Haw Honeys" and, what really stands out in my mind are the antics of Gailard Sartain as Willie Billie. This series made me take notice of him from here on out.

Country corn-pone humor with plenty of 1978-era T & A, these shows ( along with the original "Hee Haw" ) were always an interesting dichotomy as they might do a gospel number and immediately follow that with a bouncy bimbo sketch borrowed from old burlesque routines. I suppose that is the whole spirit of country music itself and the contradictions that are in it as well.

Not complaining at all, mind you. It was an enjoyable show and one I wouldn't mind seeing again someday in reruns.


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