Family members compete for a patriarch's prized Kansas ranch.
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Tony Noakes ...
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Kristin Holinsworth ...
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Bill Long Jr. ...
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Bill Long Sr. ...
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Penny Long ...
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Josh Magee ...
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Bette Miller ...
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Scott Miller ...
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Ashley Mutrux ...
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Mickey Nelson ...
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Danielle Pino ...
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Crystal Salas ...
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Family members compete for a patriarch's prized Kansas ranch.

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Where there's a will there's a war.

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The ratings for the premiere episode were among the worst ratings in US television history. The show was canceled immediately. See more »

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So cheesy, but so good...
24 February 2005 | by (NJ) – See all my reviews

Fine. This show was absolutely terrible. Bill Long, a real estate developer, put the rights to his ranch up in this show. Then, 10 of his family members and friends would compete for the rights to it. They completed inane challenges, like holding a piggy bank while leaning on a safe, or doing various ranch chores, and all of this has nothing to do with winning a ranch! Just hire people. OK. The elimination process worked like this- The person or people that won the task would start a chain. They would pick someone to stay, then that new person would pick someone, etc. So the least popular person goes. So the tasks are irrelevant. This show was pointless, and still is, and will remain as TV's darkest reality moment- even worse than "Who Wants to Marry a Millionaire".


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