After the criminal that went to jail because of Chris' identification breaks out, the entire family is sent to live in the deep south as part of the Witness Protection Program. The family must make adjustments, but discover that life in the country isn't so bad. Peter and Brian get jobs with the local police force, Meg finds herself the most popular girl in school, and Chris finds himself feeling the first stirrings of love for his new friend Sam. Written by
Jean-Marc Rocher <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Did You Know?
The character of Herbert (the old man with a crush on Chris who lives on Spooner Street) first appeared in this episode, and then in "From Method to Madness" before the show was canceled in 2002. In the three years that followed, he became such a popular character among fans that he appeared frequently since the show began airing new episodes in 2005. And the running gag with his creepy demeanor is that his name rhymes with "pervert". See more
The DVD version of "To Love and Die in Dixie" subtitles the Narrator as "Uncle Jesse". It is actually the voice of the late Waylon Jennings, as "The Balladeer". See more
Hey uh Lois, I don't get how this works. It's just a hole. I don't think it goes anywhere. No, it definitely doesn't go anywhere.
[Bird hits the outhouse, knocking it over
Ugh! Oh God! It's everywhere! Ugh! It's in my raccoon wounds! Oh God!
Spoofs Hee Haw