1 September 2006
In the premiere episode, Kenny Rogers puts on a collar as he takes on the role of a preacher at the funeral for a woman who was hated by everyone in town.
Season 1, Episode 2: Sara Evans8 September 2006
Sara Evans appears as a special guest on "Celebrity Deer Hunter," a cable access show hosted by ne'er-do-well hunters Willy and Billy.
15 September 2006
Things go well for Trace Adkins as he auditions dancers for the grand opening of his new honky-tonk, "Badonkadonk."
Joe Nichols takes on the role of preacher presiding over the death-bed wedding of El Paso Record Label's founder Albert Sanchez, in a comedy soap opera sketch that gets crazier by the second.
Billy Currington appears in the recurring "Family Reunion" sketch where his redneck cousins work hard to separate Billy from his wallet.
In an effort to confront Foxworthy's denial that he spends too much time with his wife, Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry spearhead an intervention after they find a copy of the self-help book, "Sometimes Your Wife Is Right" in Foxworthy's truck.
27 October 2006
Brett and Brad Warren's manager brings in "American Idol" runner-up Clay Aiken into the studio for a duet with the brothers, but creative differences seem insurmountable as Aiken tries to go country.
3 November 2006
Jack Ingram appears in the recurring "Family Reunion" sketch, where quirky family members attempt to piggy back on his recent success, but instead find themselves alienating the country star.
10 November 2006
Foxworthy goes to the doctor for a routine exam, but it doesn't go quite as planned when his doctor loses his new fancy watch-phone and both are shocked when they discover where it was lost.
17 November 2006
In the finale, Hank Williams Jr. steals the show as only Bocephus can, when he appears on "Celebrity Deer Hunter" with Willy-n-Billy.
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