Programming Highlights September 15—21, 2008


GONE COUNTRY 2 (episode 6) - PREMIERE!
It’s one thing to have a home cooked country meal but it’s another thing when you have to hunt for the meal yourself - especially when you’re using a bow and arrow! Country star and bow-hunting expert Tracy Byrd gives the cast a lesson in bow-hunting and you won’t believe the meal they get! Later, JR invites the cast to his private club, but this isn’t a social call – it’s demo time for the cast to sing their songs-in-progress! JR strips their songs and performances down to the bone and makes it very clear that Going Country requires hard work and dedication. There can only be one winner in this game! Premieres Friday, September 19 at 8:00 p.m., ET/PT

OUTSIDER’S INN begins when McCormick discovers an inn, dubbed Pigeon Manor, which overlooks the Great Smoky Mountains and decides to lease it with the option to buy. Realizing the gravity of this undertaking, McCormick brings in Brown and Wilson to assist her in this new endeavor. In this episode, a therapist is coming to the Inn to treat a group of patients. The patients turn out to be celebrity impersonators suffering from identity crises. Unaware that the inn is run by actual celebrities, confusion sets in among the patients, the doctor and the locals regarding the legitimacy of Bobby, Maureen and Carney’s identities. The therapist offers Maureen an opportunity to deal with lingering identity issues from her years of playing Marcia Brady on the Brady Bunch. Premieres Friday, September 19 at 8:30 p.m., ET/PT

What makes a home video “country friedComedian Bill Engvall hosts CMT’s half-hour series, COUNTRY FRIED HOME VIDEOS. Now in its fourth season, the series features real home videos shot by real people, showing what real Americans do for fun. Premieres Friday, September 19 at 9:00 p.m., ET/PT

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