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I don't watch any of these types of shows, but my one sister just raved about how crazy this one was, and so I watched and got hooked. Its just funny. But she also watches Swamp Loggers (or maybe People? I can't remember now), Hillbilly Handfishin, along with other crazy shows like that. I guess its our new entertainment.
I grew up around Phil and Miss Kay and I find it very cool that everyone is having a FIT over the show! I am from West Monroe, La. so when I watch and it makes me feel sooo at home since I now live in Central Illinois. Phil's oldest son Al, married my dh and I and they are really a GREAT bunch of folks and the best thing about it is they are good christian folks. They were VERY unhappy with the "bleeps" the producers put in the first show because they do not use that type of language. As for Uncle Si, I think Vietnam left him a little confused... Very cool that good things have happend to a good family!
"Friends don't let Friends Shop Alone!"
I too am a BIG fan of this show. I cannot believe the situations these "boys" get into. My favorite episode was the one where Phil & Si teach the grand children (all girls) to skin and fillet a catfish. Grilled Cheese! Grilled Cheese! Grilled Cheese!
I agree. I seem to not watch when it's on at it's regular time. But love watching when they do a marathon. I just saw the episode where the wives decide to make a "full figure" apron and can't get it to work. Then Si comes in sits down at the sewing machine and whips one out. And how he says he can (and has) sewn just about anything. Love his ice tea cup.