Foxworthy's Big Night Out

Foxworthy's Big Night Out

  • 2006
  • 1 Season
  • 6.3  (40)

Foxworthy's Big Night Out is a variety comedy series that first aired 2006. The series is presented by the hit comedian Jeff Foxworthy. The series follows the comedian as he presents an amazing comedy show in front of a live audience. This includes standup performances by Jeff Foxworthy, and other comedians who follow his

Foxworthy's Big Night Out
Filter by Source

Seasons
Hank Jr. Finale
12. Hank Jr. Finale
November 17, 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 (Foxworthy and Caldwell). After some of the funniest hunting stories ever told in a deer stand, Willy-n-Billy challenge Hank Jr. to a round of "What Stinks the Most?" Hank Jr. also shares childhood memories with Foxworthy and performs his new single, "Stir It Up.""
Blake Shelton
11. Blake Shelton
November 10, 2006
Foxworthy goes to the doctor (Oldring) 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. Complications arise when the doctor's next appointment (Blake Shelton) arrives and needs to borrow the phone to do a radio interview. Shelton also performs his new song, Don't Make Me.""
Jack Ingram
10. Jack Ingram
November 3, 2006
Jack Ingram appears in the recurring Family Reunion" sketch, where quirky family members (Foxworthy, Dillman, Oldring, Erickson and Caldwell) attempt to piggy back on his recent success, but instead find themselves alienating the country star. Ingram performs his single "Love You.""
Warren Brothers
9. Warren Brothers
October 27, 2006
Brett and Brad Warren's manager (Caldwell) brings in American Idol" runner-up Clay Aiken (Oldring) into the studio for a duet with the brothers, but creative differences seem insurmountable as Aiken tries to go country. The Warren Brothers perform their song, "Where Did I Go Right?"."
Montgomery Gentry
8. Montgomery Gentry
October 20, 2006
In an effort to confront Foxworthy's denial that he spends too much time with his wife (Dillman), 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. Montgomery Gentry performs their single "She Don't Tell Me To.""
Billy Currington
7. Billy Currington
October 13, 2006
Billy Currington appears in the recurring Family Reunion" sketch where his redneck cousins (Foxworthy, Dillman, Oldring, Erickson and Caldwell) work hard to separate Billy from his wallet. Currington performs his new song "Good Directions.""
Joe Nichols
6. Joe Nichols
October 6, 2006
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. As Alamo Sanchez (Foxworthy) and his family attempt to stop the wedding, and hijack the family's fortune in the process, Preacher Joe Nichols tires to get his big break singing before Albert Sanchez passes away. Joe Nichols performs his hit song, Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off.""
The Wreckers
5. The Wreckers
September 29, 2006
Michelle Branch and Jessica Harp join a construction crew of women who happen to have a love of pot-bellied men, and spend their down time rating the bellies of any man who crosses their path. The Wreckers perform their hit, Leave the Pieces.""
Pat Green
4. Pat Green
September 22, 2006
Pat Green returns home for a very special family reunion-where some of his super-redneck cousins (Foxworthy, Dillman, Oldring, Erickson and Caldwell) try to weasel their way into his entourage, his bed and his bank account! Green also performs his new single, Feels Just Like It Should.""
Trace Adkins
3. Trace Adkins
September 15, 2006
Things go well for Trace Adkins as he auditions dancers for the grand opening of his new honky-tonk, Badonkadonk," until an aging dancer named "Kitty Pants" shows up for the job, and won't take no for an answer. Adkins performs his new single "Ladies Love Country Boys.""
Sara Evans
2. Sara Evans
September 8, 2006
Sara Evans appears as a special guest on Celebrity Deer Hunter," a cable access show hosted by ne'er-do-well hunters Willy (Foxworthy) and Billy (Shane Caldwell). While Evans tries to promote her latest single, Willy and Billy are more interested in getting Evans to promote their new hunting products. Evans also performs her new song, "You'll Always Be My Baby.""
Kenny Rogers
1. Kenny Rogers
September 1, 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. Rogers also takes on Foxworthy as a new duet partner for his hit Islands in the Stream" and then sings his latest single, "The Last Ten Years."
Description

Foxworthy's Big Night Out is a variety comedy series that first aired 2006. The series is presented by the hit comedian Jeff Foxworthy. The series follows the comedian as he presents an amazing comedy show in front of a live audience. This includes standup performances by Jeff Foxworthy, and other comedians who follow hisFoxworthy's Big Night Out is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (12 episodes). The series first aired on September 1, 2006.

Where to Watch Foxworthy's Big Night Out

Foxworthy's Big Night Out is available for streaming on the Country Music Television website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Foxworthy's Big Night Out on demand at Amazon.

  • Premiere Date
    September 1, 2006
  • IMDB Rating
    6.3  (40)