Three days ago I discovered there is a television show called “Sweet Home Alabama”. It is a dating show built around the theme of “Cultural Warfare” the major theme you will find in this blog. For years I have been threatening to turn this blog into a Reality Show, especially after my daughter mated with a fake NASCAR drunk whose daddy is a Tea Party Crazy living in Texas. Bill Cornwell is a chip off the old block, and my daughter Heather – the country western singer – could have been a contestant on this show when she was younger. At least she would have been wooed by some City Slicks verses the Yokels she’s been bonding with in Santa Rosa because there is a cultural fight over these Southern Belles, just like the fight I had over Rena Christensen and Dottie Witherspoon. Dottie is kin to Reese Witherspoon who starred in the movie this show is name after. Here is my prophetic post where I title members of the Tea Party “insane” in 2011. Most members of my family, and most of my friends, have been calling me insane.
Once again my family is out of the dough due to the cultural warfare they have been waging against me with the help of outsiders. They just don’t want me to succeed. I got no one on my side. The Galls turned on me when their son died in August. I was not invited to Jon Gall’s memorial held in the Gall backyard. When I asked Mark Gall why I wasn’t allowed to say goodbye to my friend, he told me I would not get along with HIS NEW friends who are radical Christians, Zionists, and Tea Party admirers. I then find out other old friends were not invited. It just so happens we are Democrats.
To top it off, Mark did a transference and is hanging around the Eugene Art Scene waving his big wad of dough, because, you can’t take it with you, and, he has no Heir. I told Mark to stay away from my daughter – and my fellow Bohemian artists – lest they fall into temptation and start kissing his Harvard Educated Hillbilly Ass to get some funding for some cultural event.
MOBILE, Alabama – It’s official: The romantic reality show “Sweet Home Alabama” is back for a fourth season, and CMT plans to air it in November.
Production began this week, according to information released by CMT, and is again based in the Fairhope area.
The show premiered in July 2011 and drew such strong response that CMT aired three seasons virtually back to back. The show’s formula mixed dating with a country-versus-city dynamic: At the center of the action is one man or woman, working to find the right match from a crop of about 20 suitors. Those are divided between people with more rural, mostly Southern backgrounds and competitors with more cosmopolitan origins from elsewhere in the country. (There have been exceptions, such as Southerners from major cities and farmers from the Midwest.)
This time around, according to CMT, 11 city slickers and 11 country guys will vie for the affections of a Southern belle named Kelsey. According to a report at http://www.examiner.com, that’s Kelsey Dee Smith of Tuscaloosa, who works as a model in California.
Many coastal Alabama locations were used as backdrops on the show, from Ladd-Peebles Stadium and Bellingrath Gardens in Mobile to the Flora-Bama and other sites throughout Baldwin County. Deep South Speedway has announced that the show’s production crew will be present this Saturday.
In September 2011, belle Devin Grissom picked Adam Moyer from a crop of 20 beaux. Runner-up Tribble Reese of Birmingham went on to become the star of the second season, which aired from October 2011 through December 2011; Tristan Smith of Robertsdale was his choice. Paige Duke was at the center of the third season, which started in January 2012 with 22 guys. In the end, she picked Minnesota farmer Jeremiah James Korfe over Geneva cattleman Bubba Thompson.
In addition to setting viewership records for CMT, the show generated spinoffs: “Southern Nights” aired on CMT; “Dukes of Cattle,” with a cast including Thompson and fellow “Sweet Home Alabama” veteran Cody Harris, aired on the National Geographic Channel. Thompson also recently released a book co-written with “Sweet Home Alabama” producer Andrew Glassman, “The Cowboy Code: How a Lady Should be Treated, and How to Get Your Man to Treat You the Cowboy Way.”
According to CMT, the fourth season of “Sweet Home Alabama” will premiere Nov. 8.