Dennis prepares to take Lambchop to the vet to be put down.
Fame or infamy? In Ringgold, Georgia, the owners and employees of JJK Security have welcomed America into their unorthodox universe as the stars of AMC s non-scripted workplace series Small Town Security, which returns for a second season Thu., May 9 at 10/9c. In the new season, Irwin goes on a sales offensive and grooms a new apprentice, the loquacious but grammatically-challenged Christa. With her Parkinson s disease in check, Joan is feeling like her frisky self once again and is finally free to let loose. Dennis continues to take exciting steps forward in his gender transition from female to male, while always maintaining his single-minded devotion to JJK and his beloved Joan. As always, Brian keeps the proverbial trains running on time, while Lambchop, Joan's terror of a Chihuahua, keeps up a steady pace of napping, snapping and leg-humping. The rabbit hole continues to run deep in the darkly funny world of Small Town Security. Executive produced by Ken Druckerman and Banks Tarver from Left/Right (This American Life, Boomtown, Mob Wives).
Small Town Security Returns Thu., May 9 at 10/9c.
Trailer for the documentary Musicwood.
Musicwood is a modern twist on a classic story; an urgent battle between the white man and Native Americans, where age-old land disputes upend our simplistic view of the past. The Musicwood documentary follows Bob Taylor (Taylor Guitars), Chris Martin (Martin Guitars), and Dave Berryman of Gibson Guitars - as they unite as a group, drop their competitive differences and travel together into the heart of the largest coastal temperate rain forest in the world. They have to negotiate with Native American loggers to save the centuries old Sitka Spruce trees, before it's too late. The film documents the guitar-makers' struggle to build a relationship with the Native Americans that acknowledges the injustices of their past but fights to preserve the forest for our future. Featuring The Antlers, Steve Earle, Kaki King, Lambchop, Turin Brakes, and Yo La Tengo.
Shari Lewis and Lambchop sing a song.
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