Outsiders Inn 2008 | TV Show Watchlist
A reality show about disparate celebrities operating a bed-and-breakfast in rural Tennessee.
Premiered: August 15, 2008
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When Bobby is asked to perform at a concert in Detroit, he takes Leroy along for an eye-opening adventure. Meanwhile, Maureen and Carnie go out for a Cocke County-style night on the town with Mike and Todd.
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.
A network of "coon dog" owners checks into Pigeon Manor for a local hunting contest. Maureen and Carnie are overwhelmed by the special requests and unsavory needs of this bizarre group. Bobby is not happy --- he only likes little dogs. The three discuss what to do about "doggie guests" at the inn because Maureen thinks the previous animals at the inn were a bad experience. She wants to begin a 'no pet rule' which means she has to figure out where to put the dogs. Carnie suggests rigging up a place for them to stay on the veranda. Bobby prefers they be far away.
It is only their second day at Pigeon Manor and Maureen and the gang are already feeling the pressures of running a bed & breakfast in Tennessee. Carney's baking skills are put to the test when Maureen wants to impress the women of the Cocke County Welcoming Committee, and Bobby goes bear hunting with a couple of guests from the inn. Will our strong-willed heroes succeed, or will these Hollywood hopefuls get eaten alive?
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- Premiered: August 15, 2008
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