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Celebrity Watchlist: Trace Adkins Goes to Bat for Eastbound & Down and Candid Reality TV

Kenny Powers vs. Trace Adkins?If the country star had his wish, it could happen."[I love] Eastbound & Down. It's funny as hell," Adkins, a former little leaguer, tells TVGuide.com. It's the one show he'd love to appear on.Check out photos of Trace AdkinsWhen he's not tuning into Eastbound & Down, Adkins, who can be seen next in The Lincoln Lawyer, satiates his TV sports appetite ...

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Kenny Powers vs. Trace Adkins?
If the country star had his wish, it could happen.
"[I love]Eastbound & Down. It's funny as hell," Adkins, a former little leaguer, tells TVGuide.com. It's the one show he'd love to appear on.

Check out photos of Trace Adkins

When he's not tuning into Eastbound & Down, Adkins, who can be seen next in The Lincoln Lawyer, satiates his TV sports appetite with SportsCenter. But, ironically, he doesn't have his dial turned to it during baseball season. "[I watch it] during football season. I love football," he says.

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Sports programs aside, the singer, who made his acting debut in a 2004 episode of Yes, Dear, enjoys reality shows the most. On his must-watch list: Billy the Exterminator, America's Funniest Home Videos and Les Stroud's now-defunct Survivorman.

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"Billy the Exterminator is shot in my hometown — Shreveport, La.," Adkins explains. "[AFHV] because I love to laugh with my kids. ... And Les is my hero."The reality fare is a far cry from what Adkins grew up watching — TV's longest running drama (tied with Law & Order), Gunsmoke — although the Western did feel real in one way.

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"My father and Matt Dillon seemed like brothers," he says.