Mud Lovin' Rednecks - Netflix
Journey deep into the heart of Alabama and meet a down home gang of childhood friends as they attempt to start a first time mud bog business on their property. A popular form of entertainment, mud bogging combines big four-wheel trucks, fun competitions in the mud, family atmosphere, and a whole lot of mud. Anna, aka "Lil Bit," and her husband Bo, have joined forces with best friends Bubba and his fiancée Audrey, aka "Fat Legs," to transform their muddy land into a booming business called Mountain Creek Mud Bog. While their successful grand opening kicks off the summer season and brings in the bucks, this gang knows that if they don't step it up for the second bog, their new venture will be closed before it even starts.
With the stakes running high and the next bog right around the corner, the group splits up the to-do list, everything from promotion and advertising, to fishing for catfish and landscaping. They even have plans to organize a Miss Mountain Creek Contest and build multi-level "rock crawl" where tough four-wheel trucks can test their horsepower. Anything goes with these fearless friends as they rely on good 'ole redneck ingenuity to get the prep work done. But when a night on the town turns into a jealous blow out between Fat Legs and Bubba, it threatens to derail everyone's plans. Can these inexperienced twenty somethings get it together in time to prove themselves at their second mud bog, or will Mountain Creek Mud Bog become the laughing stock of Marbury, Alabama.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Mud Lovin' Rednecks - List of songs about Oklahoma - Netflix
This is a list of songs about the U.S. state of Oklahoma, Oklahomans and Oklahoma locations.
Mud Lovin' Rednecks - M - Netflix
“M'en revenant de l'Oklahoma” – Paul Brunelle, 1969. In Québécois French. Later recorded by Normand Grenier, 2004. “Man from Oklahoma” – written by Sanford Green and June Carroll for the 1945 movie The Man from Oklahoma, performed by Roy Rogers and the Sons of the Pioneers and other cast members in the film. “Mannford, Oklahoma” – Lee Hazlewood, recorded 1967, released only in Germany and Scandinavia in 1968. “Mehan, Oklahoma” – James Talley, 1974. “Moffet, Oklahoma” – written by Curtis Leach and Claude McBride, recorded by Charlie Walker, 1967. “Moonlight in Oklahoma” – Smokey Wood and His Woodchips, 1937/8. “My Chickashay Gal” – Spade Cooley and Smokey Rogers, 1945. Recorded by Roy Rogers, 1947. “My Little Okie Sweetheart” – Floyd Davis. “My Oklahoma” – written by Cheryl Young (a.k.a. Terrye Newkirk). Recorded by Steve Young, 1972, Country Gazette, 1973, and Riders in the Sky, 1987. “My Oklahoma” – Clay Greenberg, 2000. (Greenberg's and Young's/Newkirk's songs are two completely different compositions.) “My Oklahoma Angel Love” – Charles Manson, recorded 1980s, released 1999. “My Oklahoma Home” – Gene Autry, 1929. “My Oklahoma Home” – written by Reed Mathis, recorded by him with Tea Leaf Green, 2011. “My Oklahoma Home Blowed Away” – Sis Cunningham and her brother Bill, recorded most famously by Pete Seeger, 1961, and on a Seeger tribute CD by Bruce Springsteen, as “My Oklahoma Home,” 2006. “My Oklahoma Lullaby” – Tom Paxton, 2002. “My Oklahoma Rose” – Billy Hayes and Marty Symes, recorded by Wilf Carter (Montana Slim), in 1951, released in 1952. “My Pathway Leads to Oklahoma” – written by Tracy Schwarz (as “My Pathway Leads to Pennsylvania”); lyrics modified and recorded by Bill Grant and Delia Bell, 1978. “My Pony Knows the Way” – Tom Paxton, 2002. “My Rose of Oklahoma” – Goldwing Express recorded “Oklahoma Rose,” written by Jesse McReynolds, under this title, 1998.
Mud Lovin' Rednecks - References - Netflix