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Still The King features Billy Ray Cyrus as Vernon Brownmule, aka "Burnin' Vernon," a scandal-ridden, washed-up, one-hit-wonder who was kicked out of country music, only to emerge 20 years later as the second best Elvis impersonator around. After crashing into an old country church sign during a drunken bender, he is arrested and sentenced to return and serve as the church's handyman as part of his parole. Along the way, he pretends to be the congregation's new minister and reconnects with a former one-night-stand (Joey Lauren Adams), when he learns he has a 15-year-old daughter (Madison Iseman) he's never met.
I love Billy Ray and Elvis, so it was exciting to watch Still the King. At first. The episode on Aug. 14th mad be mad!! I never in my life thought I would hear such language come from Bully's mouth. I didn't even watch the entire show. And..I deleted it from my recordings list.
I see no reason Vernon could not have gone on his drunken stupor without all the bad language.
I am a woman in my 70s, and if the producers are trying to get and keep a younger audience, well I guess they have succeeded. I doubt if I am the only person in my age group to feel this way...such a shame, because I really was enjoying the show!
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