A veterinary technician chases her dream, Kelli has an uncomfortable conversation about an applicant’s weight, and the women explore their new city.
Birthday diva Liz forces the office to go all out, Rachal makes a painful decision, and Robbie pursues a new investor as the company plans a multiparty ultimate weekend.
Carrie Underwood helps count down the 20 hottest country videos, Toby Keith’s “Should've Been a Cowboy” gets the 90s spotlight and Tim Tebow gives Dustin Lynch a pep talk.
Emmy-winning choreographer Travis Wall tests the hopefuls’ contemporary dance skills, Kelli and Judy make show group selections, and Melissa Rycroft teaches injury prevention.
As Cody and Katie count down the 20 hottest country videos from the Gulf Coast Jam, Florida Georgia Line gets back to basics, and Thomas Rhett calls out Blake Shelton.
California yogis arrive for an adventure-filled weekend, a mistake by Rosa pushes Rachal over the edge, and the Bach Weekend crew tries to lift Rachal's spirits.
Before Kelli and Judy make roster cuts, the rookies learn the famed kickline and jump splits, get fitted for the iconic uniform and face Jay Johnson's power squad training.
Pop star Meghan Trainor and country's Brett Eldredge share the stage for one night only as they collaborate on each other's hits in front of a live audience.
When a party cancels on Bach Weekend at the last minute, the crew scrambles to fill their spot with another party. Between pranks and work, the girls butt heads with JJ. Meanwhile, Robbie’s big secret comes to a head.
The first-year hopefuls get new looks on Rookie Makeover Day, DCC alumni give the candidates feedback, and Cowboys' Head Coach Jason Garrett stops by during a rehearsal.
Lack of communication leads to a waste of time and money and Robbie breaks out the “Fun Bus” when a limo scheduling mishap derails plans for a party of Broadway performers.
The returning veterans travel to the Bahamas to shoot the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders swimsuit calendar, and the rookies feel the pressure as training camp begins.
The staff pulls out all the stops for a patriotic party, Robbie confides in JJ that the company is in debt, and Liz and Rosa ignite a prank war.
A former Laker Girl who survived the Las Vegas shooting chases her dream, and the women work on their solo presentations and interviews as finals approach.
When a duo Bachelor and Bachelorette party hire Bach Weekend to plan their big Nashville send off, the crew has their work cut out for them. Meanwhile, the brides’ social media power adds another layer of stress to the crew.
© 2018 Country Music Television, Inc. All Rights Reserved. CMT and all related titles and logos are trademarks of Country Music Television, Inc.