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Sat, Jul. 12
6:00 AM
CMT Music
[TV-PG] 
  music videos 
Sat, Jul. 12
7:00 AM
CMT Music
[TV-PG] 
  music videos 
Sat, Jul. 12
8:00 AM
CMT Music
[TV-PG] 
  music videos 
Sat, Jul. 12
9:00 AM
CMT Music
[TV-PG] 
  music videos 
Sat, Jul. 12
10:00 AM
CMT SOCIAL HOUR - 1 hr video block
[TV-PG] 
   
Sat, Jul. 12
11:00 AM
CMT Hot 20 Countdown
[TV-PG] 
Country Stampede
[TV-PG] 
There's a stampede coming to CMT Hot 20 Countdown -- a Country Stampede, that is. Enjoy this weekend's show as we travel to Manhattan, Kansas, for the annual country music festival. We'll catch up with headliner Luke Bryan, along with Jon Pardi, Easton Corbin, Joe Nichols, Tyler Farr, Randy Houser, Lee Brice and Chris Young. Also on the show, find out where the latest releases from Bryan, Kenny Chesney and Lady Antebellum debut on the countdown. We'll also tell you about Taylor Swift's most recent milestone and Miranda Lambert's homecoming party. 
Sat, Jul. 12
2:00 PM
Dukes of Hazzard
[TV-PG] 
Money To Burn
[TV-PG] 
Bo and Luke Duke (John Schneider and Tom Wopat) prepare the General Lee, their racing stock car, for the Choctaw Cross-Country Rally by running her full throttle along the Hazzard Main Road. Their biggest threat in the race is expected to be Hazzard sheriff's deputy, Enos Strate (Sonny Shroyer), who is just behind them as the boys test their car. If they can beat Enos, then they should be able to win the big race. In an office in the Bank of Hazzard, Boss Hogg (Sorrell Booke) and Sheriff Rosco Coltrane (James Best) count an even million dollars. Each year, it is Boss Hogg's duty as president of the Bank of Hazzard, to turn in all of the old dollar bills to the Federal Reserve in Atlanta. They, in turn, give Boss an even million dollars in brand new bills and destroy, by fire, the old ones. As Boss and Rosco count out the old bills, Boss realizes that it is a dreadful shame to see a million dollars burn. So he and Rosco decide that Boss' cousin Cletus (Rick Hurst) will drive the armored car to Atlanta. However, on the road to Atlanta, Cletus will set fire to the contents of the armored car. Instead of the dollar bills burning, Cletus will switch the money sacks for sacks of newspapers which he will burn in place of the real money. Boss' plan is working well as Cletus pulls off the road and sets fire to the armored car. As the smoke rises from the vehicle, Bo and Luke Duke spot the plume of smoke and rush to help. They put out the fire before much damage is done -- which destroys Boss' plan. Boss decides the Dukes will pay for being so neighborly. He and Rosco will frame them and claim that they stole the money. While the Dukes are plowing the south 40, the money is hidden throughout the house. As the Dukes sit down for dinner, Uncle Jesse (Denver Pyle) tells Bo and Luke that Daisy (Catherine Bach) is serving beans and sow belly again because they have no money. As a matter of fact, Jesse is torn between spending the last bit of money for seed or for next week's food. Bo and Luke are so confident of winning the race they tell Jesse to go ahead and buy the seed. Just then, Daisy yells from her bedroom. As she was turning her mattress, hundreds of dollars fluttered to the floor. In the kitchen, they find the cookie jar filled with money. Now Sheriff Coltrane and Deputy Enos enter the front door. They carry on an idle conversation until they are just about to leave. Then Rosco asks Jesse if they still keep the ice water in the refrigerator. Jesse nods yes, and Rosco heads for the refrigerator. When he opens the door, bills, by the hundreds come fluttering down. Rosco and Enos try to arrest Luke and Bo, but they manage to escape. Boss hopes to charge the Dukes with robbery and find some way of recovering the money for himself. He stumbles on the idea of burying the money in a false-bottomed casket and exhuming the casket at some later date. Boss ventures out to his casket works, where he cleverly builds false-bottomed caskets to run moonshine to the cities. Instead of putting moonshine into one, he'll put the money and then hold a big funeral to bury it. The Dukes are out at the casket works when Boss lays his plan. They nearly get caught but escape by hiding in caskets. Daisy goes to the formal wear store in Hazzard and rents tuxedos for the boys. When Bo and Luke return to the casket factory and mortuary, they look exactly like undertakers. They knock out the guard and take what they think is the right casket. Meanwhile, Jesse has made arrangements with the insurance company so the boys will have no charges brought against them if the money is returned. A meeting place is set, and the Dukes head for it with the casket of money. Just before they reach the site, they discover they took the wrong casket. Instead of hauling money, Bo and Luke have moonshine whiskey. Now they must bring the company men to the cemetery and the right casket. After several close calls and some assistance from Crazy Cooter (Ben Jones), they get the men to the cemetery. There, another mistake is discovered as they learn the wrong casket was brought to the cemetery. The one there should be at the crematorium -- and the one in the crematorium is the one with all the money in it. As Boss and Rosco and the Dukes look up, they see smoke rising from the crematorium furnace. But it may not be too late. They stop the conveyor belt and the casket just a few feet from the chamber. Boss is standing proud and proper, thinking the Duke boys are about to get arrested. But he is now informed they have been granted immunity. Boss is visibly disappointed, but rises to the occasion by declaring he is happy the money will be returned to the government as originally planned. Just then Rosco sits down on the conveyor belt button and quietly sends the money into the furnace. Without the old bills to turn in, the Federal Reserve will not give him the new bills. And, since they were in his possession when they were burned, he cannot claim that they were stolen. So the insurance company does not have to pay. Boss Hogg is stuck, as they say, for a cool million dollars. 
Sat, Jul. 12
3:00 PM
Dukes of Hazzard
[TV-PG] 
Route 7/11
[TV-PG] 
Bo (John Schneider) and Luke (Tom Wopat) Duke prepare their racing car, the General Lee, for the Dirt Road Classic. The General is running a little sluggish, but Cooter (Ben Jones) could have her in fighting form in a day -- for $180. That's a lot of money for the two fellows. Cooter has heard that someone at the Shiloh Motel is looking for two hotshot drivers for an eighteen-wheel truck. When the Dukes hear the job only lasts for two days, they're on their way. Meanwhile, Boss Hogg (Sorrell Booke) meets with Sheriff Rosco Coltrane (James Best). Boss knows that any eighteen-wheeler that suddenly pulls into Hazzard must have some peculiar business, especially when it's registered to Helen Hogan (Joanne Pflug). The last time Helen was in the county, Boss recalls, she was peddling stock in a non-existent dog track. Boss wants Rosco and Deputy Enos (Sonny Shroyer) to find out what she is doing. And if there is any illegal money involved, you can be sure that Boss and Rosco will make an equitable split. Bo and Luke meet Helen, show off their driving prowess and immediately get the job at $100 a day. She tells them that the truck demonstrates a newly developed shock absorber and the ride needs to be particularly smooth. The boys suspect that there is something more to this scheme than demonstrating shock absorbers, but the lure of the money makes it all seem worth taking the risk. As they drive along the highway, Luke climbs on top of the truck and looks through one of the vents. Inside the truck is one of the most elaborate mobile gaming rooms this side of Las Vegas. Luke is surprised to see an old family friend, Dewey Stovall (Paul Brinegar) gambling at one of the tables, and as far as Luke can see, he's losing. He also sees that the games are, not surprisingly, rigged. Bo and Luke act calm at the end of the trip. As far as Helen and her people are concerned, they were test-driving shocks. But after the day's haul, Bo and Luke know that they have to help Dewey get his money back. The boys also see Sheriff Rosco, perched atop a hill, observing the operation. The last thing they need is another arrest. At the Boar's Nest, Luke and Bo buy Dewey a drink and tell him that he just lost his money in a crooked operation. Luke conjures up a plan to retrieve Dewey's money, and the boys leave Stovall at the bar. Daisy (Catherine Bach), who works there, will see that Dewey gets to their house safely. Luke's plan is to outsmart the guard at the rig, sneak into the truck and steal Dewey's money from the safe. The plan seems reasonable, but Sheriff Coltrane learned what's inside the truck by paying a nighttime visit himself. In the darkness, Luke and Sheriff Coltrane find themselves together in the truck, but Coltrane thinks that the voice in the dark is his deputy, Enos. The two almost got caught inside by Helen and her men, but they burst out the back door, knocking out the guards and run off in separate directions, never actually seeing each other. With the money still in Helen's possession, the boys are forced to think of another plan. They talk Jesse (Denver Pyle) into gambling just once for his close friend Dewey. Jesse hasn't gambled in years but finally agrees that it may be the only way to retrieve the money. Luke and Bo now cross some wires in the truck to fix the roulette table and arrange a code system with Jesse. The next day, Jesse, dressed in his one suit, and Daisy, looking prettier than a Georgia peach, step into Helen's mobile casino. Jesse starts at the roulette table and, with the help of Bo in the front seat, proceeds to win a lot of money. Helen, worried that the table is not running in her favor, suggests that Jesse play another game. They move on to poker, and Jesse, knowing that this game is also rigged outfoxes Helen and takes home a bundle of money. But all this is too simple because the entire time Jesse is winning back Dewey's money, Boss Hogg and Sheriff Coltrane are just behind the truck. Fortunately, the Dukes and Cooter knew that Rosco was looking for the rig, so they painted another eighteen-wheeler to look just like Hogan's. Then, at a crucial turn, the boys switch trucks, and Rosco stops an empty truck. Rosco finally catches up with the right truck, but by now Jesse has accumulated a tidy bundle of money. Boss Hogg and Sheriff Coltrane want to confiscate the money as evidence, but Jesse manages to toss it to Luke who is in the General Lee. He and Dewey drive away. They cross the Hazzard County line, and Luke proudly announces that Dewey is safe. Even if Rosco followed them, he can't do anything to them across the county line. 
Sat, Jul. 12
4:00 PM
Dukes of Hazzard
[TV-PG] 
Double Sting
[TV-PG] 
It is dusk as the General Lee roars down the Hazzard Highway with the Duke boys, Bo (John Schneider) and Luke (Tom Wopat), at the wheel. A nondescript car pulls alongside the sporty racing car and challenges the Dukes. Suddenly, it slams into the General Lee's side. The Dukes try to teach the driver some manners, but Tom Colt (Burton Gilliam) maneuvers his car so that the General Lee is knocked into the roadside ditch. The Dukes retire to the Boar's Nest where Daisy (Catherine Bach) is tending to a large Thursday night crowd. As she tells Bo and Luke she is going to Saturday's costume ball as a bareback rider, Colt asks if he can be her horse. Daisy responds that he may just as soon as they find the front end! Bo and Luke have already recognized Colt as the driver of the renegade car. Bo hurls a punch at him, and a country brawl erupts. Sheriff Rosco Coltrane (James Best) and his deputy, Enos Strate (Sonny Shroyer) break up the scuffle and immediately arrest Bo, Luke and Colt. The next morning, Uncle Jesse (Denver Pyle) finds the boys in jail. He marches downtown with what was supposed to be the mortgage money to bail out Bo and Luke. Dr. Petticord discovers Colt has all the symptoms of the plague. Accordingly, he orders everyone in the jail be quarantined. This means that Sheriff Coltrane, Deputy Enos, Uncle Jesse, Boss Hogg (Sorrell Booke), Bo and Luke must all stay inside the Hazzard County building until further notice. Dr. Petticord reminds them that violating quarantine laws is a felony. Luke must now reach Daisy to tell her to withdraw more money from the bank and pay the mortgage payment before the farm is foreclosed. He telephones her, and she follows his instructions to go to the bank. Meanwhile, Jesse takes a good look at Colt and now suspects the fellow may be faking the symptoms. The bank is crowded, as it is payday at the mill. Daisy makes her withdrawal and recounts her money. Suddenly, two men, dressed as Laurel and Hardy (Arte Johnson and Avery Schreiber) order everyone to freeze as they rob the bank. Rose Ellen (Miriam Byrd Nethery), the teller, panics and screams. Daisy seizes the opportunity to slip out the side door. From her vantage point, she sees the men are traveling in the same recreational vehicle she saw at the Boar's Nest the night before. She now has an idea the two men in the bank are the same men who were with Colt at the Boar's Nest the night before. She can't find anyone near enough to help, so she jumps atop the recreational vehicle in hopes of catching the robbers. Daisy waves frantically as the recreational vehicle passes Cooter's (Ben Jones) garage. Cooter pursues in his tow truck. The phone rings in the police station. The caller informs Enos the bank has just been robbed by Laurel and Hardy. Rosco is certain Enos is coming down with the delirium when he hears this. Boss Hogg, who owns the bank, is particularly upset. Since both Rosco and Enos are quarantined, Rosco calls over to Choctaw County for assistance. Jesse has been thinking about their situation and is now fairly certain Colt is part of the bank robbery plan. It just seems too coincidental that the man who picks a fight in a bar should come down with symptoms of the plague and cause the entire police force to be quarantined on the mill payday. The Dukes make plans to escape. Out on a road near the lake, the recreational vehicle comes to a halt. Now all that Daisy has to do is sneak inside the recreational vehicle and get some help on the citizens band radio. But she has to do it without being caught. Irving (Arte Johnson), the thin man, catches her and presents her to Wendal (Avery Schreiber), the fat man. As Wendal puts it, "Tsk ... tsk ... young lady ... you are in a peck of trouble." The Dukes escape from the jail. Jesse prays that Colt will join them as he should lead them right to Daisy and the bank robbers. Colt rises from his bed when the Dukes escape. Cooter has filled the General Lee's gas tank, and he is waiting for the Dukes as they leave the jail. Over the CB radio they hear Sheriff Ragsdale of Choctaw, who is the meanest sheriff around. Because the Dukes are traveling with Colt, they are now accomplices to the robbery, in the eyes of the law. As the Dukes search for Daisy, Crazy Cooter arrives on the scene and offers his assistance to Daisy. Meanwhile, Colt steals the General Lee, which it turns out was part of the plan. That way, they move a CB radio and a fast car right out to Daisy and Cooter and blaze a clean trail right to the robbers. When Colt arrives by the lake, Daisy immediately recognizes that Colt is suffering from a bad case of poison ivy -- nothing more. Sheriff Ragsdale finds the robbers with the help of word relayed from Cooter to the Dukes over the CB. Rosco and Enos also approach the lake, but Ragsdale and his men arrive first. After the dust clears by the lakeside, Ragsdale and his men arrest the three criminals, while a disgruntled Rosco protests that Ragsdale has no right to make an arrest in Hazzard County. Ragsdale quotes the hot pursuit law and leaves Rosco cussing. 
Sat, Jul. 12
5:00 PM
Steve Austin's Broken Skull Challenge  My Ranch, My Rules
[TV-PG-L] 
Steve Austin invites the toughest badasses in the country to compete at his ranch in the premiere episode of Broken Skull Challenge. Eight male competitors battle head to head in Trench Warfare, the Pulverizer and the Junkyard. The last man standing takes on the Skullbuster obstacle course to attempt to set a benchmark time. Finishing the course ensures winning $10,000. 
Sat, Jul. 12
6:00 PM
Tombstone  [TV-14-LV]  The life and times of the famous cowboy outlaw turned town-taming marshall, Wyatt Earp. Story focuses on the build up to the gunfight at the OK Corral, located at the outskirts of the town of Tombstone, Arizona. Starring Kurt Russell and Val Kilmer. 
Sat, Jul. 12
9:00 PM
Dog and Beth: On the Hunt
[TV-14] 
Popcorn Bounty
[TV-PG-L] 
Dog and Beth take on the mean streets of Mobile, Alabama, when Chris McNeil of Outlaw Bail Bonds calls them into action. Chris has two bounty hunters that need a tune-up, and the stack of jumps is growing. Can Dog and Beth apply enough heat to make the fugitives pop? 
Sat, Jul. 12
10:00 PM
My Dysfunctional Family
[TV-PG] 
Daughters at War
[TV-PG] 
Family fixer Dave Vitalli heads to Alabama to help a single dad at the end of his rope with his five wild daughters. The girls have no respect for their father or each other. They're violent and out of control. Dave needs to make peace among the girls, and he must give dad a serious wake-up call before he loses his family for good.

Alan (dad) -- Alan believes his five daughters are "demon possessed." He's lost touch with them completely and has no idea what to do about it.

Love (age 20) -- Oldest daughter Love wanted out of the house so bad, she got married at 17 and moved away, but she's still close with her sisters and worries about them constantly.

Grace (age 16) -- Grace is fed up with the family and does not believe things can change. She and younger sister Goldie constantly butt heads.

Goldie (age 15) -- Goldie is a compulsive liar and an instigator in the house. She refuses to share a room, forcing younger sister Olive to sleep on the couch.

Sabbath (age 13) -- Sabbath has a mean streak and a violent temper. Her relationship with her dad is the most far-gone. They barely even speak.

Olive (age 12) -- Youngest sister Olive was daddy's little girl until recently when her older sisters' violent tendencies and penchant for cussing rubbed off on her.

 
Sat, Jul. 12
11:00 PM
Cops Reloaded
[TV-PG-L] 
Cops Reloaded ep. 22
[TV-PG-L] 
CMT showcases newly-edited episodes of television's popular reality program. The fast-paced, action-packed series features its most memorable criminals, car chases and moments. 
Sat, Jul. 12
11:30 PM
Cops Reloaded
[TV-PG-L] 
Cops Reloaded ep. 23
[TV-PG-L] 
CMT showcases newly-edited episodes of television's popular reality program. The fast-paced, action-packed series features its most memorable criminals, car chases and moments. 
Sun, Jul. 13
12:00 AM
Cops Reloaded
[TV-PG-L] 
Cops Reloaded ep. 24
[TV-PG-L] 
CMT showcases newly-edited episodes of television's popular reality program. The fast-paced, action-packed series features its most memorable criminals, car chases and moments. 
Sun, Jul. 13
12:30 AM
Cops Reloaded
[TV-PG-L] 
Cops Reloaded ep. 25
[TV-PG-L] 
CMT showcases newly-edited episodes of television's popular reality program. The fast-paced, action-packed series features its most memorable criminals, car chases and moments. 
Sun, Jul. 13
1:00 AM
Cops Reloaded
[TV-PG-L] 
Cops Reloaded ep. 26
[TV-PG-L] 
CMT showcases newly-edited episodes of television's popular reality program. The fast-paced, action-packed series features its most memorable criminals, car chases and moments. 
Sun, Jul. 13
1:30 AM
Cops Reloaded
[TV-PG-L] 
Cops Reloaded ep. 27
[TV-PG-L] 
CMT showcases newly-edited episodes of television's popular reality program. The fast-paced, action-packed series features its most memorable criminals, car chases and moments. 
Sun, Jul. 13
2:00 AM
My Dysfunctional Family
[TV-PG] 
Daughters at War
[TV-PG] 
Family fixer Dave Vitalli heads to Alabama to help a single dad at the end of his rope with his five wild daughters. The girls have no respect for their father or each other. They're violent and out of control. Dave needs to make peace among the girls, and he must give dad a serious wake-up call before he loses his family for good.

Alan (dad) -- Alan believes his five daughters are "demon possessed." He's lost touch with them completely and has no idea what to do about it.

Love (age 20) -- Oldest daughter Love wanted out of the house so bad, she got married at 17 and moved away, but she's still close with her sisters and worries about them constantly.

Grace (age 16) -- Grace is fed up with the family and does not believe things can change. She and younger sister Goldie constantly butt heads.

Goldie (age 15) -- Goldie is a compulsive liar and an instigator in the house. She refuses to share a room, forcing younger sister Olive to sleep on the couch.

Sabbath (age 13) -- Sabbath has a mean streak and a violent temper. Her relationship with her dad is the most far-gone. They barely even speak.

Olive (age 12) -- Youngest sister Olive was daddy's little girl until recently when her older sisters' violent tendencies and penchant for cussing rubbed off on her.

 
Sun, Jul. 13
3:00 AM
     
Sun, Jul. 13
3:30 AM
     
Sun, Jul. 13
4:00 AM
CMT Music
[TV-PG] 
  music videos 
Sun, Jul. 13
5:00 AM
CMT Music
[TV-PG] 
  music videos 
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