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"The McEntire Truth" is the sixth episode in Season 2 of Bless the Harts, being the sixteenth episode overall.

Plot

When Marjune receives all the attention at a funeral by passing off a famous tale as her own life story, Betty and Crystalynn join forces to take her down. Meanwhile, Violet and David do everything possible to get out of training for the presidential physical fitness test.

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Notes/Trivia

  • This episode was originally supposed to air with Season 1, but was heldover to Season 2.
  • The title is a reference to the saying "The Entire Truth", and Reba McEntire's last name.
  • This is the only episode in the first production cycle (1BPJxx) where Jesus Christ does not appear, although Kumail Nanjiani is credited.
  • This is the only episode in the 1BPJxx production cycle to credit the new name of Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation, 20th Television, as copyright holder. This is likely due to the studio revising the credits and re-recording Mayor Webb’s lines for Jon Hamm.

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Bless the Harts episodes

Season Episodes
1 "Hug N' Bugs" • "Can't Get There from Here" • "Jenny Unfiltered" • "Cremains of the Day" • "Trash Twins" • "Pig Trouble in Little Greenpoint" • "Myrtle Beach Memoirs" • "Mega-Lo-Memories" • "Miracle on Culpepper Slims Boulevard" • "Tying the Not"
2 (order subject to change) "Violet's Secret" • "The Last Supper" • "My Best Frenda" • "Dead Mall" • "Pound Pinchers" • "The McEntire Truth" • "Mega-Lo-Memories: Part Deux" • "Pumped" • "Invasion of the Potty Snatcher"
Unknown season "Crappy Death Day" • "Back in the High Life" • "The Dogchurian Candidate" • "Trollin' with the Homies" • "Nose Bud" • "Dance Dance Resolution" • "Easter's 11" • "Hot Tub-tation" • "Hoot 'n Haw" • "The Drincan Temple"
See also: Episode Guide
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