Husband and wife Waylon Jennings and Jessi Colter mean business with their performance of Colter's "I Ain't the One," the flip side of the pair's hit single "Suspicious Minds." Waylon and the Waylors give "outlaw" treatment to "Good Hearted Woman" and "Me and Bobby McGee," while Jessi previews her biggest hit, "I'm Not Lisa." Also stopping by is baseball great Johnny Bench who joins in on the "Hee Haw" fun.
It's classic Kornfield Kounty fun, with laughs by the barrel dished up by Roy Clarke and Buck Owens in this hilarious, historic episode. Waylon Jennings and his wife Jessi Colter, leaders of the '70s country music outlaw movement, deliver an unforgettable performance of their duet "I Ain't the One," and Jessi gives a preview of what would become her biggest hit, "I'm Not Lisa." These music luminaries are joined by a special guest, baseball great Johnny Bench, who drops by for a laugh. Corny gags and top-notch music comprised this endearing, long-enduring show, and this episode boasts some of the program's most legendary personalities.
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