Designing Women

Season 4 Episode 4

Nightmare From Hee Haw

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Aired Monday 9:30 PM Oct 16, 1989 on CBS
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Nightmare From Hee Haw
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The Sugarbaker women and their mates take a canoe trip in the Georgia backwoods, which turns into a nightmare when they encounter some good ol' boys.

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Meshach Taylor

Meshach Taylor

Anthony Bouvier

Annie Potts

Annie Potts

Mary Jo Shively

Delta Burke

Delta Burke

Suzanne Sugarbaker (Seasons 1-5)

Dixie Carter

Dixie Carter

Julia Sugarbaker

Jean Smart

Jean Smart

Charlene Frazier Stillfield (Seasons 4-5)

Dub Taylor

Dub Taylor

Daddy Jones

Guest Star

M.C. Gainey

M.C. Gainey

Junior Jones

Guest Star

S.A. Griffin

S.A. Griffin

Nub Jones

Guest Star

Hal Holbrook

Hal Holbrook

Reese Watson

Recurring Role

Douglas Barr

Douglas Barr

Colonel William "Bill" Stillfield

Recurring Role

Richard Gilliland

Richard Gilliland

James Dean "J.D." Shackelford

Recurring Role

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  • QUOTES (2)

    • Julia: All right. That's it. Now you listen to me, and you listen good. We have had just about as much of you people as we gonna take. I don't know what glacier you stepped out of, but my advice to you is to take yourself and your three slack-jawed sons down to the nearest mental health clinic.

    • Mary Jo: I tell you something, I think after dinner we girls oughta get ourselves some big ol' toothpicks and just sit back and pick our teeth. What do you men folk think of that? Huh?
      JD: Mary Jo, I'm telling you: You are talking too loud and it's not funny. Now no more beer for you.
      Mary Jo: You better watch your step boy. Don't you be back-talking me in front of my friends. I hate it when my man sasses me, don't you?

  • NOTES (1)

    • M.C. Gainey appears in two other DW episodes as the character of T. Tommy Reed: Great Expectations (2-13) and Last Tango in Atlanta (6-7).

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