Hotel Impossible

Season 1 Episode 9

Fiddler's Inn - Nashville, TN

Aired Tuesday 9:00 PM Jun 11, 2012 on Travel Channel
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Fiddler's Inn - Nashville, TN

In Nashville, Anthony must help bring the iconic Fiddler's Inn back to life by giving it a new theme and staging a food truck competition judged by country singer Craig Morgan.

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    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (6)

      • Anthony: Is there anything left on the human body that's not in this bed?

      • Johnny: Well, you know, we got an old tradition here that--that you're kinda, you're kinda beating up a little bit.
        Anthony: The only tradition I see is the tradition of losing money.

      • Blanche: This looks like a little space, but this is probably one of the hardest ones we've ever done.
        Anthony: Not a lot of money. Not a lot of time.
        Blanche: I know. I know the drill.
        Anthony: Get it done.
        Blanche: You want to leave me your checkbook, though?
        Anthony: Hey, you got t-shirts. sell them.

      • Angela: I did run an animal clinic, and I was a horse jockey for a few years.
        Anthony: That's a first. I have never heard of anyone learning to become a general manager on the back of a horse.

      • Johnny: I'd hate to put up with me every--every morning.
        Anthony: You see we're getting progress here?
        Angela: Yeah.
        Anthony: He recognizes he's a pain in the ass.
        Angela: Yes, on national television.

      • Johnny: Got my homework assignment right here. All the benefits of Fiddler's Inn.
        Anthony: Give me one.
        Johnny: Give you one? Well, you're next door to the Cracker Barrel.
        Anthony: That's not why I'm coming to the Fiddler's Inn.

    • NOTES (1)

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Anthony: I got the Cable Guy's favorite hat.

        Referencing Daniel Lawrence Whitney, the comedian, actor, and country-blues singer who works under the name Larry the Cable Guy. After starting as a radio jockey, Daniel developed a stereotypical redneck accent and appearance and went into standup comedy.