Back in the 90s, a popular show on TNN, or The Nashville Network, was called Crook & Chase. The show was hosted by Lorianne Crook and Charlie Chase and focused mostly on country music and their many guests. TNN became Spike TV, which eventually rebranded into Paramount Network.
5 Years from now, almost everything will be on a streaming service and the only show left on T.V. will be reruns of CROOK & CHASE. pic.twitter.com/wvak7yhzyK— Kevin Maher (@KevinGeeksOut) November 1, 2019
During one of their classic “Funny Business” segments, they had Alan Jackson come in to their offices TNN office, where they set up several hidden cameras. While he was waiting, they had a TV on with a “live” episode of Crook & Chase playing on it. The “live” episode was actually fake and filmed the day prior!
Crook revealed on the show that they had just heard that country singer Alan Jackson booked a movie role and that there will be not one, but two nude scenes. Of course, this wasn’t true!