Talk:Coyote Ugly Saloon

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TV Series[edit]

I cut this from the article, since it is about the TV series, and not the bar. Maybe someone wants to start a new article about the show. --K72ndst 05:00, 18 June 2007 (UTC)

Here is the text that was cut out:

In 2006, "The Ultimate Coyote Ugly Search" became a reality TV show on CMT. The premise of the show is that Lovell is auditioning girls to become the next "coyote". With the help from a few of her "coyote mentors", Lil trains girls to become bartenders, dancers, and all around entertainers, and one will prevail to become a regular coyote and win $25,000.

In 2007, the series reappeared on CMT. This time around, the series was based on teams. Lil chose five of her best Coyotes from bars across the country. Each of those coyotes would then hold auditions at their home bars to find teammates for the competition. The teams for the competition were:

2007 Search Teams
Home Bar Coyote Apprentice
New York Maria Regan
Charlotte Kat Stephanie
Memphis Bri Sandra "Mexico"
Nashville Sally Molly "Ice"
Fort Lauderdale "Wiggins" Amanda "Red"

The team that won this competition was Team New York, who was rewarded $50,000.

The Ultimate Coyote Ugly Search[edit]

The American cable television network CMT telecasts a reality-show competition, The Ultimate Coyote Ugly Search, in which singing-dancing female bartenders compete for a position with the company's traveling troupe, and a $50,000 prize.[1] Season three, premiering March 7, 2008, featured 10 contestants listed by first name, occupation, and city of residence by CMT:[1]

As stated at the top, this is not about the bar. It is about the TV series, and should be a separate article. K72ndst (talk) 15:35, 5 May 2008 (UTC)

WP:FOOD Tagging[edit]

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Locations[edit]

A user deleted the list of locations, saying it violated the Wiki policy for being a "directory." I take issue with this, as the article is about the saloon and the locations that were created after the first bar was a success. I would point to this list of National Park locations as being similar, and is certainly not a "directory." I also believe it helps the article, as some users may not know that there is more than one location, and what city the company is in, or the history of its failures. -- K72ndst (talk) 16:31, 11 June 2009 (UTC)

Unofficial Locations[edit]

There is an unofficial location at Camp Warehouse in Afghanistan. It is a NATO base run by the Germans or French. Not sure if that is worth noting. 214.27.58.1 (talk) 12:24, 22 August 2011 (UTC)

  1. ^ a b CMT press release: "The Ultimate Coyote Ugly Search" Is Back for a Third Season Premiering March 7 on CMT" (February 28, 2008), via FutonCritic.com
  2. ^ Full name per Jessica Henry MySpace page