|Starring||Steven Sumner |
Biff Sumner Jr.
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||2|
|No. of episodes||14|
|Executive producer(s)||Adam Fox |
|Running time||30 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Leftfield Pictures|
|Original release||April 21, 2013 –|
April 26, 2014
Guntucky is an American television reality series produced by Leftfield Pictures. Guntucky revolves around the Sumner family, who own and operate a gun range. The family keeps the gun range running for their customers by selling various legal firearms, from cannons to machine guns. The series was originally expected to premiere on CMT on January 26, 2013, but was pulled from the CMT schedule after the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting. It was then re-added and premiered April 21, 2013.
The series follows the Sumner family who own and operate the Knob Creek Gun Range, a gun range in Bullitt County, Kentucky. The family keeps the gun range running by purchasing guns from customers who come to the range and selling various firearms, from cannons to machine guns. Many of the episodes in the series follow a similar format. For example, in most of the episodes, the Sumner family must take on some kind of request for a customer, usually very odd requests.
- Steven Sumner – the range supervisor at the Knob Creek Gun Range.
- Gran-pa Biff Sumner Jr. – Steven's dad who is the owner of the Knob Creek Gun Range.
- Chad Sumner – the nephew of Steven who is the sales manager at the Knob Creek Gun Range.
- Stephanie Sumner – Steven's daughter who is the office manager at the Knob Creek Gun Range.
- Kenny Sumner – Steven's brother who is the co-owner of the Knob Creek Gun Range.
- Payton Sumner – Stevens's son who is the maintenance clerk at the Knob Creek Gun Range.
|Season||Episodes||Originally aired||DVD release date|
|Season premiere||Season finale||Region 1||Region 2||Region 4|
|1||10||April 21, 2013||May 19, 2013||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|2||8||April 5, 2014||May 24, 2014||N/A||N/A||N/A|
- The first column refers to the episode's number in the overall series.
- The second column refers to the episode's number in that particular season.
Season 1 (2013)
|Title||Original air date||Production|
|1||1||"Son of a Gun"||April 21, 2013||101|
|Payton and his friends decide to shoot at some household appliances, which causes Steven to become irritated at Payton's spoiled behavior. Therefore, Steven gives Payton a lesson by making him do difficult work. Meanwhile, Kenny and Stephanie create a gangster reenactment with guns they've recently discovered and Chad lets two customers blast up a boat together. Toward the end of the episode, the Sumner family comes together to shoot all the unneeded home appliances they have rather than let them fall into the hands of charity organizations.|
|2||2||"Cabin Fever"||April 21, 2013||102|
|The Sumner family take on an unusual request from two customers. The request involves the Sumner family to construct a cabin from scratch for a civil war reenactment. Meanwhile, two other customers have a bet on which object would explode better, a bowling ball or a watermelon and thus Steven, Payton and Chad judge which object would explode better when the two customers shoot the objects.|
|3||3||"Zombie Apocalypse"||April 28, 2013||107|
|The Sumner family faces a tough request from a customer. The request involves Steven to set up a homemade zombie target shootout. Meanwhile, Kenny buys a rare German shooting rifle and wonders if the gun was the right choice to buy.|
|4||4||"Meet the Parents"||April 28, 2013||108|
|Steven meets his daughter Stephanie's boyfriend and is shocked to find out that he has never touched a gun in his life. Therefore, Steven forces her boyfriend to go hunting with him. When the hunting session with her boyfriend turned out to be an utter failure, Steven drags her boyfriend to watch a wrestling match. In retaliation, the boyfriend proposes that Steven and Stephanie read a book, a request which is denied. Meanwhile, Chad sells a hunting vehicle to a farmer.|
|5||5||"Doomsday"||May 5, 2013||109|
|A customer comes to the range to be supplied with weapons and other equipment to be prepared for doomsday, the day that human existence is at its last. After the customer's visit, Steven begins to worry about doomsday and experiences the scary feeling that it could happen at any moment. Therefore, Steven purchases a military vehicle and prepares his family by teaching them how to raft away from nuclear explosions. Meanwhile, Chad fires the biggest gun he's ever touched and then later lets a customer blow up an inflatable pool.|
|6||6||"Love Explosion"||May 5, 2013||104|
|Steven lets a couple blow up their ugly furniture rather than donate it to charity, and later sets up a romantic date for them that involves a lot of explosions. Meanwhile, Kenny helps two customers settle a bet of determining which gun will fire better, a traditional shotgun or an advanced battle gun. Both guns successfully fire when their triggers are pulled, leaving the bet a draw.|
|7||7||"A Little Bit Louder Now"||May 12, 2013||106|
|A customer named Sonny is interested in getting into a highly secretive and exclusive gun club he identifies on national television as "The Old Timers Club". Therefore, Grandpa Biff evaluates Sonny and his guns to determine his eligibility for membership. Meanwhile, a customer request requires Steven, Chad and Payton to create an extremely loud home alarm system.|
|8||8||"Big Shots"||May 12, 2013||105|
|Gran-pa Biff lets Steven and Chad take over the gun range for a week. Chad starts the week by purchasing a Soviet rifle replica and Steven starts the week by setting up a bachelorette party for three ladies. After that, both Chad and Steven unite in a business decision to give away free ammo.|
|9||9||"New Girl"||May 19, 2013||103|
|Steven and Payton check out some homemade cannons that shoot bowling balls. Meanwhile, Grandpa Biff hires a new girl to work at the shop and Chad purchases a rare rifle after testing it out. Plus, Steven uses his rafting skills to create an apocalyptic shooting experience for a customer.|
|10||10||"Machine Gun Shoot-Out"||May 19, 2013||110|
|The Sumner family prepare for their "Machine Gun Shoot" event, a once a year shooting event that is well known across the world. Steven and Chad create the ultimate target for the shootout, a car suspended from two telephone poles.|
Season 2 (2014)
|Title||Original air date||Production|
|11||1||"Guns and Glory"||April 5, 2014||201-60|
|12||2||"Office Space Invaders"||April 12, 2014||202-60|
|13||3||"Agent Gunsmith"||April 19, 2014||203-60|
|14||4||"Shotgun Wedding"||April 26, 2014||204-60|
|15||5||"Lords of War"||May 3, 2014||205-60|
|16||6||"Tanks for the Memories"||May 10, 2014||206-60|
|17||7||"Nightmare at Knob Creek"||May 17, 2014||207-60|
|18||8||"Nightmare at Knob Creek"||May 24, 2014||208-60|
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