Rank #1: The Newspaper | Sean of the South
Sean recounts the story of his younger days, throwing the newspaper with his mother in the heat of West Florida. Music by Hearts Gone South.
Rank #2: Summer Baseball | Sean of the South
The story of a baseball game, a chubby child, and kindness toward those who become unlikely friends. Music by Giri and Uma Peters.
Rank #3: Believe | Sean of the South
Rank #4: Bless Their Hearts | Sean of the South
Sean recalls how he started telling stories, and his simple beginnings, and the unlikely friends who pointed him onward. Music by Hank and Pattie and the Current.
Rank #5: Mama | Sean of the South
Rank #6: Old Music | Sean of the South
Sean recalls the story of a special birthday gift, and the people who believe in us along the way. Music by Xaris Waltman.
Rank #7: Alabama Dances | Sean of the South
Rank #8: Daddy Was No Methodist | Sean of the South
Rank #9: Southern Hospitality | Sean of the South
Rank #10: The Andy Griffith Show | Sean of the South
Rank #11: Poundcake Boys | Sean of the South
Rank #12: Sweet Home Alabama | Sean of the South
Rank #13: On The Road Again | Sean of the South
Rank #14: Thankful | Sean of the South
Sean tells a personal story about what makes a boy want to become a writer, and what makes a man dream of becoming a columnist. Music by Cocek! Brass Band.
Rank #15: Mama | Sean of the South
Rank #16: Baptist Youth Trip | Sean of the South
Sean chaperones a van load of teenagers to the Smoky Mountains to visit Dollywood, and lives to tell about it. Music by the High 48's.
Rank #17: Humbled | Sean of the South
Rank #18: Baptist Fried Chicken | Sean of the South
Life, love, and fried chicken shared in fellowship halls of rural America. Sean delivers the tale of what it means to attend a potluck. Music by the Price Sisters.
Rank #19: Church Lady | Sean of the South
Sean tells the story of an elderly woman who embodies the bygone era, and of the nostalgia surrounding that world. Music by Sean's friends, the Chatham Rabbits.
Rank #20: Old Men | Sean of the South
Sean talks about the weekend spent with elders, and old men who help make us who we are. Music by Sugar and the Mint.