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'Country Man,' Luke Bryan
Pigs, port-a-potties, pumped-up gym rats and Dierks Bentley are just some of the stars in Luke's funny 2008 video. The Georgia native plays goofy well, struggling to lift five-pound gym weights, babysitting a pig and dancing with Dierks. "Tim McGraw gets to shoot videos in Paris, and I'm at a fair in a row of porta-lets, holding a pig that poops on me," laments the 'Country Man.'
'Stuck Like Glue,' Sugarland
Sugarland's Jennifer Nettles is quite convincing in the role of a crazy stalker obsessed with her ex-boyfriend, played by 'Chuck' actor Ryan McPartlin. With help from her partner-in-crime, Kristian Bush, she kidnaps Ryan and throws him a little party, complete with a dance routine in leotards. If any potential suitors see this video, they may think twice before asking Jennifer out on a date.
'One More Last Chance,' Vince Gill
This 1993 Vince video starts the laughs with a band member letting a golf cart roll into a pond. But it's the John Deere tractor snafu that's a real knee-slapper, as soon as you see who's driving it -- George Jones. One of the song's lines, "She might have took my car keys, but she forgot about my old John Deere," is in reference to the time George drunkenly drove his lawn mower to a bar after his wife hid his car keys.
'Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off,' Joe Nichols
"It's not too often that you get a 70-something-year-old lady who streaks in a country music video," Joe tells The Boot, referring to the pool party scene where his "grandmother" drinks too much Patron and sheds her clothes. "It was just weird that she was OK with it," Joe laughs. "As a matter of fact, when we were done, she took a dip in the pool naked!"
'I Don't Even Know Your Name,' Alan Jackson
Comedian Jeff Foxworthy begins this 1995 clip in the dentist chair under anesthesia. He suddenly finds himself in a bar falling in lust, er, love, with a gorgeous waitress. After numerous shots of tequila (bad things seem to happen when tequila is involved), he winds up married to his waitress, who is missing a front tooth and not quite so attractive –- insert understatement here.
'The More I Drink,' Blake Shelton
In this hilarious clip, Blake gets his friend drunk, and retaliation comes in the form of the 6'5" singer getting beat up by a girl. A bar brawl ignites, and they're all arrested. Blake then has the unenviable task of preventing his really, really intoxicated friend from taking off his pants while standing in a police lineup.
'Summer's Comin',' Clint Black
Clint's 1995 ode-to-summer video features funnyman Howie Mandel romping around a beach trying to pick up hot blondes ... who upon closer look aren't so hot. They turn out to be TV personalities Jay Leno, Charlie Chase, Gerald McRaney, George Kennedy and Dick Clark -- all sporting bikinis and blond wigs. At the end, a truly hot blonde, actress Lisa Hartman-Black, appears for a funny love triangle scene.
'Why Wait,' Rascal Flatts
RascalFlatts hook up with actor David Arquette and Sin City celebs Wayne Newton and Penn & Teller in this parody of the hit film 'The Hangover.' The guys, sporting pastel-colored tuxedos, wake up from a drunken stupor with comedian Carrot Top lounging in a bubble bath in their Vegas suite, while lead singer Gary LeVox is inexplicably wearing swim goggles and a snorkel.
'As Good As I Once Was,' Toby Keith
It was hard to choose just one video from Toby to make our countdown, but this self-deprecating 2005 clip won the toss. The rough-and-tumble Okie, with all of his swaggering bravado, is shot down several times in this entertaining take on a guy's aging process. To add insult to injury, Toby finds himself in a bar fight and ends up in an ambulance, thanks to being matched up with a beast of a guy.
'Online,' Brad Paisley
This clip reunites the notoriously comedic William Shatner and Jason Alexander (who also directed), both of whom appeared in Brad's funny 2003 video for 'Celebrity.' 'Online' stars Jason as a nerdy pizza delivery boy who still lives with his parents (Shatner and Estelle Harris, who played Jason's TV mom on 'Seinfeld'). He has a whole separate, cooler life online ... as a 6'5" Brad Paisley.