Country superstar Trace Adkins shows us why he considers himself "a roughneck who sings" when he takes us back to his former day job on an off shore oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico.
Chris Young trades in his guitar for a wrench, re-visiting his days as an HVAC repairman. Little Big Town's Kimberly Schlapman finds out if she can still cut it as a waitress and Craig Morgan shows us what it means to be a soldier.
Can Neal McCoy sell ladies shoes as well as he can sell a song? It's back to the farm for Chuck Wicks' day job as a potato farmer. Rodney Atkins turns his day job experience as a landscaper into a very special surprise for a very deserving family.
Before they were Country stars, Gary Allan, Eddie Montgomery and Josh Kelley all had to pay the bills with day jobs. Gary picks up a hammer again to work construction; Eddie picks up a knife to return to work as a butcher and Josh picks up a golf club to take another swing at being a golf instructor.
Darryl Worley shows us life as commercial fisherman, David Nail shows us why he got fired from Dairy Queen the first time around on his day job, and Aaron Tippin shares his passion for flying and how he turned that into a day job as a corporate pilot.
The customer is king in this episode of Day Jobs. Joe Nichols has to pick up the pace to make it in warehouse operations, Easton Corbin juggles customers back in his former Ace Hardware store and Phil Vassar works to keep everyone happy as a restaurant and bar owner.
Troy Gentry takes a turn behind the bar again for his day job; Clay Walker saddles up as a cattle rancher; and Danny Gokey gets behind the wheel of a big rig.