There’s a full moon on Sun Records.
Chad Michael Murray stripped down to his birthday suit Thursday (3/16) on the latest installment of CMT’s hit new original series.
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In the episode entitled “Never Better,” the star actor, who plays record label owner and producer Sam Phillips, is buck naked when he overhears nosy neighbor Mrs. McClusky (Lucy Catharine Haskill) downstairs prying into wife Becky (Jennifer Holland).
“Now, Becky, I’m not one to gossip, but the paperboy told Gladys Twain from down the street that he saw Sam take his trousers off outside for God and country to see!” she exclaims.
Perturbed, Chad decides to walk downstairs and give Mrs. McClusky an even better view.
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“Always a pleasure seeing you, Nadine,” he says in the buff.
Sun Records airs Thursdays at 10/9c on CMT.
Watch a full episode of CMT Hot 20 Countdown with the cast of Sun Records airing Saturday and Sunday (3/18-3/19) at 9a/8c.
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