When Russell Greene loses his job, he decides to go on the road with his family. So he gathers his wife, Claire, his son, Josh, his daughter, Dinah, his mother, Hattie, and his nephew, ...
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When Russell Greene loses his job, he decides to go on the road with his family. So he gathers his wife, Claire, his son, Josh, his daughter, Dinah, his mother, Hattie, and his nephew, Nathaniel and hits the road. With only an old Suburban, a trailer, and a dream, Russell and his family are now traveling across the country in search of adventure and helping many people along the way.Written by
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The interior set for the family's trailer was a real Airstream trailer, which had been removed from its original frame. It was made about three feet wider than a normal Airstream trailer, and then reassembled on a platform, which could also accommodate lighting and camera equipment. Sections of the trailer set could be removed, one by one, to allow for various angles of camera coverage. See more »
The interior Airstream set was about three feet wider than the Airstream trailer which was used for exterior shots. The extra width in the set's ceiling was covered by a removable, simulated skylight which is clearly visible throughout the series. The top of the trailer shown in exterior shots has no visible signs of a skylight. See more »
[Opening Credits Narration, Season Two]
My name is Russell Greene. Maybe you passed me and my family out on the highway. Maybe you were driving some fancy sports car or an old beat up four-door. Maybe you had someplace to be. Or maybe like us you're living out your dream with your house hitched up behind you, and America the Beautiful up ahead. But whoever you are you be sure to give us a wave the next time you drive by. Cause we're your neighbors, and we're all on the road together.
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My family watched this show together when it was on and we enjoyed it. I loved the show it had a good meaning to it and was a great show for Christians to watch and people who tank God that the show went off need to rethink their words and if they still believe that then they need to rethink their faith in the Lord. I am a faithful Christian and I was really upset when they took the show off the air. I watched the show every time I could and if I was not home I recorded it so I could watch it later. The show had a good meaning and could help people out if they would pay attention to the show. I learned a lot from the show and wish the show was still on the air so I could watch it. Now I have to watch several shows that have nothing to do with family and religious values. There also very few shows on TV now that have good family values.
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