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Southern Fried Stings
Created by Barry Poznick[1]
John Stevens[1]
Charles Steenveld[1]
Stephen Lambert[1]
Eli Holzman[1]
Diane Best[1]
Directed by Peter Herschko[1]
Starring Jay Russell[2][3]
England Simpson[3]
William Duram[3]
Randy “Wolf” Wise[3]
Robert "Tank" Crayton[3]
Country of origin  United States
Language(s) English
No. of episodes 8
Production
Executive producer(s) Barry Poznick[2]
John Stevens[2]
Charles Steenveld[2]
Stephen Lambert[2]
Eli Holzman[2]
Diane Best[2]
Running time 30 minutes (with commercials)
Production company(s) Studio Lambert[2]
Zoo Productions[2]
Broadcast
Original channel truTV
Original airing April 12, 2010
Status Ongoing
External links
Official website

Southern Fried Stings is an American television series where ex-state trooper and alleged addiction expert Jay Russell[2] and his “Jay Team” enact fictional sting operations throughout the Southern United States. Like Operation Repo, the series is filmed in a cinema verité style, but is made up of scripted re-enactments performed by actors. The “Jay Team” consists of Jay Russell; England Simpson, Jay’s right hand woman; William Duram, martial arts expert[citation needed]; private investigator[citation needed] Randy “Wolf” Wise; and youth counselor[citation needed] Robert "Tank" Crayton.[3]

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Cast

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Main cast

  • Jay Russell is the founder of R.A.I.D. (Resistance Against Illegal Drugs) Corps, Inc. Formerly, he was a South Carolina state trooper and a member of the Governor's Aggressive Criminal Enforcement Team (ACE Team).[citation needed]
  • England Simpson is Jay Russell's sidekick. In college she studied sociology, with a concentration in criminology. She also held an internship with the Charlotte-Mecklenburg courthouse in North Carolina[citation needed].
  • William Duram Has been disciplined in martial arts since the age of seven. He has mastered the arts of kenpo, kickboxing, and shuri and has trained in Brazilian jiu-jitsu, muay thai, Okinawan shuri, Chinese kenpo, and kickboxing.[citation needed]
  • Randy "Wolf" Wise is a private investigator who has worked with R.A.I.D. for over 12 years.[citation needed] Wolf's dog, Nero, is also a member of the team.
  • Robert "Tank" Crayton is the newest member of the Jay Team. Tank is a youth counselor and chemical ops specialist. He brings to the team a background both in the U.S. Army and juvenile justice.[citation needed]

Episodes

# Title Directed by Written by US viewers
(million)
Original air date
0 "Episode 100" Peter Herschko[1]David SchapiroApril 12, 2010 (2010-04-12)
Jay and his team find themselves in the middle of a family drug crisis. They also stake out a hot dog vendor. Plus, a late night raid uncovers an illegal party. 
1 "Episode 101" Peter Herschko[1]David SchapiroApril 12, 2010 (2010-04-12)
Jay and the team chase down a toy store robber. They discover the secret to a high school football team's success. And, the crew investigates a suspicious trucker
2 "Episode 102" Peter Herschko[1]David SchapiroApril 19, 2010 (2010-04-19)
A man suspects his wife is using drugs and enlists Jay and the team to uncover the truth. Then, the team investigates vandalism at a landscaping company. Plus, a pit stop turns into an arrest for the gang. 
3 "Episode 103" Peter Herschko[1]David SchapiroApril 19, 2010 (2010-04-19)
Jay and his team uncover a conspiracy involving naked photos. Jay confronts a neighborhood peeping Tom with devastating consequences. Plus, a restaurant owner hires Jay to confront some dirty dumpers at his diner. 
4 "Episode 104" Peter Herschko[1]David SchapiroApril 26, 2010 (2010-04-26)
Jay and the gang stake-out an amusement park. Jay goes undercover to investigate a criminal call girl. Plus, a marriage gets off to a bad start when Jay and the gang crash a wedding to bring a felon to justice. 
5 "Episode 105" Peter Herschko[1]David SchapiroApril 26, 2010 (2010-04-26)
Jay goes fishing for a criminal at a local river. The team investigation of a false insurance claim reveals secrets that tear a family apart. Plus, a woman hires Jay to stop her ex-husband from harassing her and her daughter. 
6 "Episode 106" Peter Herschko[1]David SchapiroMay 3, 2010 (2010-05-03)
Jay is hired by a woman who suspects that her husband's hunting trips are not all that they seem. Plus, Jay tracks a delivery boy with some seriously sticky fingers. And, a woman suspects her husband, a former athlete, is using steroids again. 
7 "Episode 107" Peter Herschko[1]David SchapiroMay 3, 2010 (2010-05-03)
Jay and the crew have a nasty run-in with dealers selling tainted drugs to kids at a park. Then, Jay is hired to investigate a husband's gambling problem and uncovers an unusual crime. Plus, Jay faces his toughest case ever when he tries to shut down a meth lab
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