Queen of the Willis (season 2)

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Queen of the Willis (season 2)
Country of origin United States
No. of episodes 23
Original channel First-run Syndication
Original run November 26, 2007 (2007-11-26) – March 24, 2008 (2008-03-24)
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List of Queen of the Willis episodes

This is a list of episodes from the second season of Queen of the Willis.


Broadcast history[edit]

The second season of premiered at 8:00 PM Eastern Time on November 26, 2007 on NoSirGifts Fantasy Television Stations flagship station WXXC, an independent station in Fort Wayne, Indiana, and ended on March 24, 2008 and consists of 23 episodes. The second season was the first to be shown on NoSirGifts-owned stations after ATE Media dropped the series due to low ratings and constant preemptions due to ABC's College Football overrun. NoSirGifts' pick-up of the show was followed by it commissioning 23 episodes, which included RAGStory. The second season was the last to air in SD.

Some ATE Media owned stations continued to air the show while Queen of the Willis moved to stations where NoSirGifts owned stations. Stations that carried Queen of the Willis either aired on the weekends on a Big four station (typically Sundays at 11:35 PM Eastern) or aired on a minor network affiliate included:

  • Evansville
  • Fort Wayne
    • WTOR (41) (CBS) Weekends 11:35 PM
    • WXXC (47) Monday at 8:00 PM
  • Gary (Chicago, Illinois)
    • WCIL (9) (Fox, now CBS) Sunday 10:35 PM Central
  • Indianapolis
  • Lafayette
  • Lawrenceburg (Cincinnati, Ohio)
  • WXOK (18) (MyNetwork TV) Saturday 7:00 PM
  • New Albany (Louisville, Kentucky)
  • Richmond (Dayton, Ohio)
    • WJDO (2) (ABC, now CBS) Saturday 11:35 PM
  • South Bend
    • WXSB (17) (Fox, now CBS) Sunday 11:35 PM or Saturday 7:00 PM
  • Tere Haute


No. in
No. in
Title Directed by Written by Original air date Production
Therapist Hopping

Season Atkins Holly Everman
Paige Allen

November 26, 2007 (2007-11-26)
When the Willis family finds out that their appointment slot of many years has been given to another family, they abandon their staid Family Therapist and come about to therapy at a new mega-therapist, but, while Tom, Deanna and Angie enjoy it, Ava begins to miss her old therapist.
Guest stars:Katie Douglas as Port Melissa MegaTherapist Director Katie Douglas
18 3 Revenge of the Male Anchors

Season Atkins Ava Zinn & Holly Everman

December 3, 2007 (2007-12-03)
Rags burns down Quillsville 24 church after he bites Zach Mullins' leg, but Peggy gets blamed for it due to her sexist attitude towards the station accepting a transfemale anchorwoman, who would anchor solo as Mullins recovers from his injury and Angela Stroup goes on maternity leave.
Note: This episode was inspired by the real-life Zach Myers filling in for Angela Ganote on Fox 59 Morning News, WXIN-TV's morning newscast a year earlier.
19 4 The Unbearable Homophobia of Laying

Holly Everman Holly Everman

December 10, 2007 (2007-12-10)
In this first Christmas episode, Ava is psychologically shocked into drunken stupor and vomiting after accidentally catching a glimpse of her father and his new Jewish transgendered boyfriend Clyde having sex on Ava's kitchen table.
Guest Stars:
20 5 Ava and the Great D Cups

Robyn Hurd Story by: Holly Everman Teleplay by: Jonathan Collier

December 10, 2007 (2007-12-10)
On a day-trip to South Bend for Tiffani's birthday, Ava flashes her breats at the former Governor of Indiana, Joe Kernan (guest-starring as himself), leading Tiffani to take the blame and eventually enter a relationship with his daughter, Hillary. Tiffani's time with Hillary leads to a fateful encounter with the last person she would ever expect to see again: her ex-husband, Ken Kendall (now a woman named Kendra). Meanwhile, Angie, Tom, Deanna, Heather and Rags try beef for the first time -- and run afoul of Ava's none-too-subtle loyalties to ground turkey when she discovers their stockpile of beef upon returning.
21 6 The Craven Gifts Girl

Robyn Hurd Robyn Hurd

January 7, 2008 (2008-01-07)
When a new business development is in need of a retail supplier, Tina instructs Ava to show the owner, an obnoxious Westerner who acts like a Southerner, a good time. However, Ava is none too thrilled to learn that this will require her to act like a Hollywood stereotype].
22 7 Buckeye Ava

Holly Everman Robyn Hurd

January 7, 2008 (2008-01-07)
Ava's application for a "native Hoosier" license plate leads her to the utterly shocking news that she was born in Cleveland, Ohio, while Peggy and her cronies hatched a hare-brained scheme to assassinate Russian president Vladmir Putin.
23 8 Mellencamp Fever

Holly Everman Holly Everman

January 14, 2008 (2008-01-14)
Ava is worried that Tom and Deanna do not have a normal role model in their lives—and things get worse when Deanna accidentally hits Ava's idols, John Mellencamp (voiced by Mellencamp himself) and Crystal Gayle (voiced by herself) with a golf club during a day on the green.
  • Song featured in the episode: Wild Night by John Mellencamp, performed by series creator Ava Zinn.
  • First episode to feature the singing voice of Ava Willis and Heather Willis voiced by Ava Zinn.
Transgendered Wars

Julia Passalt Kym Christian

January 21, 2008 (2008-01-21)
After telling a sexist joke at work, Anhie is forced to go to a men's retreat camp and comes back acting sensitive and emasculine. Ava and the others become greatly disturbed by her new attitude, and when her condition worsens, they do everything in their power to restore her womanhood.
26 11 Ava's Makeover

Alexandra Moffitt Holly Everman

February 4, 2008 (2008-02-04)
Ava gets a makeover to boost her confidence. Angie, however, grows increasingly concerned that she may be losing touch with reality. After Angie limits Ava's options, Ava becomes more and more rebellious and Angie decides to ask Ava's mother Peggy for help. However, once they kidnap Ava at a GQ party, Angie realizes that Peggy's methods are too harsh and tells Ava she has the right to keep her look if it makes her happy. Realizing that she has had the freedom to fulfill her wishes, Ava decides to keep her look that would become permanent after all. In a subplot Heather works on a pyramid scheme with Rags to pay off a debt to him. However, Heather eventually gets fed up with Rags' pretending he is working for a real company. Heather gets mad and is fired by Rags. Afterward, Ava keeps her new look as she feels "being beautiful will get her promoted". It is then revealed that the entire show is on a set, and the Willis Family leave the living room and walk to the main stage where the rest of the MADTV's cast has gathered.
27 12 The Education of Thomas Willis

Alexandra Moffitt Alexandra Moffitt

February 11, 2008 (2008-02-11)
While confronting the principal about issues around Bart Peterson Middle School's treatment about sex education, Angie discovers that the teachers are failing Tom and Deanna on puropose, prompting her to take matters into her own hands. Meanwhile, Peggy takes over Bart Peterson Middle School in exchange for help getting a burial plot in the Indiana Teachers Cemetery.
28 13 Back Home Again in Indiana

Season Atkins Jacqueline Roberts

February 18, 2008 (2008-02-18)
Heather volunteers to bring Rags home from his grandparents' house in Vermont, but the two miss their plane and must travel on foot for a cross-country journey back home. Meanwhile, Angie becomes addicted to watching a collection of marriage counseling videos hosted by a porn star.
RAGStory: Simply the Best Rags
RAGStory: Hell's Episode
RAGStory: Heaven's Episode
RAGStory: Aeverine the Politician
RAGStory: Tim and Rags Awesome Show

Holly Everman Season Atkins

February 25, 2008 (2008-02-25)
March 3, 2008 (2008-03-03)
March 10, 2008 (2008-03-10)
March 17, 2008 (2008-03-17)
March 24, 2008 (2008-03-24)
(Simply the Best Rags): Ava and Angie try to teach Rags some tricks. After meeting the star pupil of the obedience school, Stewie, Rags finds he can not compete with him. Attempting to beat him in a race, Rags ends up barely leaving the starting line, and because of this, he attempts to kill Stewie. Meanwhile, at a video store, Angie starts ranting on how the new video store will not sell pornography. While she continues, Angela Stroup from Channel 24 News was there and wants to give Angie her own segment called “You Know What Really Boils My Blood?” The segment instantly becomes popular, causing Stroup to become jealous of Angie’s fame. The next day she attempts to sabotage Angie’s segment, leading to the network head’s firing of Angela. After a short period, Angela Stroup learns about Rags driving the car into the Drunken Hoosier under the influence. Angie’s lack of parenting skills lead to her being fired and Angela Stroup being rehired.
(Hell's Episode): Visiting a local electronic store to get a new VCR, Ava and Angie are persuaded into buying a DVR. Once home, Heather, Rags and Shushu are watching a news interview when Rags sees someone identical to him. Rags believes that the doe he sees is his real father. When he discovered this, he starts trying to make money for a flight to Florida and once Rags is ready, he learns that Pamhouser is going to the same location as he is, and changes his plans to go along with him. Heather stops him, and insisted of going with him. Meanwhile, Angie is trying to have sex with Ava but DEanna and Tom keep intruding. Ava and Angie decide to get their kids to start dating. Ava teaches Deanna how to treat a woman, manners, eating out, and to name the women of Family Guy through example and torture, while Angie teaches Tom how to treat a man through shaving her legs and loving the woman’s flatulence.
(Heaven's Episode): Ava becomes a cheerleader for the Indiana Colts football team after Peyton Manning picks up on Angie's display of impressive kicking skills at a high school reunion, however, Angie's attitude forces Peyton into removing Angie from the team into playing for a British football team.
(Aeverine the Politician): The Willis family vacations at Pamhouser's cabin. While the family goes swimming in Lake Quillsville, they discover that a nearby oil refinery is dumping toxic waste into the lake. As the family flees from the lake, they become almost completely hairless. They are ultimately forced to wear wigs until their hair grows back, and once it does, Ava complains to Mayor Lee Kelso, who admits that he sanctioned the dumping in exchange for free oil for his hair. Outraged, Ava decides to run for the Quillsville-Quill County Council the upcoming mayoral election. Angie and her friends, meanwhile, become strong supporters of Ava's campaign, realizing that they could get away with anything because of their relations to Ava if she is elected. As such, they do everything in their power to gain the city's support so that she can win the race. Ava is then elected, and succumbs to pressure by the toxic dump owner to allow him to resume dumping in the lake. Ava then decides to resign from the Quillsville-Quill County Council, Coucilwoman Chloe after agreees to "play ball" with the waste dump owner.

(Tim and Rags Awesome Show): "Tim", as Rags' future self is called, is taking a time-travel vacation. When Tim travels back to the future, Rags stows away with him. Tim passes off Rags as a Mexican dog named Milo. Rags learns that at age 30, he will be a virgin working for the Quillsville Radio Staple, and living by himself in an apartment. Disgusted with the way his life will turn out, Rags remodels Tim's apartment and gets him to lose his virginity to his co-worker Jillian. The next day, Jillian tells everyone about it, costing Tim his job for having relations with a co-worker. With his life now ruined, Tim laments the day of his near-death experience at the Dog park, revealing that memories of the experience will re-surface when Rags is 15, causing him to regress and preventing him from taking any risks.