In an episode that aired on President's Day, Martinez talked a whole bunch about competing tractor brands after he played Joe Diffie's 'John Deere Green.' That Martinez played 'John Deere Green' tells you all you need to know about Martinez's show: He gets it. The 1993 hit is just one of the most affecting and well-written songs of all time if you ask me. Diffie's narrator takes you back to the '60s with a young redneck couple, Billy Bob and Charlene, and the "hot summer night" in July when Billy Bob got atop the town water tower and wrote on the tower "in John Deere green" paint, "Billy Bob loves Charlene," Diffie adds, "in letters three foot high." Charlene was touched and the town mocked him because nothing is ever good enough for the chatty Cathys and dickweed Donalds in small towns: "And the whole town said that he should've use red," Diffie sings. "But it looked good to Charlene." If you love the Replacements, you should love this song of adolescent dedication and romance—think "The Ledge" meets "Skyway" meets "Can't Hardly Wait," with slumming-it humor replaced by something more restorative, though just as funny. It's a song that often makes me smile and cry.