Party Down South: Can Walt Explain Daddy's Fascination with Pee (Yes, Pee)?

Walt Windham Party Down South

Aug. 14 2014, Published 8:12 p.m. ET

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You never know what you're going to get when you watch an episode of Party Down South and some of the craziest moments on the show have involved...urine. That's right—good, old-fashioned pee. Between the shocking way Daddy easily took down a cup of his own pee and the guys agreeing to pee their pants, it always seems to make its way back into a storyline.

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OK! chats with Walt Windham about those very rando moments and why the show should film a season up north.

OK!: Has the group dynamic gone back to normal now that the Lil Bit an Daddy drama has died down?

Walt Windham: It’s finally gotten back to normal. The dynamic of the actual show is a bunch of rednecks and Cajuns that go out and just party and have a good time and it changed to a lot of drama. It kind of took away from everybody having a good time. When we actually met each other we were trying to figure each other out and then we get into season two and everybody knows everybody and has dirt on each other and you can use that for fuel to the fire. Well if he’s going to say this about me I’ve already got something on them.

OK!: What took you by surprise about one of your roommates in season two?

WW: You know, a lot of people go out to the bars and some people they like to act a fool. I like to go to the bar and actually watch people act a fool. One thing that definitely caught me by surprise by far is watching a grown man drink pee and not even faze him.

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OK!: I think it shocked a nation.

WW: I hope so. Because if that’s normal somewhere that’s probably a place I want to be because there’s probably way more intense crap that happens.

OK!: Was there something that happened on or off camera that you wish people could see?

WW: If I was going to pick out one thing I guess I would say during season one when everybody was peeing their pants, this particular time after everybody got that out of their system, Ryan was just begging me to pee in my pants. I was like, "Why should I do that? It’s ridiculous." This is consciously going on. Everybody has had their first year of college where they get super drunk and they pee in the bed—well, that’s probably unconsciously—but that’s when you wake up and go, “Well, I guess I had a good time last night.” But actually begging me to pee in his funnel where he could funnel my pee. I’m not sure what his fascination is with pee. It’s really exotic period. But he claims it’s good for the body—that boxers do it, UFC fighters drink their own pee to heal their wounds. I’m not sure what kind of wounds he had to maybe heal from but those would have to be very intense wounds.

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OK!: Which city would you like to film in next?

WW: There’s two places I’ve never been and I’m not exactly sure I’d ever fit into them but I’ve never been to Vegas and I’ve never been to New York City. I think those are two places that would be weird for all of us. We’ve all been used to the small town life where everybody knows everybody and we can all relate to certain things about our lives that give us common traits about ourselves but yet we’re so far apart and have this weird bond. But I think if we actually went to New York City or maybe even Vegas I think it would be an experience I think everybody would like to see.

OK!: You could teach New Yorkers how to party Southern style.

WW: There’s something about a country boy coming to town—women love it.

Party Down South airs Thursdays at 10/9c on CMT.

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