The small town of Happy, Texas is a quiet little place. It's more like a big family than a town, really. For the past seven years, they've been shamed at the annual Little Miss Fresh Squeezed beauty pageant. This year, however, it's their turn. They're going to make Happy proud. To aid in their efforts, they hired Steven and David, a pair of traveling pageant professionals, who drive from town to town in their dilapidated motor home, teaching little girls to be beauty queens.
Little do the town's residents realize, though, that instead of the homosexual couple they were expecting, they got a pair of escaped convicts (Jeremy Northam and Steve Zahn), who stole the motor home -- and its owners' identities.
The cons, too, have no idea what they've gotten themselves into. So while they try to keep their cover, David (whose name is really Wayne Wayne Wayne, Jr.) teaches a handful of little girls to sing and dance. And Steven (actually Harry Sawyer), tries to figure out how they can rob the local bank -- all the while falling in love with the banker (Ally Walker) and attempting to escape the advances of the town's sherrif, Chappy (William H. Macy).
Happy, Texas is a little-known film, but it's definitely worth seeing. It's absolutely side-splittingly hilarious. Sure, it's a little cheesy sometimes, but what do you expect? It's a comedy.