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The Jiggle Hut is a recurring location in the Squidbillies. The building is a bar, which has a strip club, that is located in Dougal County. Early frequently goes into the bar in numerous episodes. The building is owned by a bartender named Ellis.


The Jiggle Hut appears as a small building that contains a large exterior, and it has a sign with a arrow pointing at it. The bar's strip club is shown to sell beer, alcohol, and Glug. The tavern also has a bunch of flashing lights.

The strip club is known for stripping, as Strippers such as Darla and a Blondie Stripper are seen working in there.

There are also events, such as Jaguar wrestling, wet T-shirt contests, even though, they can be cancelled or also fail, the "Big Gay Throwdown", pudding wrestling, gravy wrestling, although, Early also called it "Chicken Fried Sawmill Red-Eye Gravy Wrestling", a cheese grits wrestling, which melted, and Events by Russell, which include parties that take place there.

The bar seems to own a Jaguar, which is a part of a wrestling tournament that is seen only in "The Appalachian Mud Squid: Darwin's Dilemma", which is one of its attractions.

In the episode "Snow Daddy", it's revealed that Ellis on occasion will pole dance in place of the girls during extreme weather events when the girls cannot make it to work.

Early was kicked out of the strip club a few times, such as in "Atone Deaf", when it was closing in that episode, Early was told to "get out" of the tavern in the episode "The Many Loves of Early Cuyler", and in the episode "Cooler-Heads Prevail", Ellis kicked out Early when his Sasquatch Cooler was smoking the place up.

The bar has been destroyed on a few occlusions by the fault of Early, for example in "Atone Deaf", by Early in his truck, and the bar was destroyed in "Fatal Distraction", but not by Early but by his GPS in his truck. The bar was also seen destroyed in "Events by Russell", by Early during Events by Russell, by using his gardening hose for a wet T-shirt contest, but the water sprays Ellis and three women, then ended up destroying Rusty's DJ player, causing a electric shock from the DJ's electrically, making things fall down and destroying the bar's property, even lighting the bar on fire, causing people to run out. Ellis lost his bar after that.

In "Let ’er R.I.P.", it was revealed that there was a petting zoo in the bar, but was closed due to a lack of a permit, they also don't call for anyone that is looking for a prostitute, which the bar doesn't do anymore.

In "Scorn on the 4th of July", any veterns, such as Leroy, get a free drink and dance from any strippers in the bar.



  • The Jiggle Hut also appeared in the "Trampled By Turtles" music video.
  • Season 9 and Season 11 are the only seasons of the show where The Jiggle Hut doesn't appear in any episode.
  • Durwood Cuyler is seen going to a really similar strip club with a male stripper in "Not Without My Cash Cow!".
  • The words "firearms welcome" is listed on the building.
  • In "Trampled By Turtles", a bathroom of the bar is seen and a drawing of Krystal using her fingers is seen. The text around her are shown saying "call me anything goes." This is the only time that this bathroom is seen in the series, though, it was only a music video released on Adult Swim's YouTube channel.
  • In the twelveth season of the show, for exception of the outside of "Rich Dan, Poor Dan", the strip club has changed its building design, suggesting that the building may have been renovated, as seen in both the episodes "Cooler-Heads Prevail", and "Events by Russell".

Season 1[]

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Season 4[]

Season 5[]

Trampled By Turtles[]

Season 10[]

Season 12[]

"Rich Dan, Poor Dan"[]

"Cooler-Heads Prevail"[]

"Events by Russell"[]

Season 13[]

"Let ’er R.I.P."[]

"Scorn on the 4th of July"[]

"Zen and the Art of Truck-Boat-Truck Maintenance"[]