During Sunday night's episode of 'Day Jobs' on GAC TV, country singer Chris Young found himself in a Nashville attic on the hottest day of the year. The 'You' singer admits he dripped enough sweat to fill up his old, black cowboy hat, but he and his crew got the job done, like usual.

Before becoming Chris Young the country singer, Young was just Chris, the A/C repair man. The GAC series takes stars back to their roots, doing the odd jobs that paid the rent while they pursued country fame. Little Big Town's Kimberly Schlapman and Craig Morgan also starred in Sunday night's episode.

"Getting to do this again was real fun. It really reminded me of how much I loved doing that kind of work," Young told Country Weekly prior to the episode's airing. "They really didn't make me do anything too difficult, so I don't think I made myself look too much like an idiot when we were doing it."

Morgan returned to work with the U.S. Army, having been a career Army Ranger prior to turning to country music full time. Schlapman was once a waitress, so she returned to a small town diner to serve customers in the episode. Previous episodes have featured farmer Chuck Wicks, Eddie Montgomery the butcher, DQ employee David Nail and Rodney Atkins, the landscaper.