The boys try to build a ladder to Heaven so they can get their ticket stub from Kenny for the all-you-can-grab candy prize from Lolly's Candy Factory. The townspeople watch and help the boys try to build the ladder. Alan Jackson comes to sing "A Ladder to Heaven" to help. Alan adapts the song to the events that occur in the episode.
At the end, the boys explain that Heaven may not actually be a fluffy white place, but may instead be "this moment right now". Alan tries to sing about that but people walk off. In response, he sulks as the boys "ruined his latest song".
Alan Jackson wears black cowboy boots, black pants, and a black shirt. He also wears a red and white cowboy coat and a white cowboy hat. He has long, blond hair and is seen carrying an acoustic guitar.
Jackson appears to be greedy and opportunistic, taking advantage of people's emotions to produce evidently cliched songs about grief and loss, all simply to make money. He was also angered when the boys announced they had finished their quest to enter heaven, meaning his only desire was not to produce genuine music but to earn profit.
- His song "A Ladder to Heaven" is a parody of Alan Jackson's "Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning)".
|Minor Characters from Season Six|
| Alan Jackson | Frederick Johnson | Future Butters | Future Stan | Glen Dumont | Jared Fogle | John Edward | Lemmiwinks | Lolly the Candy Man | Michael Dorn | Mongolians | Phil and Josh | Russell Crowe | Sea People | Tad Mikowski | Thumper|