Sketches featuring three of the Redneck comedians from "The Blue Collar Comedy Tour".
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Sketches featuring three of the Redneck comedians from "The Blue Collar Comedy Tour".

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Jeff Foxworthy: [talking about scary things] Like when the name of your trailer park is the same name as the hurricane that's headed towards it. Scary.
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You Won't Expect It To Be, But This Show Is Brilliant
20 January 2017 | by (Colorado) – See all my reviews

Not only is this sketch comedy series brilliant, but it is also surprisingly diverse. Don't think for a second you're only going to get redneck jokes or NASCAR quips. Sure there's some of that because if there wasn't it wouldn't be the Blue Collar boys, but they find interesting ways to turn their stand up routines into proper comedy sketches. As MC, Jeff Foxworthy seems to be the leader, but he never pushes Larry or Bill out of the spotlight. They all share a nearly equal representation and each one of the trio feels free to leave their comfort zones and play some insane roles you'd never expect to see. The supporting cast is also very talented and some of them you will recognize from other TV shows prior to and after Blue Collar TV. You also get an occasional pop in from fellow Blue Collar alum Ron White who never fails to crack me up. Overall I'd put the show just a notch below In Living Color, but would say it's a bit better than other non-SNL sketch shows like MadTV, Almost Live or the short lived Dana Carvey Show. Very original in it's presentation of a theme for every episode as well and it's quite amazing to see just how funny this group can make what would normally be childish comedy like goofy dancing or 'how big is your deck'. Their comedic timing is spot on, but in turn they aren't afraid to show an occasional flub and they seem to relish in trying to make their co-stars break out in laughter. Overall, Blue Collar TV is just great fun. It's a mostly family friendly sketch comedy show that appeals to a range of tastes and demographics. I honestly feel that even if you don't enjoy their sketch comedy tours you could possibly enjoy this series. Yes, if you're a big liberal like me you may have to occasionally hear Larry The Cable Guy rip into you, but if you can't laugh at yourself maybe comedy isn't the right thing for you to begin with.


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