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Blue Collar Comedy Tour Rides Again (2004)

Bill Engvall, Ron "Tater Salad" White, Jeff Foxworthy, and Larry "The Cable Guy" return onstage to give some funny redneck laughs and humorous spins on everyday affairs.

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Bill Engvall, Ron "Tater Salad" White, Jeff Foxworthy, and Larry "The Cable Guy" return onstage to give some funny redneck laughs and humorous spins on everyday affairs.

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After being the headliner for the first film, Jeff Foxworthy said that due to the growing popularity of Larry the Cable Guy, he made the decision to let Larry go on last this time around. See more »

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During Ron White's bit, he talks about his cousin who hunts. He mentions that his cousin has a rifle chambered for the .30-06 Springfield, which launches a bullet at 2,200 feet per second. In reality the .30-06 generates speeds that are considerably higher than 2,200 feet per second. The lightest bullet weight commonly used, 150 grains, will travel at speeds over 2,900 feet per second, and the heaviest bullet, 220 grains, will travel at speeds over 2,400 feet per second. See more »

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Jeff Foxworthy: You ever seen a car sitting at a red light, and there's like, five guys in it? And all of a sudden all four windows go down and there's four guys hangin' out the car just cussing like crazy? And there's one guy sitting in the middle in the back just laughing. You know why he's laughing, he's cashed in his courtesy sniff! And the only thing that could make him happier was had he been driving and in control of the window lock.
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Follows Blue Collar Comedy Tour: The Movie (2003) See more »

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As good as a sequel can be
8 September 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I found this sequel to "Blue Collar Comedy Tour" to be a good DVD and I still enjoy watching it. I think the original still has a certain edge on it partly because of its extras. The Waffle House scene, the Victoria's Secret stuff and the pimp suits. David Allan Grier was good too.

That said, If you liked the first one, ya gotta git this'un! I have found these guys are at their best when the four of them just get together and poke fun. That was the best part of the first one as well.

Do not let other people tell you what is or is not funny. I love to laugh at these guys and if the humor isn't always sophisticated (if it ever is) it is good. I laughed and that really was the whole idea. You may have to watch it a few times to get all of the jokes because you are often laughing so hard that you miss the intro to the next joke. To me, that is the mark of a funny show.

As my wife likes to say, watching this kind of comedy is my guilty pleasure.


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