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5 December 2004 (USA) See more »
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. | Full synopsis »
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Bill Engvall ... Himself

Jeff Foxworthy ... Himself

Larry the Cable Guy ... Himself

Ron White ... Himself

Directed by
C.B. Harding 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Bill Engvall 
Jeff Foxworthy 
Larry the Cable Guy 
Ron White 

Produced by
Alan C. Blomquist .... producer
Maggie Houlehan .... associate producer
J.P. Williams .... producer
Emily Wolfe .... executive producer
Original Music by
James S. Levine 
Cinematography by
Bruce L. Finn 
Film Editing by
Gregg Featherman 
Tony Hayman 
Production Design by
Jeff Hall 
Production Management
Ellen Pittleman .... executive in charge of production
Sound Department
Bruce Buehlman .... sound re-recording mixer
Dave Schaaf .... production sound mixer: location segments
Visual Effects by
Matt Davis .... Spydercam rigger technician
Tim Drnec .... spydercam coordinator/rigging
David Kuklish .... visual effects supervisor
Scott Paider .... Spydercam head rigger
Todd Semmes .... spydercam coordinator/rigging
Ben Britten Smith .... spydercam flight control
Rich Volp .... Spydercam flight control
Joseph Wartnerchaney .... Spydercam (as Joey Wartnerchaney)
Camera and Electrical Department
Chris Bennett .... best boy lights
Spencer Blessman .... grip swing
Arte Shelton .... key grip
Editorial Department
Shaley Brooks .... final colorist
Noa James Krauss .... post-production consultant
Lara Mazzawi .... assistant editor
Music Department
Aaron Kaplan .... musician: guitar
Bobby Tahouri .... music programmer
Other crew
Tad Driscoll .... production accountant
Sheri Kaz .... production assistant
Stacy Parker .... production coordinator
Nicole Vinnola .... production coordinator
Lavinia Zetina .... assistant accountant

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Additional Details

USA:106 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.85 : 1 See more »
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Did You Know?

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 »
Errors made by characters (possibly deliberate errors by the filmmakers): 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 »
Ron White:I'm probably not a typical Texan in that I don't hunt. I fish, but I don't hunt. And it has nothing to do with how I think it might somehow be more holy to eat meat that's been bludgeoned to death by someone else, that's not it. It's really early in the morning, it's really cold outside, and... I don't wanna go.See more »
Movie Connections:
Featured in CMT's Biggest Laughs (2012) (TV)See more »


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4 out of 6 people found the following review useful.
I told you to wait in the Truck!, 17 March 2005
Author: Andy (film-critic) from Bookseller of the Blue Ridge

I did miss the group gatherings that were throughout the first film, because it really allowed us to see where some of the jokes originated and how these friends interact, and honestly, I think it hurt this film. The friendships were there, it was obvious, but it just didn't come through the television as predominately as the first. Also, they were all trying new material this outing. You could tell, because the comfort level was a bit off. It was as if they were wondering to themselves if the joke would work, or if people were applauding because of who they were not what they were saying. Maybe this second film was rushed due to the overwhelming popularity of the original, but it wasn't the same.

One keen observation that can be made about this second film was the audience seemed to be whiter collar than redneck. Half the fun of the original was seeing the audience reacting and laughing at the people that just looked like these comedians were taking a moment of their life and speaking it on stage. While that may seem mean and morbid, I found that it worked well with the comedians. A bit of irony if you don't mind, here we have comedians making fun of the people that are laughing at them. What a strange, continuously circling world we live in. In this film, the audience seemed more glamorized and you could tell that they were laughing at the people, not so much the jokes. This can been seen because Foxworthy didn't do any of his patented "redneck" jokes, it was as if he modified the joke into the "married/gay" routine just for this audience … as well as what I was saying about new material.

Overall, I thought that this was a decent outing, just not quite containing the same insanity as the first. I especially did not enjoy the fact that it ended in a very similar fashion as the first. I just thought that originality and creativity were forgotten about just to capitalize yet again on the popularity of the original. I wouldn't mind seeing these guys in concert live, but it may make me hesitate for a moment to consider renting another one of their films. I, sigh, cannot wait to see more of Larry the Cable Guy and with him doing a voice in the next Pixar film Cars, I know that he is going to be the breakout star of the entire endeavor. If you liked the first film, I don't think it would be unwise to see this film, just be prepared for not as much hilarity as the first provided.

Grade: *** out of *****

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