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Blue Collar Comedy Tour: One for the Road is a solid closure and a great fix to the bland and dry addition of Rides Again. The performs tackle funnier topics and the end scene where all of them are on stage are the strongest in the trilogy. This is the best of all of the films.
It's hard to say what went wrong in the second part. I didn't hate it. But something wasn't on par with the original. When critiquing a comedy special, it's strictly what topics you yourself funny. What you find funny isn't what others do making it hard to efficiently review a special. One for the Road shows the guys at their funniest and that is what it's all about.
We start out with Bill Engvall, surprisingly, since he is usually saved for second to last or last in the performances. He is the funniest of everyone talking about impressing fifth grade girls and a stressful trip to the massage parlor. Ron White starts talking about Texas Hold 'Em and the state of awareness scale, and this time, he is actually pretty funny.
Usually I grin when Ron White is on stage, but I actually found him very funny during this special. More points. Jeff and Larry close the show with Jeff and Bill being the major highlights of the film. Then, at the very end, as a Blue Collar tradition, they all come out on stage and do something with a theme. This time; telling their favorite jokes and looking at photos they are "not proud of." Just wonderful humor.
This is the final special from Engvall, White, Foxworthy, and The Cable Guy. There is another one called Blue Collar Comedy Tour: The Next Generation. But from what I hear it's just four other Blue Collar impersonators doing their own shtick using the four guys' humor. I think I'll stop here. One for the Road stands out in the trilogy for discussing the funniest topics and having memorable lines dropped one after another.
Just to let you know, if you ask if this is a review of Blue Collar Comedy Tour: One for the Road, I'll say "Nope, it's a review of the DVD cover." Heeeeeeere's your sign! Starring: Jeff Foxworthy, Larry the Cable Guy, Bill Engvall, and Ron White. Directed by: C.B. Harding.
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