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Bill Engvall: Here's Your Sign Live (2004)

TV Movie  -   -  Comedy  -  1 August 2004 (USA)
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Bill Engvill in a live comic performance.



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During his bit about Viagra's "weekender" pill that lasts 36 hours, Bill comments "it's been three days." 36 hours is only a day and a half. See more »


[about having to buy menstrual pads for his daughter]
Bill Engvall: I go to aisle seventeen, there are like five *thousand* of these things. None of them say "narrow". I'm on the phone with my wife going "please let me come home! No, honey, listen to me, there's no narrow! This one has little butterflies on it! This one plays a little tune!"
Bill Engvall: Who finds them? My son. Who proceeds to scream out "HERE'S THE LITTLE GIRL NARROW PADS, DADDY!"
Bill Engvall: Thank you, son. Listen, honey, I don't think they ...
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One of the best Stand-Up Comedians ever !
26 October 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Bill Engvall, who along with Jeff Foxworthy and Larry the Cable Guy, are the masters of gentle "Redneck" humor.

Bill is not as well known as he'd like to be, but has gained popularity due to doing concerts with the two above comedians. He now has his own cable T.V. show and even if it doesn't last a reasonable season, it will still be entertaining.

Here in this concert, he goes through all his basic routines where he jokes on marriage, sex, common mistakes, common sense and gives his view on things such as Steve Irwin and Viagra, which are some of the best skits out of the entire show.

This skit doesn't contain excessive foul language and is suitable for the whole family.

Rated PG-13 for mild sexual suggestions and brief crude humor ( there isn't anything that the parents will find trouble explaining to teens, it's just a suitable concert for everyone ).

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