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Blue Collar Comedy: The Next Generation (2007)

Bill Engvall hosts an evening of "Blue Collar" comedy at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.

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Bill Engvall hosts an evening of "Blue Collar" comedy at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.

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13 April 2009 | by (Orlando, FL) – See all my reviews

It is the same thing as calling a band at your local high school talent show the Beatles or the Stones because they both have Guitars and stand on stage. If you see this expecting anything approaching the Blue Collar Comedy experience then you are wasting your time. It falls flat and there is better entertainment to be had just about anywhere. Even judging it without the false title, it was inconsistent and the laughter sporadic and mostly forced. Shame on the network packaging this, someone should have had the sense to cut it up and excerpt it out as generic comedy. Even then it would be mostly filler. This is just shameless pandering to a built in audience that will only backfire in the end.


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