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Comedy Central Roast of Jeff Foxworthy (2005)

Blue collar comedian Jeff Foxworthy is skewered by his fellow comedians, friends, and others.

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Credited cast:
Jeff Foxworthy ... Himself
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Frank Anello ... Secret Service Agent
Steve Bridges Steve Bridges ... President George W. Bush
George W. Bush ... (archive footage)
Nick Di Paolo ... Himself (as Nick DiPaolo)
Bill Engvall ... Himself
Christian Finnegan ... Himself
Greg Giraldo ... Himself
Gilbert Gottfried ... Himself / Voice of Jeff's Cow
Heidi Klum ... Herself
Lisa Lampanelli ... Herself
Larry the Cable Guy ... Himself
Denis Leary ... Himself
Jay Leno ... (archive footage)
Jay Mohr ... Himself
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Blue collar comedian Jeff Foxworthy is skewered by his fellow comedians, friends, and others.

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Official Sites:

Comedy Central

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

20 March 2005 (USA) See more »

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Comedy Central Roast of Jeff Foxworthy See more »

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As of February 2009, this is the only Comedy Central Roast that has not been made available on DVD. See more »

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Bill Engvall: If you've shot everything but a successful tv show, you might be Jeff Foxworthy.
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Followed by Comedy Central Roast of Bob Saget (2008) See more »

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Excellent humor, good fun albeit the strange selection of guests
8 June 2005 | by ShutupNDanceSee all my reviews

You have to remember that this is a roast and is supposed to be a crass, drunken, non-P.C., ass-kicking romp in the style of the old Brat Pack roasts. If you start with that perspective then it was pure hilarity.

The Blue Collar Guys were great as usual although Larry was a little off of his game. Since this was a roast it did tend to favor Ron White who can get downright nasty when he needs to. The guys had to leave their "mom and apple pie" material at the door, so I can see where some of their more mild-mannered fans may have been disappointed.

I never really watched the "Tough Crowd" show but I really enjoyed Colin Quinn and the gang's roastings. Lots of great zingers for Jeff and plenty of cheap shots to go around for all of the roasters. Nobody was spared from the carnage.

The George Bush impersonator was phenomenal! His mannerisms and gestures were spot on. George W. should hire this guy to fill in for him when he needs a nap.

The low-lights for me were the video clips sent in by Denis Leary, Jay Mohr and Anna Nicole Smith. How was any of that funny? Then several times they showed Denis Leary in the crowd laughing. Did they actually insert those clips into the show from another performance? I mean he wasn't there at the roast, so why did they show him laughing in the crowd? That was bizarre.

Like others, I was surprised by the musical choice and the massacre of a classic Southern rock anthem. But they did change a couple of verses for Foxworthy, which made it almost bearable.

Overall I give the roasters high grades for a very enjoyable show. Although I know it would have been much better if the Comedy Channel actually had a budget of more than $20 for the show. I mean I liked the roasters but WTF do the guys from "Tough Crowd" have to do with Foxworthy? Other than the fact that they are still under contract with the Comedy Channel.

I think a lot of the Blue Collar fans would have enjoyed seeing Jeff roasted by other Southern redneck celebrities like Billy Bob Thornton, Dolly Parton, Toby Keith, Richard Petty, Reba, etc. Your typical Foxworthy fans would have eaten it up. Drew Carrey also should have been invited since he has appeared on several Blue Collar TV episodes and had his own roast not long ago.

Even with a few speed bumps along the way, this was still a very funny show that I thoroughly enjoyed. A nice change of pace for the Blue Collar guys.


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