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'Blue Collar TV - The Complete Second Season'
(Jeff Foxworthy, Larry The Cable Guy, et al / 2-Disc DVD / NR / (2004) 2006 / Warner Bros.)

Overview: Blue Collar TV finds three of the boys from Blue Collar Comedy Tour: The Movie and Blue Collar Comedy Tour Rides Again in a sketch comedy format, supported by a talented ensemble of comic players and writers who know how to build on the stars' individual strengths. Jeff Foxworthy is the series' anchor, opening each episode.

DVD Verdict: This is one of those shows that you are either just going to love or hate. Personally, I love this stuff. It is apparent that the cast has a great time while making these. Often you will see them trying hard not to break out laughing themselves. Of course, if you like your humor a little more sophisticated, this might not be for you. If you like your laughs simple and basic this is what the doctor ordered to git-r-done. Each show has a central theme, like aging or work, and all the sketches revolve around that. The most fun, however, is watching the interplay between Foxworthy, Engvalls and Larry the Cable Guy. Remember, you might be a red-neck if you laugh at these jokes. Expect a hometown buffet of TV parodies, sketches, and stand-up, celebrating everything from spouses to spoilers, Winnebagos to Waffle Houses, cheap beer to even cheaper lingerie. You are about to get a 64-oz. Big Gulp of blue collar comedy. Are you ready?! This is a Widescreen presentation (1.85:1) enhanced for 16x9 TVs and come with the Special Features of:

13 episodes on two discs
"Banned From The Booth" deleted skits reel (3 mins.)
"Too Much for TV" unaired skits (13 mins.)

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