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Featuring Larry the Cable Guy and Jeff Foxworthy, this is a show that is full of some of the skits and comedy acts from the Blue Collar tour. The episodes aired had a theme, such as kids or food. All of the acts on that episode related to something in that theme.

The WB
2 Seasons, 43 Episodes - Canceled
July 29, 2004
Talk & Interview
4.9/10
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  • Jeff Foxworthy, Larry the Cable Guy and Bill Engvall showcase their blue collar comedy in a bowling alley challenge, "Larry's Rant" and the guys take questions from the audience. The Red Neck Word of the Day is "Indonesia" and the Red Neck Yard of the Week comes from Cana, Virginia.

  • Jeff Foxworthy, Larry the Cable Guy and Bill Engvall showcase their blue collar comedy in a variety of skits, including "White Trash Days of Our Lives" and "America's Next Top Mechanic." The Red Neck Word of the Day is "Disdain" and musical group Trick Pony performs.

  • Jeff Foxworthy, Larry the Cable Guy and Bill Engvall showcase their humor by going to barber school. The Red Neck Word of the Day is "Television" and the Red Neck Yard of the Week comes from Tracy, California.

  • Jeff and the guys meet the Atlanta Braves and become players for a day after getting tips from the pros. The redneck word of the day is "Anus."

  • The theme is "Dad." Skits include "CSI: Mayberry"; the redneck word of the day is "Cotton."

  • The topic is aging. Skits include "The OC: Ozark County"; "toupee" is the redneck word of the day.

  • The trio showcase their humor in blue collar-style alien-themed skits, ranging from a white trash abduction to Night of the Living Mullets. Other highlights include a skit titled Lethal Idols, and questions from the audience. The Red Neck Word of the Day is Piston and the Red Neck Yard of the Week comes from Ashland.

  • Jeff Foxworthy, Larry the Cable Guy and Bill Engvall showcase their blue collar in skits ranging from "Million Dollar Boobies," "Larry's Commentary" and Ron White's "Who's the Fool" game show. The Red Neck Word of the Day is "Gasoline" and the Red Neck Yard of the Week comes from Houston, Texas.

  • Jeff Foxworthy, Larry the Cable Guy and Bill Engvall showcase their blue collar comedy in skits ranging from a wedding monologue, spoofs of The Ring and Dukes of Hazzard, and a look at the Redneck Yard of the Week.

  • Jeff Foxworthy, Larry the Cable Guy and Bill Engvall showcase their blue collar comedy in skits ranging from White Trash Days of our Lives, Bill Engvalls Country Sausage and the debut of the Larrybot 7000. The Red Neck Word of the Day is Fixture and the Red Neck Yard of the Week comes from Spring City.

  • Jeff, Larry, and Bill showcase their blue collar comedy in skits ranging from "White Trash Days of our Lives," "Larry's Rant" and guest star Travis Tritt performs. The Red Neck Word of the Day is "Mantle" and the Red Neck Yard of the Week comes from Riverside, California.

  • Jeff, Larry, and Bill showcase their blue collar comedy in skits ranging from NASCAR baby delivery with driver Sterling Marlin to the conclusion of their trip to Etiquette School, along with a musical performance from Deana Carter. The Red Neck Word of the Day is "Safari" and the Red Neck Yard of the Week comes from Roanoke, Virginia.

  • Season 2 kicks off with the theme of "Bad Habits". Watch the Blue Collar boys make you laugh some more this hilarious season!

  • This is the last episode of the first season. Jeff, Larry, and Bill teach kids about puppetry in puppet school, unfortunately goofing off when they participate in trying to make a puppet with the class (eating the glue, etc.) The Martin Brothers tell how to turn a boring, bad party into a good one to some school children. The redneck word of the day is marionette.

  • Sketches include having a toilet in your pants, the second part of wrestling school (where they wrestle their teachers), featuring pro wrestler Jeff Jarret, and a bad story teller. The redneck word of the day is composure.

  • Jeff Foxworthy, Bill Engvall and Larry the Cable Guy star in a sketch involving the "Rescue 911" show, and "Wrestling School, Part I," in which they are learning how to wrestle. Bill stars in "Sargeant Clean's Spot Gun" and the Redneck Word of the Day is Demeanor. The Redneck Yard of the Week Award goes to a proud citizen of Metairie, Louisiana.

  • Jeff Foxworthy, Bill Engvall and Larry the Cable Guy star in several kid sketches. These include taking the oh-so-fun taking your daughter to work for the day, a kid that's hopped up on steriods, and ways to be camouflaged while still in the house! The Martin Brothers have to deal with car sickness. The Redneck Word of the Day is Rectum. The episode concludes with questions from the audience.

  • Jeff, Bill and Larry appear in an advertisement about a product called Beer Goggles, and learn some gymnastics.The Martin brothers have their family reunion. The redneck word is falafel. Montogomery Gentry band performs.

  • Jeff Foxworthy, Bill Engvall and Larry the Cable Guy learn how to become pro-wrestlers for a day. The Martin Brothers meet their match in a ventriloquist's dummy. Jeff learns how to handle his barbeque addiction. Jeff, Bill and Larry close the show with personal stupid stories. The Redneck Word of the Day is Judo.

  • Trace Adkins guest stars on a "Totes TV" sketch.400-pound Hank and Debbie recall their first date. The show ends with Trace Adkins singing "Songs about Me."

  • Jeff Foxworthy is a father who is trying to help his wife (Brooke Dillman) and kids (Ashley Drane and Peter Oldring) feel better after they lost their cable TV. Nanny Cam, a surveillence system, records a nanny (played by Bill Engvall) being attacked by a baby. The Redneck Work is Statue. The Redneck version of the "Amityville Horror," is played out by Larry the Cable Guy (where the haunters become the ones that are scared!! Heath Hyche plays Joe Rogan of Fear Factor, and he serves an interesting dinner!!

  • Diana DeGarmo has a telethon with Whoopi Goldberg, played by Gary Anthony Williamshave, for people that have the disease so aptly named as Faces That Stayed That Way. Larry the Cable Guy comes up with a product called Larry Cologne. The ladies of Blue Collar TV star as Kitty (Brooke Dillamn), Alexis (Ashley Drane) and Boosha (Ayda Field) in "Really, Really, Really Desperate Housewives." Brooke Dillman plays Martha Stewart and does her own television show (in a sense) from her jail. Tips include how to make candles and how to make prison food taste better. Bill Engvall opens up a restaurant that's the male version of Hooters. The Redneck Word of the Day is Austere.

  • We learn about the trio's roots on how they became comedians. Bill plays the younger Jeff and how he started his "You Might be a Redneck". Larry goes back in time to see how Bill came up with his "Here's Your Sign". Jeff plays the younger Larry and how he developed his "Git-R-Done". Jeff is a Nascar driver who takes his daughter, Ashley Drane (who later wants to get out!) out to ride with him on the track. Bill Engvall mudwrestles with Brooke Dillman. The redneck words of the day (there are two) Junior; Do you and your Senior; seen your.

  • The redneck word is masterpieces. Jeff plays Mr. Hurley. Thomas picks up his date, Cindy Hurley, and their dog, Rusty, get's really playful with him. The trio learns about Japanese cookings, and adds their own "style" to it with a disgusting mix of chicken, chili, hot dogs, etc. Jeff plays the officer "Heavy Heat" Henderson, a 700 pound man who uses his bed as his own transportation. He's out to stop a drug seller who experimented with them in his high school chem lab. Bill Engvall trys to pack the car his own way, with new luggage added each time it's packed!! It takes them about 4 hours to get on their way!! The trio finishes up with what they hope their surgeon doesn't say right before they go under anesthesia.

  • Larry shows Children the "true" meaning of Christmas, using a politically correct fairy tale. Ronnie and Blake try to teach Dooley to walk -- to save Christmas. The Tackett family realizes that there is no where else like the mobile home for the holidays.

  • Theme is "education". Spoofs include "Funniest home vidoes", "The Phantom of the Grand Ole' Oprey". Kids trying to spell the word "Injun" (Engine).

  • Bill and Larry relax at Dan Grogan's Gravy Spa, where there are things like a gravy tub. The trio learn synchronized swimming, but some are afraid to go in! Four hundred pound parents Hank (Bill Engvall) and Debbie (Brooke Dillman) are upset when their daughter Cleo (Ayda Field) wants to date a "skinny person" (Peter Oldring). Larry and Brooke find a simpler way to eat with "Pre-Chewed Food." The Redneck Word of the Day is "Artichoke."

  • The theme of the episode is "Halloween". "Big Kids": Ronnie (Jeff), Blake (Bill), and Dooley (Larry) go trick-or-treating. "Extreme makover". Redneck word "Mask". The guys talk about things that scare them.

  • "Health" is the theme. Larry becomes "Larry the Spider guy" when he's bitten by an 8-legged creature. Jeff gets a "surprise" visit when he goes in for a routine check-up. Jeff introduces a new game called, "The best Redneck yard". Larry reads the politically correct "Snow Caucasian and the Seven Handy-Capable Little Persons" to a group of children. Redneck word of the week: "Raisin Bread". The guys say a few thanks at the end of the show.

  • Jeff opens the show with a few thoughts on Mardi Gras, women, and beads. The Big Kids' cousin visits, bringing his "stash"--pure uncut sugar in a baggie. All four boys get high slurping up the white stuff. Bill and Jeff wonder what it would be like to have Hank Williams Jr. over for supper, and the boys reprise the "big deck" sketch from the previous show.

  • Drew Carey and Big & Rich come to help this week with the theme of Music down in New Orleans.

  • Jeff plays L. Roy Tippet, a country singer with 20 million songs, none of them good. He also plays a guy who chooses a fishing trip over his mother-in-law's funeral. Next, Jeff and Larry the Cable Guy play two unlikely reporters on an awards show red carpet, and viewers get a triple dose of the Redneck Word of the Day.

  • Jeff, Bill, and Larry The Cable Guy learn to salsa dance. Bill plays a volatile little league coach, and basketball coach Bobby Knight (Heath Hyche) makes a guest appearance. Bill also plays the proud owner of the new George Foreman deep fryer. Gary Anthony Williams plays Charlie Pride - the only person at the 35th Annual African-American Country Music Awards. The Redneck Word of the Day is "witchadidja."

  • The boys take a look at the good old-fashioned American vacation and offer tips on how to quiet a noisy kid at a pool, how to arrange a weekend in jail when your cable goes out, and what to do when your father marries a younger woman on spring break.

  • Jeff Foxworthy, Bill Engvall and Larry The Cable Guy take a light-hearted look a marriage. The show starts off with a lingerie fashion show for married women. Jeff plays a very strange action hero, and Larry reads a special version of "Little Red Riding Hood." The Redneck Word of the Day is "hammer."

  • This week the BCTV cast explores the world of bad jobs. Jeff plays an incompetant cable TV-fixit guy and Weeble Kineval, a Super Dave Osbourne-esque stuntman with no arms and legs. Plus, the boys turn a pottery class upside down.The word of the week is "poppyseed".

  • With the help of guest star Ron White, Jeff Foxworthy, Bill Engvall and Larry The Cable Guy lampoon television as they take a Blue Collar look at game shows, the hit drama "CSI" and a very special skit called "Hick Eye for the Queer Guy." The redneck dictionary word of the week is "fascinate."

  • The theme this week is naked, and who better to help then Blue Collar partner Ron White!

  • Family is the theme of the WB's new skit-comedy, "Blue Collar TV" which features 3 of the 4 Blue Collar tourmates and an all-star cast.

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