The Jeff Foxworthy Show

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  • TV-PG
  • 1995
  • 2 Seasons
  • 5.5  (752)

The Jeff Foxworthy Show was a sitcom that aired from 1995 to 1997 on NBC. The show was centered around comedian Jeff Foxworthy, who played a fictionalized version of himself. Jeff was a family man who lived in Georgia with his wife Karen (played by Anita Barone in season one, and Ann Cusack in season two) and their two children, Matt (played by Haley Joel Osment) and Justin (played by Jonathan Lipnicki). Jeff was a blue-collar worker who worked as a manager of a trucking company.

The show explored the everyday struggles of Jeff and his family, as they navigated life in the suburbs of Georgia. Jeff's character was known for his signature catchphrases, such as "You might be a redneck if..." and "If it weren't for my horse, I wouldn't have spent that year in college." These jokes often made their way into the show, providing some comedic relief.

One of the major themes of the show was Jeff's relationship with his son Matt. Matt was often portrayed as a mischievous child who caused trouble for his parents. Jeff's attempts to discipline Matt were often comedic, as he struggled to maintain his authority as a parent. However, Jeff's love for his son was always evident, and the show emphasized the importance of family values.

Another major theme of the show was Jeff's relationship with his friends and co-workers. Jeff's best friend was Bill (played by Bill Engvall), who was also a blue-collar worker at the trucking company. Jeff and Bill often shared stories about their wives and kids, and their antics provided some of the show's funniest moments.

The show also explored Jeff's relationship with his brother Wayne (played by Jay Mohr), who was a successful businessman living in California. Wayne often visited Jeff in Georgia, which provided some culture clash comedy as he tried to adjust to life in the South.

One of the most memorable episodes of the show featured Jeff's attempt to build a treehouse for his son Matt. Jeff's lack of handyman skills made the construction process comedic, and the treehouse ultimately turned out to be a disaster. However, the episode emphasized the importance of spending quality time with family and the value of hard work.

Overall, The Jeff Foxworthy Show was a heartwarming sitcom that emphasized the importance of family and friendship. Jeff's signature humor and catchphrases made their way into the show, providing some comedic relief. The show was not without its flaws, as some critics felt that the humor was too predictable and lacked originality. However, the show's positive message and lovable characters made it a hit with audiences during its two-year run on NBC.

The Jeff Foxworthy Show is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (41 episodes). The series first aired on September 12, 1995.

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Field of Schemes
23. Field of Schemes
May 5, 1997
Things are interesting when the Packing company vs the Lumber company in a game of baseball.
Twister of Fate
22. Twister of Fate
May 5, 1997
The Foxworthys must prepare for a tornado and it starts them thinking about what they would do if something would happen to them.
Wrestling Opera
21. Wrestling Opera
April 28, 1997
Matt talks his dad into a night of pro-wrestling instead of attending a class trip to the opera.
Real Men
20. Real Men
April 14, 1997
Jeff has big plans for his anniversary, but Karen's business trip gets in the way and he ends up spending it with Bill.
The Good, The Bad and The Hairless
19. The Good, The Bad and The Hairless
April 7, 1997
Matt is embarrassed when he wins an award for Most Courteous student and he finds the need to start to rebel.
Mooseface Loves Nuzzles
18. Mooseface Loves Nuzzles
March 17, 1997
Jeff has every intention to plan something romantic for Karen. His buddies sidetrack him with a trip to a local roadhouse and when he performs a chivalrous act for a waitress, he lands himself in the dog house.
Gone Fishin'
17. Gone Fishin'
March 10, 1997
Karen plans a fishing trip with her new friend and Jeff's not happy about having to pal around with the annoying husband.
Foxworthy Shall Rise Again
16. Foxworthy Shall Rise Again
March 3, 1997
Jeff's new boss decides the loading dock crew will bond and signs them up for a Civil War reenactment battle.
Big Dogs
15. Big Dogs
February 17, 1997
Bill makes Jeff attend a self help infomercial seminar.
Jeff, You the Man
14. Jeff, You the Man
February 3, 1997
Jeff claims victory in the "mud bogggin' race, but trouble arises as his rival heists the trophy.
The Briarton Syndrome
13. The Briarton Syndrome
January 20, 1997
Jeff's boss has work accident and spill toxic material on the dock and it causes a 2 day quarantine.
Can't Teach An Old Dog New Tricks
12. Can't Teach An Old Dog New Tricks
January 13, 1997
The town plans a funeral for the Foxworthy's dog and plan to burry the dog next to the plot saved for Karen.
Feud for Thought
11. Feud for Thought
January 6, 1997
Karen gets involved with a family feud and invites the Raffertys to dinner.
Merry Christmas, Y'all
10. Merry Christmas, Y'all
December 16, 1996
Jeff and Big Jim are in big trouble when they are arrested for chopping down a tree in a state park.
The Thanksgiving Episode
9. The Thanksgiving Episode
November 25, 1996
Even though Karen was desperately hoping to keep Thanksgiving simple this year, they open their doors to an interesting group of people.
Like Florus, Like Son
8. Like Florus, Like Son
November 18, 1996
Matt gets upset with his dad's strict rules so he stows away on Florus's truck.
Puppy Love Triangle
7. Puppy Love Triangle
November 11, 1996
Matt's teacher contacts Jeff and Karen to let them know he has been distracted lately. The teacher, Miss Blosier, thinks he is spending too much time with Nettie. It turns out Matt has a crush on his teacher.
The Practical Joke
6. The Practical Joke
October 28, 1996
The new boss would like Jeff to fire Ebb and Candy. In the meantime Florus and Bill decide to trick Ebb and Candy into believing they have won the lottery.
The Gift
5. The Gift
October 21, 1996
Big Jim gets booted by one girlfriend and lands right into the arms of another lady. Jeff spends time pondering his dad's special 'gift'.
My Dinner with Betty
4. My Dinner with Betty
October 14, 1996
Jeff lands in hot water with all his friends when Karen invites Bill'e ex-wife,Betty over for dinner.
The Poor Sportsmen of the Apocalypse
3. The Poor Sportsmen of the Apocalypse
October 7, 1996
The men head off for a manly hunting trip to the great outdoors. Karen works hard to find a way to get rid of a portrait of 'mee-maw' Foxworthy.
The List is Strife
2. The List is Strife
September 30, 1996
Karen wants to make their communication better and decides that she and Jeff should make lists for partner improvement.
Where the Donuts are Good, Not Great
1. Where the Donuts are Good, Not Great
September 23, 1996
The family is finding it is taking time to adjust to moving to Jeff's hometown.
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The Jeff Foxworthy Show is available for streaming on the NBC website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch The Jeff Foxworthy Show on demand at The Roku Channel Free and Crackle.
  • Premiere Date
    September 12, 1995
  • IMDB Rating
    5.5  (752)