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For The First Time Ever, All Three Blue Collar Comedy Tour Movies Are Available To Own In One Complete Set!
It had to happen: A national tour of redneck comedians culminating in this frequently funny concert film, shot in Phoenix. Ron White's scotch-and-tobacco-fueled, fatalistic world view gets things off to a good start. ("That last engine had just enough power to get us to our crash site.") Larry the Cable Guy's creepy-silly persona helps deliver a set long on gross-out humor. ("I've been seein' a good-lookin' girl. But now I lost my binoculars.") Bill Engvall balances the tone with his family-man shtick. ("There needs to be a teenage driver's lane lined with tires and mattresses.") Main event champ Jeff Foxworthy offers fresh material about the act of ice-fishing as an out-of-body experience for fish, describes the bizarre sight of a leaf blower among items confiscated by airport security and, of course, renders his trademark re-re-re-definitions of what constitutes a redneck ("a glorious absence of sophistication"). Lots to enjoy here. --Tom Keogh --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
This show is their classic best and I say this having seen two or three of their other 'tours', none of which came close to meriting adding them to my collection of comedy DVDs. Read morePublished 4 months ago by beebe
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So funny. Not much of a fan of Larry, but he has his funny moments.Published 10 months ago by Col Wichers
Watched this a few years back and recently took a nostalgic moment, so I needed to buy it, just as funny as the first time I seen it!Published 21 months ago by Amie
im verry upset was informed that i would recieve package on dec 21 only recieved a peice of paper saying that my package was undeliverable i contacked ups and they told me that... Read morePublished on Dec 24 2012 by ken