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The guys who had you laughing on the Blue Collar Comedy Tour - Jeff Foxworthy, Bill Engvall and Larry the Cable Guy - bring their particular brand of hilarity to Blue Collar TV: Season 1 Volume 1. 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?

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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 in the 1994 debut season with a strong monologue riffing on one or another theme: marriage, bad jobs, sports, vacations, family, partying. Happy redneck Larry the Cable Guy and NASCAR-loving Everyman Bill Engvall join Foxworthy in energetic skits that definitely become funnier and bolder with each new show. Among the best sketches is "CSI: Greater Greensboro Tri-Area," in which Foxworthy's crime-scene sleuth is on the trail of a deerslayer. "Lingerie for Couples Together 20 Years" spotlights such hot domestic garb as sweatshirts accented with a ratty, cat-hair-covered blanket from the back of a closet. "Hug or Hit" is a mock game show in which a terrified contestant has to predict whether a drunk sleeping in a glass booth will, upon awakening, embrace or take a swing at him.

The recurring "I believe" format finds Foxworthy, Larry, and Engvall piously revealing articles of their faith in this hard, hard world: "I believe," Engvall says, "that Angelina Jolie thinks about me as much as I think about her." Right. Guest star Ron White (the missing fourth partner from the Blue Collar tours), cigarette and Scotch-on-the-rocks in hand, lends his decadent (and welcome) persona here and there to the proceedings. Drew Carey shows up as well, but it's the series' obvious growth over 13 episodes that makes Blue Collar TV a comedy success. --Tom Keogh


Special Features

  • 13 episodes on two discs
  • Boyz in the Wood: a behind-the-scenes look at season 1
  • Live Comedy No Second Chances featurette
  • Hatfield-McCoy redneck dictionary
  • $5 mail-in rebate when you buy Season 1, vol. 1 and Season 1, vol. 2 (coming in 2006)

Product Details

  • Actors: Jeff Foxworthy, Larry the Cable Guy, Bill Engvall, Brooke Dillman, Nathan Wright
  • Writers: Jeff Foxworthy, Adam Small, Fax Bahr
  • Producers: Kathy Katz, Ted Kenney, Tom Park
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Subtitled, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, French
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: November 8, 2005
  • Run Time: 302 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000ARXFAA
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #33,345 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Butch Ediocy on December 19, 2005
Format: DVD
What a hilarious sketch show! Jeff Foxworthy, Bill Engvall, and Larry the Cable Guy are here to entertain TV viewers alike, and making the show a lot more bearable than any other stupidly raunchy sketch show (such as The Man Show). Too bad this DVD set contains only 13 episodes, but they are funny all around, nonetheless. These episodes are:

1. Family
2. Naked
3. TV
4. Bad Jobs
5. Marriage
6. Boyz in the Wood
7. Vacation
8. Sports
9. Funerals
10. Music
11. Partying
12. Getting Sick
13. Haloween

No matter what the episode is, you'll always find a hilarious sketch all around. In FAMILY, you would find the antics of little kids in the back seat of the car, as well as an infomercial stating Dan Grogan's House of Gravy (Always drown every meal with gravy). In NAKED, you would find a man going blind after seeing a naked 80-year-old woman in a Rescue-911 parody (anybody remember that show?) as well as Larry the Cable Guy hang out with a bunch of buxom babes in The Real Bachelor. In TV, you'll see special guest Ron White in mockery game show called Hug You or Hit You (classic), as well as Jeff, Bill, and Larry take part in a deer killing crime on CSI: Greater Greensboro North Tri-County Area. In BAD JOBS, you'll see Human Stunt Torso (armless and legless) Weeble Kneeble become tormented by the antics of his stunt coordinator while trying to preform a stunt as well as see Jeff try to fix a toaster oven for a woman on Fix It Or Feel Better. In MARRIAGE, you'll see Jeff Foxworthy star as a secret agent in a suspense film parody, trying not to be defined as the "you might be" guy ("If you don't tell me where the drugs are stashed, you might be shopping for dentures.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By G. G. Decker on January 25, 2006
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Okay, start with The Man Show. Peel off the giddy, adolescent obsession with naughty-bits, replace the talent with some people who actually have some wit comic timing and you get: Blue Collar TV.

This is the show that The Man Show would have been if the writers of that show understood that men are not perpetually 12 years old. The humor is based largely on laughing at the day-to-day grind of people with typical responsibilities (kids, jobs, family, etc), as well as the occasional scatalogical reference. (Whaddya want from them? Farts are funny.) Occasionally, they'll throw out a curve ball that's so wildly over the top that you might forget that it's funny on it's own merits.

The show manages to be unsophisticated without being crass-- a hard balance to strike these days. It pokes fun, but it never crosses the line into sheer malice (or, at least, not often) The talent is very helpful in making the show work. So much of the humor is self-deprecatory that nobody else could do it without coming across as mean spirited or cynical.

Another thing you'll notice about the show is that it doesn't suffer from an affliction that curses so many other comedy shows of this sort: None of the skits run too long. The writing is quick and surgical-- it gets in, makes the joke, and fades out for the next routine. Nothing overstays its welcome. The writers understand that if it's funny once, it's not necessarily funny another fifty times in a row. And for that, I'm thankful.

The added benefit of what I just mentioned is that stuff that isn't particularly funny doesn't last too long, so you're not stuck watching an ill-conceived "joke" fail to be funny for more than a few minutes.

Not that there are many of those on this show.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By G. Brewer on August 8, 2005
According to an article on TVSHOWSONDVD.com. The first season will be released as Volume One which will carry the first 13 episodes of this classic comedy show. The release date as the article goes on to say is scheduled for November 8.
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With working umpteen hours a week, I never had the time to watch Jeff Foxworthy, Larry the Cable Guy or Bill Engvall.

Now that I've got some time on my hands - and upon having one of those "blue" days - I decided to watch the Blue Collar Comedy Tour's "Them Idiots" on N..... And then I watched it again and again.

I can't tell you how many times I laughed out loud. I got hooked on their brand of no-profanity, simple comedy and decided to order the movies AND the TV show. A great decision!

The first DVD to arrive was Blue Collar TV - Season 1, Vol 1.

OMG

I can not believe how much I laughed. I laughed so hard at one point, tears were streaming down my face and, hate to admit it, was snorting. And that was with just the FIRST episode!!!

If you are looking for good, clean humor (a little on the "dumb" side) you've gotta get these DVDs. Now, I am NOT saying there isn't double entendre or innuendo, but I think you could probably let the kids watch and not have to worry about scarring them for life.

Funny, funny, funny.

So funny, I had to write this review: my very FIRST Amazon review. THAT'S how funny I thought this was!

Can't wait to watch everything else by these guys!
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Blue Collar tv is a down-home versiom of 70's SNL. It is extremely well produced complete wi th a terrific and talented cast of actors and actresses doing some very funny skits. Jeff Foxworthy, Larry the Cable Guy Bill Engvall joined ocassionally by Ron White and their regular comedy cast. As I remember this show started on Fox and then moved to the WB. I wish they would do new shows. Very funny!Blue Collar TV - Season 1, Vol. 1
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