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  • Actors: Jeff Foxworthy, Anita Barone, Haley Joel Osment, Michelle Clunie, Jay Mohr
  • Directors: Alan Rafkin, Andrew Tsao, Gil Junger, Patrick Maloney, Ted Wass
  • Writers: Jeff Foxworthy, Bill Kunstler, Howard Michael Gould
  • Format: Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 1 encoding (US and Canada only)
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  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: July 27, 2004
  • Run Time: 406 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000274TMQ
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #61,576 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "The Jeff Foxworthy Show - The Complete First Season" on IMDb

Special Features

  • 18 episodes on two discs

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Product Description

This 1995 ABC-TV sitcom stars "You might be a redneck if..." comedian Jeff Foxworthy as an Indiana family man and owner of a heating and air-conditioning business. A pre-SIXTH SENSE Haley Joel Osment co-stars. For the show's second and final season, the setting was moved to Georgia and the show jumped networks, from ABC to NBC. Includes all 18 episodes from the first season.

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Personable comedian Jeff Foxworthy seemed a likely candidate in the 1990s to get his own situation comedy on television; thus was born The Jeff Foxworthy Show in '95, lasting two years. The Complete First Season includes the series' initial 18 episodes, which have much to recommend them despite obvious signs the program never quite figured out what is was about. Year 1 can easily be divided between pre-Jay Mohr episodes and everything after actor-comedian Mohr (Saturday Night Live) joined the cast as Wayne, a younger, wilder redneck brother of Jeff. (Foxworthy's character, like Jerry Seinfeld on Seinfeld, is named after the star.) The pre-Mohr episodes are simple domestic comedies focusing on Foxworthy's nuclear family: wife Karen (Anita Barone), a wry and insightful nurse, and son Matt (a very young Haley Joel Osment), a gifted student. Jeff, who owns a heating business but is too nice to his deadbeat customers, discovers in the show's premiere that Karen is pregnant, a happy event that culminates (of course) in a season-ending birth.

Long before that, however, Foxworthy tries to settle into a comfortable groove that finds Jeff a dutiful family man with a penchant (much like Gabe Kaplan on Welcome Back Kotter) for stopping Karen in her tracks and pelting her with anecdotes and jokes. Outside the house, Jeff spends most of his time at a diner with two repairmen (Matt Borlenghi and familiar character actor Matt Clark) who work for him, a refrain that quickly runs out of steam and leaves a comic vacuum for half the season. Episode 13 sees an infusion of energy with the arrival of Mohr--sometimes too much energy--and the addition of a couple other characters. Foxworthy suddenly seems a bit more urbane, though still muddled, at this point, and with Jeff's business going down the tubes, the stories take on a certain comic urgency. (A highlight is "Shootout at the Comedy Corral," in which Jeff and Wayne's sibling rivalry heats up via dueling performances at a comedy club.) More changes in Foxworthy would occur in season 2 (including a replacement for the departing Barone), but The Complete First Season has plenty of virtues to recommend it. --Tom Keogh

Customer Reviews

Good wholesome family show.
Red
I loved this DVD set, great addition to my video collection.
Michael Small
It was good to watch something I hadn't seen in years.
Mo

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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Ned on March 4, 2005
Jeff Foxworthy stars as a Southern boy transplanted to Indiana where he and his wife are raising their family. He is the owner of a heating and air-conditioning business. Most of the time he is at a local club, knocking back a few cups of coffee at the local greasy spoon, or trying to keep his fledgling business afloat.

This set includes the entire first season's 18 episodes.

1) Jeff's Life 101 - After Jeff repays a loan from his father-in-law, he gets hit with a series of unexpected expenses.

2) A Non-Affair to Remember - One of Karen's co-workers flirts with Jeff and he starts to feels guilty.

3) The Gene Pool - Jeff believes Matt should learn to swim.

4) Elliot and Victoria's Secret - Elliot, Kathy's dad, tells Jeff a big secret about his past while on a fishing trip.

5) Womb with a View - Matt brings a video of Karen giving birth to school.

6) With Two You Get Cow's Milk - Jeff and his father-in-law go all out to out do each other in a Halloween decorating competition.

7) Jeff & Ray & Rascal's Adventure - Jeff wants to prove he is not an idiot.

8) A Sore Winner - The Foxworthy's appear on America's Funniest Home Videos.

9) He's Making a List, Checking it Twice - Jeff promises Karen he'll help with Christmas preparations but he doesn't quite work out that way.

10) Foxworthy Family Feud - Jeff tries to remain neutral in the marital battle between Karen's sister Gayle and her husband Dennis.

11) Matt About You - Gayle moves in with Jeff and Karen.

12) Clan of the Bare Caves - Jeff's business is so slow he loses Walt and Russ.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Lisa M. Hauck on September 29, 2005
We just rented these discs from NetFlix and now I'm shopping around to purchase them; that's how much we enjoyed them! It seems like most people either found this series average or below, and I can't understand why. Maybe it's my own warped sense of humor (which my husband shares), but we totally enjoyed all the episodes, especially after brother Wayne joins the cast. We are middle-aged people and maybe this style of humor is best suited for that age group. Anyway, I give it a Big 5 Stars and will continue to enjoy the belly laughs Jeff Foxworthy can be counted on to provide.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Steve D. Thams on January 19, 2005
I liked this season alright, but the only complaint I had was that Jay Mohr played a irritating character. I don't think it has to do with him. I just think the character was irritating.

But what I really would like if they released the second season on DVD when they lived in the south. And Bill Engvall, I'm a huge fan of him. When Bill and Jeff are together expect hilarity. The first season was okay, but I would really love to see the second season released.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Nikita on July 28, 2006
I didn't catch these when they were on television. I just bought these DVD's,elsewhere. So, I was looking on Amazon to see if there were more seasons. I am so disappointed that there aren't. They actually talk about going to church on this show! It was a terrific family show. There's very little on TV nowadays that you can say that about. My family and I have watched this season over and over and over again. I wish there were more.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Susan W. Sager on March 24, 2007
I had only seen a few episodes of "The Jeff Foxworthy Show" on television because they don't come on tv much at all and when they had a sell at Walmart for only $5.50 for the whole set, I had to pick it up. The few episodes that I saw were great so I thought why not, for $5.50!!! I have to say that I wouldn't mind paying $20 for this set after watching it because this set is so good and is funny too! This is a great family show and I have been waiting for season 2 to come out because I can't wait for the new baby to arrive and to see what us going to happen.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By that guy on December 10, 2005
ive never watched this show so im not gonna review on if its good or not i just wanted to let people know that it was in my walmart in the $5.50 bin so before you buy it here for 25 check your walmarts cheap dvd bin you may get lucky.
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I missed this show while it was on the air; but looking back ten years later it doesn't seem to be that dated. One may argue that Foxworthy is a comedian, not an actor - his acting here is convincing, but let's face it, he's playing himself. This is certainly not a flop on the level of Madonna's multiple embarrassments after "playing herself" in "Desperately Seeking Susan!" - Foxworthy is likeable on the screen, and doesn't stoop to offensive stereotypes to bring his message across. (Stereotypes perhaps, but NOT offensive.)

Watching the first season in order, one realizes that the show was trying to fix something and make it better. Since I have not seen the second season, I don't know if they did. (Will it ever be released?) But I was riveted to the screen for several nights, and enjoyed the show immensely.

Haley Joel Osment virtually steals every scene he's in, and perhaps this show will be of interest to film historians in the future BECAUSE of Osment.

If this show didn't live up to expectations, I don't think Foxworthy's career has suffered from this one iota. I really enjoyed watching these, but probably enjoyed them so much because I paid $5.50 at Wal*Mart.

And Foxworthy's career continues just fine, thank you, with the Blue Collar Comedy Tour.

(God, can you imagine Larry the Cable Guy in a sitcom? Wouldn't last as long as "The Book of Daniel"!)
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