Blue Collar TV

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Blue Collar TV

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Jeff Foxworthy, Bill Engvall and Larry the Cable Guy, along with an ensemble cast including Brooke Dillman, Ashley Drane, Ayda Field, Heath Hyche, Peter Oldring and Gary Anthony Williams, and recurring guest star Ron White, star on BLUE COLLAR TV. The show makes comedy out of the life of the ordinary, working class individual with a different theme in each episode.
Peter Oldring

Peter Oldring

Himself/Various Characters

Bill Engvall

Bill Engvall

Himself/Various Characters

Jeff Foxworthy

Jeff Foxworthy

Himself/Various Characters

Gary Anthony Williams

Gary Anthony Williams

Himself/Various Characters

Larry the Cable Guy

Larry the Cable Guy

Himself/Various Characters

Ashley Eckstein

Ashley Eckstein

Herself/Various Characters

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  • Collar or not

    10
    It doesn't matter what color your collar is these guys are, red, white, or blue they aare funny as all hell they come, so listen up and have a cod time and does forget to breath while you are watching the show.
  • Terrible idea!!!

    1.7
    The Blue Collar Comedy Tour was rather funny, minusing of course Jeff Foxworthy who must be the worst comedian of all time. He looks stupid and tells his stupid "You might be a redneck..." jokes, which are VERY STUPID! The idea of doing a skit show is completely washed out. Saturday Night Live, Mad TV, All That, they are all funny but somewhat played out. But then you throw a redneck, hick aspect into it, its just annoyingly stupid, at best. Really can't see it lasting very long... at least I hope not.moreless
  • Blue Collar TV is kind-of about the life of a redneck in a northerner's world, or nation. It's kind-of a mix of MADtv and 'You Might Be A Redneck If', especially since the creator of the skit is one of the main characters. You should deffinately watch it.moreless

    10
    Most people say that Blue Collar TV is unamusing because of its sick jokes and farting/butts, but that's what makes it funny! Every show has its own intro by Joe Foxworthy, and has a hillarious finale at the end, which usually ends with a butt joke from Larry the Cable Guy.



    Larry is my favorite cast member. He's funny, got great catch lines ('Get-r-done' and 'I don't care who you are, thats funny!'), and is easy to recognize because of his ripped sleaves. One of my favorite skits with him the 'The Apprentice' skit where Larry is Trump (Not really, he just took his spot on the show, Larry did NOT dress up like Donald Trump) and forces the contestants to act like him.



    I don't care who you are you should watch this show.moreless
  • larry the cable guy, jeff foxworthy, and bill engvall come back one more time in a great sketch comedy where they take on many different personalities

    10
    i was so sad when this show ended and they each went on their own separate ways..they were just so awesome together..i was so happy when this show came on b/c i hadnt seen or had a good sketch comedy on tv since the late 90s early millenium after the amanda show..yes madtv was good but after most of the original cast left it fell into the same rut as all that..so yes this was the best sketch comedy on tv of its time..i love every skit they did..it was funny when they intermingled with a new cast but when they were all together we got a good old timemoreless
  • Just like one of my family reunions.

    10
    Being a bit of a redneck myself, I can appreciate their modern style of humor. So what if them Harvard retards is too educated to get it, that's their loss. My friends and I can gather around the tube with a thirty pack and listen to the type of humor we can relate to. I mean Larry the cable guy's sister sounds just like Charlie's sister. Then theres my cousin "Tater". My richest relative actually had the company take the tires off of his double wide, but he was working for them at the time. I could send redneck yard of the week for a year, then theres the other yards besides my kinfolk. So to cut it short "Blue Collar Comedy" rules in Emory (by god) Texas.moreless
  • FORMER BLUE COLLAR COMEDIAN'S SHOW BEING EYED AS COMPANION FOR SYNDIE RAYMOND.

    TBS collars Engvall family sitcom

  • BILL ENGVALL WILL STAR IN A HALF-HOUR FAMILY COMEDY.

    TBS orders pilot from Blue Collar comic

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    Comedy

    Themes

    Satire, low brow humor, the low class, southern comfort, social commentary