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*In the monologue, Ron's bat is obviously fake, and there is no "thwack" sound effect when it connects with Bill's crotch.
*In the baseball skit, there's no visible puddle of urine in the dirt at Larry's feet when he finishes peeing.
*How did Bill get a bruise that size on his forehead if he was wearing his batting helmet?
In the Dukes of Hazzard parody, Daisy says Roscoe called to give them the heads up on Boss Hogg. If anyone were going to be calling them it would've had to have been Enos since he was the only honest cop in the county and he had a crush on Daisy. Roscoe would do whatever Boss Hogg said.
When the Duke boys get to Uncle Jesse, they tell him that Boss Hogs placed laxatives in his chili, but when Daisy told the boys what had happened, she just said that he was up to trouble, she didn't say anything about laxatives.
In the Dukes of Hazzard parody, Bo and Luke Duke decide to be polite and open the passenger side door on General Lee for Daisy to get in. That should not be possible because the doors on General Lee are welded shut.
Jeff Foxworthy reacts to the bird poop seconds before it actually lands on him the third time.
During the last few minutes of the show when the Blue Collar Guys were challenging the audience to a fight, Jeff calls out their wrestling names, but he calls Fred Flintstud(Larry) FRED FLINTSTONE!
Larry, during the pukefest in the Big Kids sketch, doesn't quite get his hand up to his mouth in time. You can see the "vomit" come flowing out of his sleeve-cuff too soon.
Martha Stewart is out of prison now, and is confined to her home. The episode was most likely taped when she was still in prison, but chose not to update as it would have been when the show aired.
In regards to this skit, Major John Bell (Heath Hyche) teaches his female soldiers about sexual harassment, Hyche is dressed in a Marine uniform. He addresses the women as Soldiers on several occasions. If you ever call a Marine a Soldier, you're probably gonna get your butt whipped. Soldiers are in the Army, not in the Marines.
The Major Walnuts sketch overlooked a simple fact about male anatomy--cold water there tends to cause..ahem...shrinkage. So a wet-shorts competition would be a bit anticlimactic for the ladies.
During the closing q-and-a segment, Jeff (playing Larry) flubs up and calls Bill (playing Foxworthy) "Bill" instead of "Jeff". Larry, too, breaks character twice to talk to the audience directly.
In "The Tacketts" Halloween sketch, it is suggested that Mrs. Tackett (dressed as Marilyn Monroe) is not wearing any underwear. But when she stands over the air grate, it is obvious that she is.
When the kid's parents find them hopped up on sugar, the mom complains that there are candy wrappers all over the floor, but Timmy didn't give them wrapped candy. He gave them piles of sugar from Pixie Sticks and Breath Strips. Where did the candy wrappers come from?
The "Weeble Kneeble" segment is obviously using a dummy.
During the "Redneck Shakespeare" sketch, the actor playing Hamlet holds a skull. However, what he performs is the famous "to be or not to be" soliliquoy. Hamlet isn't adressing Yorick (owner of the skull) in this speech, but one performed much later in the play.