Blue Collar Comedy Tour Rides Again
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|Blue Collar Comedy Tour Rides Again|
|Directed by||C.B. Harding|
Larry the Cable Guy
|Distributed by||Paramount Pictures|
Blue Collar Comedy Tour Rides Again is the 2004 direct to video sequel to the film Blue Collar Comedy Tour: The Movie.
The Blue Collar guys have reunited for their second tour, and in this movie, they are in Denver, and funnier than ever. Bill Engvall was up first. His routine consisted of his classic and critically acclaimed "Here's Your Sign" jokes, a hunting trip with his wife that went terribly wrong, and an adventure whale-watching in California with a couple of surfers. Ron White was next. His routine was mainly stories about his family, his recent marriage and his new wife, and his bit of hilarious stories about his pet bulldog Sluggo. Jeff Foxworthy came out third. His routine was more about his redneck family, and his bit about side effects in prescription medicines. Larry the Cable Guy was the closer. His routine consisted of more about his many past girlfriends and his crazy relatives. After Larry's set, all four came out to finish the show. At first, they talked about how blessed they felt to be comedians, and with that, recalled the last jobs they had (or considered doing) before becoming comedians and eventually touring together. Then, Larry pulled out a guitar, and the guys did their heavily praised "I Believe" bit to the enthusiastic Denver crowd.
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