Blue Collar TV Episode Guides
Jeff, Bill, and Larry have their futures foretold by a palm reader. Peter plays big kid Cousin Timmy, who reveals a hidden, giant stash of delicious candy to Jeff, Bill, and Larry, playing younger kids Ronnie, Blake, and Dooley. Gary joins up with Jeff and Bill as all three have another discusion on big decks, and Bill goes to dinner as country legend Hank Williams Jr. Also featuring the redneck dictionary and musical performer Big & Rich.
Larry offers the kids a politically correct Christmas tale for our times. Jeff and Bill play Big Kids Ronnie and Blake, who attempt to teach Dooley, played by Larry, to walk for the sake of keeping Christmas alive. Jeff and Brooke play Terry and Tina Tackett, who offer up its Tacket Family mobile home Christmas. Also featuring the redneck dictionary.
With a theme of "naked," sketches include "Real Bachelors" and "Rescue 911." Also featuring the redneck dictionary.
Jeff plays Dan Grogan, owner of Dan Grogan's Gravy Spa which Bill and Larry visit for some rest and relaxation and where Larry learns to synchronize swim. Brooke and Bill play Debbie and Hank, a 400-pound couple whose daughter Cleo, played by Ayda, wants to date a thin guy. Larry and Brooke discover that the easy way to eat is to go with pre-chewed food. Also featuring the redneck dictionary.
Jeff, Bill, Larry, and Drew Carey play hunters with a penchant for Broadway showtunes. Jeff, Bill, and Larry attend the New Orleans School of Cooking for some Creole food styling, while Peter joins the trio for a discussion about big decks. Also featuring the redneck dictionary and musical performer Big & Rich.
With a theme of "family," sketches include the "House of Gravy" restaurant, "400 Pounds of Intervention," and "Big Kids." Also featuring the redneck dictionary.
Jeff plays country singer Roy Tippet, a country singer with an unbelievably bad and unbelievably large (20 million) collection of songs. Jeff also plays a man whose fishing trip comes first in priority over his mother in law's funeral. Jeff and Larry play two fish-out-of-water red carpet interviewers at an awards show. Also, three words from the redneck dictionary.
Whoopi Goldberg, played by Gary, hosts a telethon for people with a very unusual facial disorder, and is joined by singer Diana DeGarmo. Martha Stewart, played by Brooke, gives her prison decoration tips from jail, while Larry offers up a new fragrance. Bill starts his own "Hooters"-esque eatery called "Major Walnuts," while Brooke, Ashley, and Ayda play Kitty, Alexis, and Boosha, three "Really, Really, Really Desperate Housewives."
Gary and Peter play "American Idol" stars Reuben Studdard and Clay Aiken, as they sing a tune just for Jeff, Larry, and Bill. Brooke plays an incarcerated Martha Stewart who offers up some decorating tips, and NASCAR racer Mike Waltrip vents on things that "burn" him inside. Also featuring the redneck dictionary.
Jeff, Bill, and Larry go to pro-wrestling school. The Martin Brothers take on a competing ventriloquist's sidekick dummy. Jeff seeks help for an addiction to barbecue, and he, Bill, and Larry all reflect on some rather foolish personal experiences. Also featuring the redneck dictionary.
Jeff, Bill, and Larry learn the art of salsa dancing. Bill plays a high-strung little league baseball coach who is visited by high-strung basketball coach Bobby Knight, and also plays the owner of one of George Foreman's newest cooking products, a deep fryer. Gary plays Charlie Pride, a black country performer who finds himself all alone at the long-running Annual African-American Country Music Awards ceremony. Also featuring the redneck dictionary.
Jeff, Bill, and Larry serve up some of their favorite advice for vacations, such as getting the loud kid at the pool to keep the volume down, ending up in jail when the cable at home fizzes out, and the best way to handle the young woman your father met and married during his spring break experience. Also featuring the redneck dictionary.
Bill plays Jack Bauer, star of the television drama series "24 Seconds." Heath, Ashley, Gary, and Peter attempt to spell the word "Engine" in a spelling bee, while Jeff, Bill, and Larry play the Martin Brothers Casey, Jack, and Dale, who offer up a funny home video of their own. Also featuring the redneck dictionary.
Jeff, Bill, and Larry examine the institution of marriage, with a lingerie fashion show aimed at the married woman. Jeff plays a unique kind of hero, while Larry presents a very interesting twist on "Little Red Riding Hood." Also featuring the redneck dictionary.
Jeff, Bill, and Larry take part in some "Gymnastics" and get a case of "Beer Goggles." The Martin Brothers come together for a special family reunion. Also featuring a performance by Montgomery Gentry and the redneck dictionary.
Jeff, Bill, and Larry show their heroic sides in "Rescue 911" and find themselves training to be wrestlers in "Wrestling School, Part 1." Bill also delves into the world of firearms with "Sergeant Clean's Spot Gun." Also featuring the redneck word of the day and another redneck yard of the week award.
Jeff, Bill, and Larry offer up some lessons to children in "Puppet School." The Martin Brothers show some ways to have fun at a bad party and Bill returns as the "Bad Story Teller." Also featuring the redneck dictionary.
Ron White helps the cast poke fun at game shows, "CSI," and reality TV, with "Hick Eye for the Queer Guy." Also featuring the redneck dictionary.
Jeff, Bill, and Larry examine the messy side of clothing in "Toilet in Your Pants," go back for more mat-thumping education in "Wrestling School, Part II," and peddle the giant "Dirt Demon" home cleaning vehicle. Also featuring the redneck dictionary.
Larry becomes Larry the Spider Guy after being bitten by a spider. The Butt-Bandit makes an appearance during Jeff's medical exam. Bill, Ayda, and Ashley play a family living in Los Angeles who decide to use a new type of "life-imprinting" to bring up their child. Also featuring the redneck dictionary.
Jeff, Bill, and Larry examine the craziness of raising kids in "Take Your Daughter to Work Day," "Steroid Kid," and "Indoor Camouflage." The Martin Brothers get a taste of what it's like when car sickness kicks in. Also featuring the redneck dictionary.
Jeff, Bill, and Larry take up Japanese cooking. Larry plays Rusty, a pooch who may be a little too friendly, and Jeff plays Heavy Heat, an obese private investigator. Bill explains why men should be the ones to load up the car on trips, but finds that his method doesn't allow seating space for his family. Also featuring the redneck dictionary.
Jeff, Bill, and Larry deliver some "Small Town News," and run a "Used Emporium" where pre-used items ranging from toothbrushes to diapers can be bought. Bill offers up a tale in "Bad Storyteller." Also featuring the redneck dictionary.
Jeff plays a dad who tries to help his wife and kids deal with a cable TV outage. When Bill plays a nanny who is attacked by a possessed baby, Larry becomes the baby's hunter in the redneck version of "The Amityville Horror." A family is offered up some "Fear Factor"-styled vittles for dinner. Also featuring the redneck dictionary.
Battle of the Sexes
Jeff, Larry, and Bill look back at the Brady family when they feature "Brady Bunch" star Christopher Knight in their own parody, "Brady Trash." Also featuring the redneck dictionary.
LeAnn Rimes and Jeff play Christie Brinkley and Chuck Norris in a parody exercise video for the "Dual Exercisemaster 3000." Also featuring a performance by LeAnn Rimes and the redneck dictionary.
Jeff plays Weeble Kneeble, a daredevil stuntman who performs without arms and legs, and a repairman who works wonders with a baseball bat. Bill ponders the philosophical questions of life and bus doors, while Larry attempts to shine in the world of pottery. Also featuring the redneck dictionary.
Jeff, Bill, and Larry play "Big Kids" Ronnie, Blake, and Dooley, who get a little freaked out during a night of trick-or-treating. Jeff and Bill play Terry and Lloyd, two members of the Tacket Family who inadvertently didn't remember to send out invitations to the family Halloween bash. Larry plays the Phantom of the Grand Ole Opry. Also featuring the redneck dictionary.
Bill plays Jeff in the origin story of Jeff's "you might be a redneck if." Larry travels back in time to find out the origin of Bill's "here's your sign," while Jeff plays Larry in "Git-R-Done." Jeff also plays a NASCAR driver who brings his daughter, played by Ashley, to the office, while Bill and Brooke get into a mud wrestling match. Also featuring the redneck dictionary.
Pro wrestler Jeff Jarrett shows up at a family dinner and turns a meal into a wrestling match. Jeff also discusses "Things That Burn Me" with a look at the typical overbearing fan requests. Jeff introduces a Dirt Demon, a fully-loaded vacuum with riding capabilities. Larry offers up another politically incorrect tale, while Heath plays Major John Bell, a military man who tries to teach female soldiers the finer points of sexual harassment training. Also featuring the redneck word of the day.
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