Jeff Foxworthy and Larry the Cable Guy at Paramount Theatre on Saturday, November 21, at 5 p.m.
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In a Nutshell
Two stars of Blue Collar Comedy share “You Might Be a Redneck” and “Git-R-Done” quips during a night of common-sense hilarity
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$54.50 for one ticket to see Jeff Foxworthy and Larry the Cable Guy
When: Saturday, November 21, at 5 p.m.
Where: Paramount Theatre
Seating: Mezzanine 31-35 (Mezzanine levels of the balcony are accessible only by stairs, no elevator)
“You Might Be a Redneck”: the punchline that became Jeff’s calling card and led to dozens of redneck-themed books and best-selling comedy albums
Beige: the actual color of Jeff’s neck
Blue Collar Comedy: the group, and now genre, that Jeff spearheaded into fame
The American Bible Challenge: the hit Bible quiz show that Foxworthy hosts on the Game Show Network
Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader: the syndicated quiz show that Foxworthy has hosted since 2007
Handy Smurf: the Smurf that Jeff voices in the hit film series
Jeff Foxworthy jokes that end with his trademark punchline: “If you get pulled over for a speeding ticket with a mattress propped atop your car…,” “If you think ‘recipe for disaster’ has something to do with your wife’s chili…”
Larry the Cable Guy
The actual name of this sleeveless storyteller: Dan Whitney
His actual profession: standup comedian and host of the home-fried History Channel show Only in America with Larry The Cable Guy
Where he got his accent, according to an interview with The A.V. Club: “I grew up on a pig farm with nothing but 50- or 60-year-old cow farmers, so I was always able to drop in and out of that accent and that character.”
His trademark quip: “Git-R-Done”
His trademark style: classic one-liners, deadpan delivery, a none-too-swift drawl
Where he’s spread his crude country charm: in films including Witless Protection, Delta Farce, and Cars; onto branded barbecue sauces and beer bread; with a charitable foundation that supports the International Hip Dysplasia Institute