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Only in America with Larry the Cable Guy: Volume 1 DVD


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HISTORY breaks comedic ground as Larry the Cable Guy takes a zany spin around the U.S. From the Oregon Trail to the Grand Canyon, from crossing the Delaware to searching for Californias gold, Larrys signature persona delivers offbeat America, with stories of real history and loads of down-home fun. Larry gits-r-done, as he visits iconic sites, engaging people along the way. ONLY IN AMERICA WITH LARRY THE CABLE GUY brings fun-loving country to an historic level.

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4.0 out of 5 stars Folksy And Genial Humor Highlights This Tour Of American Oddities 15 Aug 2011
By K. Harris - Published on
Produced for the History Network (really?), "Only in America with Larry the Cable Guy" is at once a new brand of reality show and completely reliant on a successfully proven formula. Anyone who has seen "Dirty Jobs" or a myriad of similarly themed entertainment will realize that Larry is trying to put a comedic twist on the concept. Traveling the country, Larry embarks on hosting misadventures that make the most of his countrified persona. But unlike other shows, Larry always remains a character--it is reality television built around a fictional construct. In the first ten episodes of Season One (this is NOT the full season, only Volume One), Larry makes moonshine, goes to the swamp, shoots guns, gets the horns, breeds mules, races dogs, gets a gator, goes trucking, is an astronaut, and rides with a motorcycle gang. Larry embraces each task willingly poking gentle fun at the subject, at himself, and/or at his guides. Genial and folksy, it's easy enough to like the program--I'm just not sure if the show is particularly revelatory. In truth, I learned little and some of the destination points seemed rather expected.

If you like Larry's brand of humor, though, it's all pleasant enough--if somewhat tame and appropriately respectful. While each show has a central activity (mentioned in the list above), that is but one section of the show. Most episodes feature between three to four different topics--usually in no way related to one another. For example, Larry Makes Moonshine starts with an interesting topic--how the illegal moonshine runners helped developed modern day Nascar. Larry works the still, transports the product, and makes the leap to contemporary racing. It's all interesting if not detailed enough to be really enlightening. The remaining segments in this show feature Larry visiting Emily Post's homestead for a lesson on etiquette and going to a frog jumping contest. Both sequences are nice enough and are played for gentle amusement, but are rather lacking on any real history or content.

As fun, fans of Larry the Cable Guy should certainly appreciate his antics throughout this show. If, however, you're looking for in-depth insight about offbeat American culture and actual history, this is all a bit lightweight. Fine for entertainment, the DVD should find enthusiasts that perhaps don't partake of the History Channel. It all boils down to expectations. Somehow, I think that most people that purchase the two DVD set will be pre-existing supporters of Larry--and I think that the show will meet their expectations. For me, I thought the show was engaging enough. I just wished for a few more surprises. I'd certainly recommend it, though, for those that enjoy seeing those peculiar local festivals and oddities throughout the country. KGHarris, 8/11.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Git R Done - What Else could be said? 20 Oct 2012
By L. Horsley - Published on
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I have one episode from Larry the Cable Guy that was while watching the episode on TV, I laughed so much I was crying. I mean - come on, not only was Larry stuck in the mud but his camera guy got stuck and stuck so bad that I thought we were going to be watching - how to get unstuck. Oh yea, well that was what it really was about. It reminded me of beached whales stuck and people trying to get them unstuck. Sorry Larry, for trying to equate you and your camera guy with beached whales, but hey!! What was this episode about? I think it had to do something with harvesting oysters but really? It was all about the mud.

Anyway, this was the funniest thing I'd seen in ages, and am so glad that I decided to just purchase it so I could watch it over and over again. It still brings me to tears of laughter!! Larry - you did GIT R DONE if you were trying to get me laughing. Wow, did you succeed.
5.0 out of 5 stars Funny 7 July 2014
By Wilberto Castro Diaz - Published on
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Too Funny
3.0 out of 5 stars requested gift 25 May 2014
By Karen M. Deshong - Published on
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Sometimes a hard to buy for 14 year old puts an item on his wish list. When that happened, I got it for him
5.0 out of 5 stars Funny 24 Dec 2013
By Shirley Raleigh - Published on
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How can you not love this good man. He makes you smile and appreciate things in life in a new and wonderful way. Larry is a good hearted man.
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