Originally aired in 2005, the Comedy Central Roast of Jeff Foxworthy is still funny 3 years later. Most references are still alive and well, unlike guest Anna Nicole Smith. You will have a hard time figuring out some of the Colin Quinn / Nick Di Paolo Tough Guy cancelled sitcom references. This roast features all of the Blue Collar Comedy crew.
A little annoying in the Roast of Jeff Foxworthy is the many references to Foxworthy’s cancelled sitcom. The jokes are as old as the show itself, 1997.
This is one of the mildest and less wicked Comedy Central Roasts in history. Perhaps it is because Foxworthy is such a clean comic or because Foxworthy is such a stand-up comedy heavyweight nobody wants to really piss him off by accident.
Most of the venom in this roast is directed towards the other Blue Collar Comedy comics or the people and other rednecks that go to their shows. The only one who doesn’t really pull punches, relatively speaking, is comic Greg Giraldo, and that’s probably the only thing Geraldo hasn’t pulled.
The best bit on this Roast is Steve Bridges as George Bush Jr. His 2005 Bush looks as tired as the real one does now.
The worst is Bama doing a rap version of Sweet Home Alabama. Bama is sooooo bad How bad is it? ... a white guy made the crew. Foxworthy’s stunned look here is not because he realized his sister was also his daughter.
Jeff Foxworthy tries to get the last laugh. He gets as much reaction as a glass of water gets from Ron White.
All in all, this show is pretty funny.
If you enjoy The Comedy Central Roast of Jeff Foxworthy and are watching it on The Comedy Network December 25th 2008 at 3 P.M. You might be a hoser.
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Have Your Loved Ones Spayed Or Neutered: If you record a CD using two tin cans and a string? You might be a redneck
Jeff Foxworthy's Comedy Classics: clips from every important standup comedian that has ever come from below the Mason-Dixon line
Foxworthy's Big Night Out: Foxworthy's Big Night Out is Blue Collar TV sans the sidekicks and with country music
The Jeff Foxworthy Show - The Complete Second Season: Blue Collar star gets retooled second crack at situation comedy and it kind of works.
The Jeff Foxworthy Show - Season 2: Second and last season of redneck's sitcom is better than first.