Larry the Cable Guy
“Fart jokes.. you don't see many of them these days.”
“Git r done!”
“He says Git r Done a lot”
Larry the Cable Guy, aka (Lars Cabilious) is a Southern born human creation of the bumpkin genus in the southern demographic. His IQ has been rated by two different scientists one who has rated his IQ at 24 and another at 156. After being born his parents named him Larry The Cable Guy with the intention of him being a stand up comedian. His routines are world wide and famous and listened to by everyone in the world except California and New York due to a skewed culture.
Pro Wrestling Career
Eventually, Larry became bored with the circus and joined the WWF. It was here he adopted the name Larry the Cable Guy. The reason for choosing this name is unknown, but many believe it is because of Larry's tendency to spend countless hours watching incestual goat porn on cable television.
Larry won the WWF World Championship seven times, mostly as a result of destroying his opponent's intelligence with his stand-up routine or through knocking them out with his favorite "foreign" object, a gun rack. Larry would refer to it simply as an object since his original weapon of choice, a screwdriver was rejected after someone called it "foreign" and Larry rejected it. Incidentally, the gunrack is painted red white and blue.
Along with Jeff Foxworthy, Bill Engvall, and Ron White, Larry formed the Blue Collar Comedy Tour. The Blue Collar Comedy Tour was one of the WWF's most successful factions and the only one that doubled as a stand-up comedy group. In the end, Foxworthy ended up eating the heads of Bill, Ron, Larry, Curly and Moe.
After changing his name from the more traditional Jewish Larry Cableman, Larry set out on the comedy highway. Larry had performed stand-up comedy for years, but it was not until the formation of the Blue Collar Comedy Tour that he became popular. Throughout the United States, he was known for his racism, toilet humour, and tendency to poke fun at fat and retarded people such as himself. Larry became most famous for, however, his annoyingly excessive usage of the nonsensical phrase "Git-R-Done". Rednecks think this is funny for some reason.
Blue Collar TV
The Blue Collar Comedy Tour became so popular that C-SPAN offered the group the chance to produce a conservative political commentary show. Everyone in the group, except Ron White (who Dan Corey has openly admitted he would like to have sex with), accepted the offer.
At first, Blue Collar TV was highly successful. The show won 10 Emmys for its first season. Things would not be good for long, though...
When Jeff Foxworthy developed severe mental illness in early 2006, the quality of the show slowly declined. Ratings fell so low in February that Bill Engval committed suicide, Ron White declared bankruptcy and Jeff had to sell bootleg NASCAR videos to survive. The show was canceled shortly after.
Larry left the comedy scene when the American public discovered that he was, in fact, not funny. Larry has become very politically active and is running for Lord President of Flushing Meddows Trailor Park in his home state of Nebreska.
Larry currently works for Compost in Laos Angel's as a Cable TV repairman.
- Gittin' R Done (1978) ..... Laurence the Lineworker
- Cassablanca (1979) ..... Rick Blaine
- The Cable Guy (1980) ..... Jim Carrey
- GoDaddy.com ads (1981) ..... Director
- Larry the Cable Guy: Health Inspector (1982) ..... Himself
- Cars (2006) ..... A Car That Says "Git-R-Done"
- Larry the Cable Guy: Veterinarian (1984) ..... Himself
- Larry the Cable Guy: Gravedigger (1985) ..... Himself
- Larry the Cable Guy: Cable Guy (1985) ..... Himself
- How to Lose a Toe in 4 Days (1986) ..... Himself
- Larry the Cable Guy: Larry goes to Jail (1987) ..... Himself
- Larry the Cable Guy goes Hollywood (1988) ..... Himself
- Larry the Cable Guy Saves Christmas (1989) ..... Uncredited extra
- Larry the Cable Guy Meets the Last of the Britney Spears' Fans (1990) ..... Himself
- Larry the Cable Guy: The Wrath of the Cable Guy (1991) ..... USS Git R Done captain
- Larry the Cable Guy: A New Cable Guy (1993) ..... Cantina Cable repair guy
- Larry the Cable Guy: The Cable Guy Strikes Back (1996) ..... Yoda's House
- Larry the Cable Guy: Return of the Cable Guy (1999) ..... Jabba The Hutt stunt double
- Larry the Cable Guy: The Phantom Cable Guy (2001) ..... Darthus Cableus
- Larry the Cable Guy: Attack of the Cable Guys (2003) ..... Jango Cable
- Larry the Cable Guy: Revenge of the Cable Guys (2005) ..... That creature that Obi Wan rides on the one planet.
- Larry the Cable Guy: Transforming Cable Guys (2006) ..... A Transforming Car that says "Git R Done Megatron"
- Larry the Cable Guy: War on Direct TV (2007) ..... The cable guy that said "Git R' Done!" as he blew up the Direct TV station with a rocket launcher
- Larry the Cable Guy VS Joe the Plumber (2008) ..... republican candidate
- Larry the Cable Guy VS Joe the Plumber: Behind the Shadows (2010) ..... US President
Larry the Cable Guy has written four books.
- A Treatise on Observed Comparisons between the Works of Nietzche and Freud (1984)
- Git-R-Done (1985) (The entire book consists of pictures of Chuck Norris and an unidentified woman in various positions. According to the Guinness Book of World Records, this was the most popular book ever written.)
- Glitte-R-Done (2000) (A summary of Mariah Carey's movie career)
- Git-R-Acc-omplished: Larry The Cable Guy Teaches Vocabulary (2050) (This book sold poorly as it contained only blank pages.)
Larry the Cable Guy has an archrival named Larry the Cable Gay, whose book "Git-Im-Done" briefly topped the bestsellers list before people realized that homosexuals are in fact gay and thus not worth anyone's time, except for the lesbians who are unquestionably hot.
Larry also has a cyberneticized clone from the far distant future who is intent on stopping his vile ambitions. Cable the Larry Guy continues fighting against the inevitable future in which Larry has destroyed all comedy in the universe.
David Cross, the stupid smarty pants Jewish (non-practicing) comedian is one of Larry's most dreaded enemies. After Cross said in a Rolling Stone article about Larry:
"He's good at what he does. It's a lot of anti-gay, racist humor -- which people like in America -- all couched in 'I'm telling it like it is.' He's in the right place at the right time for that gee-shucks, proud-to-be-a-redneck, I'm-just-a -straight-shooter-multimillionaire-in-cutoff-flannel-selling-ring -tones act. That's where we are as a nation now. We're in a stage of vague American values and anti-intellectual pride."
Larry responded furiously, calling Cross a "faggy, poop-farting, darkie-loving, liberal fag." Larry then drank 3 shots of Jack Daniels and stuck his finger in a power outlet. The feud continues to this day.
Other rivalries include one with comedian Steve Hofstetter, who titled his CD "Cure for the Cable Guy." Hofstetter was wrong, as the cure for Larry the Cable Guy is clearly better birth control and a ban on boxed wine. Comedian Doug Stanhope also wrote a letter asking Larry to die. The Cable Guy was furious once someone read it to him.
The final set of rivals to Larry the Cable Guy would be any human being who passes up a chance to eat at KFC, and would rather not bathe in old whiskey, biscuits-and-gravy, and a rising pool of self-loathing and anti-semitism.
His most capable rival until date remains Joe the Plumber who plays the role of an anti-hero during the 2008 Presidency Race, which Larry won. Joe the Plumber has gained many fans since his debut in the race for presidency, competing against the Cable Guy in popularity.