Blue Collar TV

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Blue Collar TV was a short-lived conservative political commentary show on C-SPAN that began in 2004. The show starred Jeff Foxworthy, Larry the Cable Guy, and Bill Engvall, all of whom were members of a pro wrestling faction/comedy group known as the Blue Collar Comedy Tour. Ron White, the other member of the group, refused to join. White was later discovered to be a homosexual liberal commie bastard.

The show is notable for being the first political show ever to be completely in Redneck English. In order to assist viewers who have limited or no knowledge of this language, the show reguarly featured a Redneck Dictionary segment that translated redneck words into normal English and Redneck Word of the Week.

Most of the show was spent in Larry's backyard where the hosts would complain about feminists, commies, Democrats, and gays while drinking beer and listening to Lynard Skynard.

The show's most popular moment was when the guys went "nigger huntin'".

When Jeff Foxworthy developed severe mental illness, the show's quality started to decline. Ratings dropped so poor that Bill Engval committed suicide. The show was cancelled shortly after.