HIlarious stuff here, friends and neighbors. And the laughs aren't just aimed at folks who think Caddyshack is where ma and pa park the car. 'Cause the secret is that its topics - marriage, kids, traveling - are so universal. And so wackily warped when seen through the persepective of stand-ups Jeff Foxworthy, Bill Engvall, Ron White, and Larry the Cable Guy.

The redneck wits of Blue Collar Comedy Tour: One for the Road have gone a little more posh in this, their final appearance together. Performing in the gorgeous, historic Warner Theater in Washington, D.C., there's an air of class about the proceedings quickly and good-naturedly undone by the quartet's material.

The redneck quartet from the original Blue Collar Comedy Tour re-groups for another night of laughs, with (mostly) fresh material performed for an upbeat audience. A funny, clubby preface on a tour bus establishes a tone of lowbrow camaraderie among Jeff Foxworthy, Larry the Cable Guy, Ron White, and Bill Engvall, but once on stage, the differences between each comic's style is considerable.

Teenager Baby, goes with her family on vacation to Kellerman’s holiday resort in the Catskill Mountains. Things are pretty tame until she meets Johnny, a dance teacher at the resort who mesmerises Baby with his dance moves, his passion and his misunderstood ‘bad boy’ image.

The Lion King 1½ is an ingenious sequel that retells the orginal film's story from the perspective of best pals Timon the meerkat and Pumbaa the warthog. Anyone who has wondered how this odd couple met will find out here, beginning with Timon's flight from home following disgrace and his chance encounter with the sweet but lonely Pumbaa.