Only In America with Larry the Cable Guy

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Upcoming episodes

Oct 19th
100a

Larry is a Logger

It's back to school for Larry as he spends a day in high school in Bemidji, Minnesota; reveals the miracle that is the cable car system and the hidden worlds of Chinatown; and finally does the manliest work in the timber business at the Rough n Ready Lumber Company in Oregon.
Oct 20th
100a

Larry Beefs Up

Larry is in his element at an old-fashioned livestock auction in Oklahoma, discovers the vast world of longshoremen in New York Harbor and celebrates the hundredth anniversary of the Boy Scouts of America.
Oct 21st
100a

Larry is Amish

Larry joins a local beer delivery guy on his route through some of Brew City's iconic watering holes, heads to Amish country he experiences the "plain" lifestyle on a sauerkraut farm and takes part in Houston's zany Art Car Parade.
Oct 22nd
100a

Larry in Hillbilly Country

Larry gets deep in the muddy banks of South Carolina as he uncovers the messy world of oyster harvesting; discovers the survival skills of an American family that has been there for over 250 years; and turns a routine stop on Interstate 80 into a mission to find out what is special in the tiny town of Wells, Nevada.**Please be advised that this program has Product Placement.**
Oct 23rd
100a

Larry Cuts the Cheese

Larry gets the thrill of a lifetime in the "controlled chaos" that is life on the deck of the U.S. Navy's nuclear-powered super-carrier the USS Nimitz. Then he's off to show us why Wisconsin is so famous for cheese and to brave the task of making Limburger, the stinkiest cheese of them all. Finally, Larry goes on a "sleigh ride" with the mysterious Secret Santa of Kansas City, who is upholding a tradition of anonymously giving away Christmas cash to the needy
Oct 26th
100a

Mutant All-Beef Road Trip

Larry takes a special road trip to the big bovine paradise of Wisconsin. His first stop is the state's largest dairy farm, where he works every tough job that goes into each glass of milk. He then takes a detour to hamburger-happy Seymour, a town that claims to be the burger's birthplace. Larry takes another side trip to visit a rancher with a soft spot for cows born with deformities. Finally, he embeds himself with the men who pack the legendary beef at one of Wisconsin's most venerated meatpackers.
Oct 27th
100a

Extreme American Critters

Larry spends this episode going to extremes to show you how Americans go to extremes when it comes to animals. He begins in the coastal marshes of Florida where he's assisting a guy with the ultimate alligator obsession. Larry helps the young researcher take blood, urine and even vomit from gators in the name of science. Then we are off to Colorado, where a terrified Larry works with the brave, dedicated staff of Serenity Springs, a haven that takes in ferocious big felines that have nowhere else to go and gives them state-of-the-art medical and dental care. Finally, Larry apprentices with a Maryland taxidermist, revealing how Americans turned stuffing critters into a popular--and sometimes very wacky--art form.
Oct 28th
100a

Alaska Road Trip

Larry travels to Alaska where he attempts to bust moose poachers, uncovers Alaskan greatness, and then drops in unannounced on Wasilla's most famous citizen and her family.
Oct 29th
100a

Naked Cowboys & Reptile Wrangling

Larry finds us a few crazy ways Americans earn a living. He begins in Florida at a multi-generational family farm where the sole crop is alligators. This means wrangling live (and scary) gators and learning the odd process used to skin them. Then, Larry joins a construction crew who are making their living on a 20-year gig building a medieval castle. The catch: it has to be done using only medieval construction methods. And in medieval clothing! Larry's final stop is New York City where he strips down to his under britches to really feel what it's like to make a buck in Times Square with the Naked Cowboy.
Oct 30th
100a

Redneck Extravaganzas

Larry heads down south to show us how the American redneck creates entertainment. He first puts his redneck cred on the line as he tries his hand at mud bogging--down and dirty drag racing at its finest. Larry then sees how good ol' boys who like to wreck stuff put their martial arts "breaking" skills to use as they attempt to tear down a whole house by hand! Finally, Larry meets up with Bubba Blackwell, the American daredevil who has brought the motorcycle stunt into the 21st century. How many full-sized semis is Bubba gonna try to jump??!!