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Ron White - They Call Me
     

Ron White - They Call Me "Tater Salad"

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The concert film Ron White: They Call Me Tater Salad features the standup comedy of Ron White. The comic covers many topics with his sarcastic style. Best known to audiences from his appearance in Blue Collar Comedy Tour: The Movie, White released this film around the same time as his debut comedy album Drunk in Public.

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The concert film Ron White: They Call Me Tater Salad features the standup comedy of Ron White. The comic covers many topics with his sarcastic style. Best known to audiences from his appearance in Blue Collar Comedy Tour: The Movie, White released this film around the same time as his debut comedy album Drunk in Public.

Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Ed Hulse
The breakout star of the Blue Collar Comedy Tour and the bestselling CD Drunk in Public, Ron White is a craggy-faced Texan whose bawdy stand-up act plays to packed houses everywhere he performs. Image’s DVD shows this redneck Rabelais at his best, rantin’ and ravin’ and cussin’ up a storm. White’s humor is often coarse and decidedly unsubtle, but sometimes it’s remarkably perceptive and witheringly accurate, especially when he pokes fun at the upper classes. Fashionistas, for example, take a drubbing in this one-man show, especially in White’s spot-on poke at posers with penchants for designer sunglasses. He’s especially blunt when it comes to the sexual proclivities of men; and viewers who prefer less earthy comedy would be advised to go elsewhere. White isn’t just a joke teller, rattling off a succession of one-liners in staccato fashion; like many southern humorists, he’s a born storyteller, and this disc features some of his best extended bits, including a lengthy diatribe about his ex-wife and her family and his relationship with a crazy cousin. Nobody will ever confuse Ron White with Oscar Wilde, or even Mark Twain, but he’s a humorist who’s every bit as contemporary and a darn site more provocative.

Product Details

Release Date:
06/29/2004
UPC:
0014381244625
Original Release:
2004
Rating:
NR
Source:
Image Entertainment
Region Code:
1
Time:
0:56:00

Special Features

One on One with Ron; Photo gallery

Cast & Crew

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Introduction [4:51]
2. "Coupins" [6:58]
3. Plane Crash [6:51]
4. The Wife & The In-Laws [8:16]
5. Cheating in Columbus [3:44]
6. 10 Days in Los Angeles [8:57]
7. My Friend [3:35]
8. They Call Me Tater Salad [5:26]
9. Sluggo [2:42]
10. The Demise of My Relationship [2:54]
11. Credits [1:34]

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3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Like so many before me, I saw Blue Collar Tour and thought it very funny, so I bought 'Tater Salad.' 'Tater Salad' was pretty much the same routine but with more profanity and bathroom jokes. Instead of adding to my enjoyment of this talented man, I just ended up embarrassed and sorry I spent $15 on it.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Ron White is one of the funniest comedians I have seen in a long time. I watched this with my 63 year old father, and even he laughed so hard that tears were rolling down his face. My ribs were sore after watching it from laughing so hard, but it was well worth it. Gotta love the tater!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Ron White is a funny guy, but this DVD repeats a lot of stuff from other routines.
Guest More than 1 year ago
If you've seen The Blue Collar Comedy Tour don't bother buying this. It's the exact same routine with about 10 minutes of new stuff. I hoped for additional comedy from Ron White because he was so funny in Blue Collar, but what a disappointment when we realized it was the same stuff again. He's an outstanding comedian, but he needs less booze, fewer cigarettes, and more new stuff. If the drink pouring and lighting of the smokes was edited from this show it would be half the length. A real disappointment overall.
Guest More than 1 year ago
He is decidedly rude, coarse, and vulgar, and I certainly DO NOT advise that you allow your younger children to see this. But having said that, I must admit, as a comedian, he is excellent. His timing is perfect; his mannerisms, gravelly voice, and smile enhance his talent. I am not prepared to praise his character so highly, but this is an extremely funny show.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago