The Best of Jeff Foxworthy: Double Wide, Single Minded

Anyone who still thinks there's nothing to Jeff but redneck jokes can discover what they've been missing on this new compilation, which nearly doubles the length of his previous best-of (1999's Greatest Bits) and throws in a bonus DVD of his music videos for good measure.

No, the heart of Jeff's gentle Southern humor lies in his keen observations on the more perplexing aspects of being a husband and father - something even non-Southerners can relate to. But never fear - Double Wide offers several variations on the beloved "You Might be a Redneck If ..."

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Review by Chris Neal

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