Fart Fest: Larry the Cable Guy Gives Houston Another Chance to Blow $43.75

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Okay, just in case you needed any more proof that Houston is indeed Hick Central, Larry the Cable Guy has just announced that due to popular demand, he’s adding a third show to his stint next month at the Verizon. Now we have three opportunities to see the comic who's most famous for his fart jokes. And we get to pay 40 bucks and change for the privilege. Forty bucks for fart jokes – we are soooooooo Hickville.

Just in case you can’t wait until January for your Larry the Cable Guy fix, here’s a clip of Larry singing redneck versions of Christmas carols. (“Silent Night” becomes “Silent farts / deadly farts / all was calm / not for long.”)

Larry the Cable Guy will appear at 8 p.m. Friday, January 25, 2008 and 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. Saturday, January 26, 2008. Verizon Wireless Theater, 520 Texas Avenue. For tickets and information, call 713-230-1600 or visit www.verizonwirelesstheater.com. $43.75. – Olivia Flores Alvarez

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