Larry travels through sunbaked Arizona and visits a family with a spider venom business. Next he stops by Rooster Cogburn Ostrich Ranch and then the Air Force boneyard.
Larry makes his way across Iowa to become a carny at one of America's oldest state fairs! Larry's trip starts with a chance meeting with an alligator wrestler, which leads to Larry and crew watching over a baby gator on their way to Des Moines.
Larry takes a treacherous trip through Arizona to find out why folks choose to live in this sun-scorched state. His first creepy-crawly encounter is with a family that uses this desert landscape as a natural resource for their spider venom business.
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Larry goes behind-the-curtain at some American spots that are always marked "Authorized Persons Only." First, at the Minneapolis/St. Paul airport, Larry joins the TSA.
Larry spends some time in and around New Orleans to see the way they do things in the Big Easy. First, Gar Fishing: Larry goes after the freaky fish that is the favorite challenge of the good ol' boys of Morgan City, Louisiana.
Larry finds an array of qualities that make America great as he rolls through the Bluegrass State. First he visits the great American worker at the great American plant making the great American muscle car--the Corvette.
Larry gets in the trenches with the citizens who deal with critters that have invaded our country. First, Larry teams with a relentless pair of guys who use GPS-enhanced dogs and their own brawn.
Mr. Cable Guy goes to Washington. Larry spends a few days getting behind-the-scenes insights into our nation's capitol.
Larry checks in for the late shift as he experiences America after the sun goes down.
Larry shares a few of his offbeat choices of favorite American things. His love of livestock leads him to a genuine cattle drive in the most unlikely place: the swamps of Central Florida.
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 heads to the deep Ozark woods to see how squirrel hunting created the original American sharpshooters. Then Larry faces a steep challenge: training to stalk and shoot with the US Army's elite snipers at their training center in Fort Benning, GA.
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.
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 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.
Larry gets the pick the "best in show" and gets more hound than he can handle!
Larry gets schooled on the mean streets of New York City in an old school throwdown in the game of... chess.
Larry visits a trailer park in the boomtown of Williston, North Dakota and is very surprised by what he finds.
Can Larry overcome his issues with glue and learn the basics of rocket science?
We've all wondered it. Now, Larry finally asks the question: what If Abraham Lincoln and Bing Crosby were besties?
Larry joins America's great work force. America's great workforce says it's better off without him.
Larry walks us through the many challenges he's faced on Only In America and is literally rewarded for his efforts.
Larry makes a poignant visit to the grave of a great American space hero who also happened to be a chimpanzee.
Larry watches in awe as U.S. Army researchers demonstrate how a powerful laser is used to test an amazing fire-resistant fabric for uniforms.
Larry uses the lovely natural landscape of Pigeon Forge, Tennessee to create a major new American sporting event.
Larry pulls back the veil of TV production and gives viewers a glimpse of how they sometimes try to create a funny bit -- and fail completely.
When Larry barges in on a local news shows weather segment, the forecast calls for crazy!
A terrified Larry teams up with a fearless exterminator named Calvin and a brilliant comedy team is born.
An Ozark teenager shows off his sharpshooting skills on a bow. Can Larry keep up with the kid?
Civil war reenactors in Fairfax, Virginia, recreate the first Battle of Bull Run with exceptional detail.