Season 3, Episode 19
On a drive through Central Illinois, Larry and crew use their Internet connections to see how Americans are making their own breaks. They first come across a true find: a couple of farm boys who are making a mint by harvesting the finest, freshest deer pee. Then Larry checks out some Craigslist posts to take a stab at jobs like delivering singing telegrams and being a human statue. Finally, Larry uncovers how being the 16th President can be an actual career in the Land of Lincoln.
Season 3, Episode 18
Larry travels to the Big Apple to show how that town exemplifies great American qualities like keeping cultures alive and never giving up the fight. He starts by uncovering how terriers have become an important ally in New York's long running war of Man versus Rat. Larry then sees how the best place to live the good Russian life is in Brooklyn's Brighton Beach neighborhood. He then takes up two sports that NYC does better than anywhere else. First he brings his basketball skills to Harlem's Rucker Park, the legendary sanctuary of "street ball." Finally, Larry finds himself in the middle of a classic bar fight at a very macho hardcore arm wrestling competition.
Season 3, Episode 17
Larry road trips through the "Show Me State" on a quest to crash a few shows in Branson, the Vegas of the Midwest. The first show he crashes, though, is across the state line in Topeka, Kansas where Larry gets in on the action at a prestigious dog show. His trip takes a detour in the small town of Lebanon where he invades a local caf and learns the art of chicken sexing from an unlikely local. Finally, Larry and the crew hit historic Branson where Larry bounces from the Baldknobbers to the Three Redneck Tenors before meeting the one entertainer who loves America as much as Larry does: the Russian Cold War comic, Yakov Smirnoff.
Season 3, Episode 16
Larry will prove that Americans know how to get the most out of nature--even if it kills him! This arduous trip through the Tennessee Valley begins as he spelunks his way through a mile of dark caverns to get to the Lost Sea, America's largest underground lake. Then he braves epic carsickness to slay "The Dragon", the nation's windiest highway that sports 318 curves in 11 miles. Finally, Larry hikes a portion of the Appalachian Trail to get to the majestic Fontana Dam in North Carolina. Here he sees the crown jewel of the Tennessee Valley Authority and learns how turning water into power helped end the depression and win a world war.
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