Larry sweeps into Wisconsin for a bovine-related exploration, making his first stop at a dairy farm. He also relishes a trip to a town known for its hamburgers, then visits a rancher and works with meat packers.
Larry explores extreme practices involving animals. Included: a man from Florida with a great interest in alligators; a Colorado haven that cares for ferocious felines; and a Maryland taxidermist who transforms stuffed animals into artwork.
Larry zeros in on bizarre ways to earn a living. He visits a Florida family that wrangles live alligators, then profiles a construction crew building a medieval castle. Larry also gets the naked truth about a cowboy who goes nude in Times Square.
Larry targets gun-related activities, first traveling deep into the Ozark wilderness to explore how squirrel hunting gave rise to the American sharpshooter. Then, he trains with elite army snipers before meeting a well-armed man in Colorado.
Larry treks to the South to document the endeavors of good old boys. This study of "rednecks" includes a look at dirty, muddy drag racing and a visit with a motorcycle daredevil. Also: an attempt to raze an entire house by hand using martial arts.
Larry offers a best-of look at his favorite American things, including a cattle drive in the swamps of Florida, a visit with a porta-potty servicing crew and the practice of selling used cars in the U.S.
Larry explores nighttime activities in America, heading into dark waters with a shrimping family, working with exterminators as they try to catch their prey after dark, and investigating alleged paranormal activity at a spooky Virginia site.
Larry profiles folks who are committed to catching various animals and critters. He joins forces with two men who use GPS-enhanced dogs to track feral pigs, then he attempts to catch a large, ugly rodent in Louisiana. Larry completes his odyssey by visiting a carp rodeo in Iowa.