Jim Varney, also known as commercial spokesman/village idiot Ernest P. Worrell, stars in Hey Vern! It's My Family Album! Speaking at the top of his lungs to the unseen Vern (actually he's talking to "us"), Ernest introduces several of his less illustrious ancestors. If nothing else, this 57-minute video allows the talented Varney to exhibit his range and versatility. In fact, he's funnier in these other guises than he is as Ernest. In the tradition of Jim Varney's earlier video collections, Hey Vern manages to include a few hilariously embarrassing outtakes.
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