Larry takes a treacherous trip through Arizona; the Rooster Cogburn Ostrich Ranch.
Larry makes his way across Iowa; Larry meets with an alligator wrestler; Larry learns about bees.
Larry makes a pilgrimage across the space-crazed state of New Mexico and visits Roswell. However, after some stops along the historic trail of space history, the trip takes a very dramatic turn!
Larry uncovers how Pennsylvania became an industrial powerhouse; boilermakers do their work.
In Minnesota, a farmer turns restaurant scraps into food for his hogs; Larry meets inventors.
Larry works with Florida’s leading herpetologist to collect snakes then milks the venom to be used as cures, takes a break in a nearby corn maze, and joins a band of armadillo trappers.
Larry goes on an old-fashioned rabbit hunt, sees the smallest horse in the world and visits the Great American Monster Truck in Hazelwood, MO to see the biggest truck in the world.
Larry visits Sin City and boards the Hangover Heaven bus, hits the Heart Attack Grill, teams up with Carrot Top to show off a Robosaurus mechanical monster, and joins a Chippendale male stripper show.
Larry checks out a North Dakota oil boom town, keeps the peace with local sheriffs, gets a feel for “Roughneck” life and explores the entrepreneurial spirit of America.
Larry travels to Beantown and checks out “lowrider” cars, joins Rick Beyer on a Freedom Trail walk and visits the U.S. Army’s Natick Solider Center to see cutting-edge tech keeping troops safe.
Larry tackles wacky health fads in LA, visits a hipster dodgeball league, tours a restored Pan Am 747 and joins forces with the paparazzi at the forefront of celebrity culture.
Larry investigates some truly "only in Texas" phenomena, visits the “Body Farm,” explore “Pyrotherapy,” and joins a “Redneck Anthropologist” to search for the menace known as the "Texas Chupacabra."
Larry’s tours the Tennessee Valley and spelunks caverns, braves carsickness of the nation’s windiest highway and hikes the Appalachian Trail to get to the North Carolina’s majestic Fontana Dam.
Larry visits a Topeka, KS dog show and a cafeteria in nearby Lebanon, hits historic Branson, MO and sees the Baldknobbers and Three Redneck Tenors before meeting Russian comic Yakov Smirnoff.
Larry discovers how terriers have combated New York City's rat problem; the good Russian life.