Larry the Cable Guy gives American history his own down-home twist as he travels the country looking for people, places and things that define the nation's unique history. Whether it's competing in a Mark Twain-style frog race in California or experiencing Mule Day in Columbia, Tenn., Larry takes part in memorable adventures that relate to the history of America. Larry visits all kinds of places, from New York City to a Nebraska town with a population of one (Source: The History Channel)
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.