After Eating 50 "Hooters Style" Chicken Wings, Larry The Cable Guy Will Need Some Prilosec OTC
Looks like the comedian Larry the Cable Guy may actually use that heartburn treatment he pitches in those ubiquitous TV commercials.
The 49-year-old performer (real name: Daniel Lawrence Whitney) has a tour rider that calls out for some Prilosec OTC. The “Cable Guy Dressing Room” needs to be stocked with:
* 50 “Hooters style” chicken wings with blue cheese dressing
* “4 cans of Skoal/Berry Blend Long Cut Tobacco (purple can)
*Deli tray with turkey, ham, roast beef, salami, and various cheeses
* “(6) grilled chicken breasts”
* 12 bottles of beer
* 4 cans of Red Bull
* Peanut butter and jelly
* “(1) one loaf of wheat bread (or rolls, croissants, etc.)”
Larry the Cable Guy will next be enjoying these delicacies (and some other healthier fare) tomorrow night when he appears at the Intrust Bank Arena in Wichita, Kansas.
Contract documents show that the comedian receives a guarantee of $155,000 per gig (though his final fee could be higher based on strong ticket sales). Promoters are directed to make Larry’s check payable, of course, to Git-R-Done Productions, Inc..