This isn’t Foxworthy’s best, but it still has its moments. I’ve always like Jeff as a storyteller, but this album doesn’t have a lot of them. A lot of the material are just short bits. However, when stories/scenarios are told- it’s Foxworthy in top form. The best track here, in my opinion, is “It’s a Different World” where he explains the differences between the way he grew up and the way that his children are.