You won’t hear a single “you might be a redneck” joke on Jeff Foxworthy’s first solo stand-up special since 1998. And you’ll only see it on a service that didn’t even exist at the time, Netflix. The long-time Atlanta resident’s “The Good Old Days” special covers a broad array of relatable material such as aging parents, erectile dysfunction ads, the difficulty remembering passwords and overpacking for vacations. For this week’s podcast, Rodney Ho spoke with Foxworthy about the special, his connection to the Fox Theatre and his recent move to Brookhaven. Find it at ajc.com/podcasts and at the Apple Podcast store.