The Devil's Mischief REWIND: #369

From the Devil's Mischief's vaults comes episode #369.  (Hmm, is there a pattern going on here?) Originally aired in 2011, and more importantly, it had "69" in the number. Hear classic live cuts from ROWAN ATKINSON, and book readings from GEORGE CARLIN.  This was also the episode where KYLE KINANE made his Devil's Mischief's debut, with his misanthropic stand-up.  Also enjoy the novelty noises of FISHBONE.

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Devil's Mischief REWIND #368

Here comes another lost episode from TDM.  Unheard since its brief airing in January 2011, this episode featured the sacrilegious comedy of SAM KINISON.  Hear selections from his "Breaking the Rules" comedy special, along with GEORGE CARLIN, plus the hilariously x-rated music of JOHN VALBY.

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Devil's Mischief REWIND: #367

From the Devil's Mischief vaults comes episode #367!  Unheard since it first aired in 2010, this episode included previously unreleased material from BILL HICKS, a tribute to LESLIE NIELSEN, hilarious prank call blasphemy from BUBBA THE LOVE SPONGE, plus STEVE MARTIN and GEORGE CARLIN.  Have a listen!

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The Devil's Mischief #542

Hear the relentless stand-up of JOAN RIVERS, along with JOE DEROSA and the mash-up music of BEATALLICA.  Plus the famous American misanthropist comedian W.C. FIELDS, with friends EDGAR BERGEN, CHARLIE McCARTHY, DON AMECHE). A great mix of carnal comedy and netherworld novelty never played on the show before!

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The Devil's Mischief #541

Happy week-of-July-4th!  Hear blasphemy from NICK DI PAOLO, along with the stand-up of SARAH SILVERMAN and EUGENE MIRMAN.  Also, the novelty music of CHEECH & CHONG.

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The Devil's Mischief #540

GEORGE CARLIN pushed new boundaries of speech and censorship with his notorious 1972 routine "Seven Words You Can Never Say on Television".  And with the invention of cable TV, it became possible to say them.  Hear Carlin's first televised performance of the Seven Words from 1977, along with novelty from "WEIRD AL" Yankovic and STEPHEN LYNCH.

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