From the archive of Devil's Mischief episodes comes episode #272. Originally aired in 2009, this episode featured a special tribute to EARTHA KITT. Also, with a disproportionate amount of comic legends who were brought up to light the Menorah, we'll just have to take a plunge into the world of Judaism with the jewlicious comedy of JUDY GOLD and DAVID CROSS. And being lovers of blasphemy we must ask: how come Judaism is still not a religion deemed "OK" to pick on? DOUG STANHOPE addresses this head on with a routine that proves to be one of kind, Satanically daring, and damn hilarious.
From the TDM vaults comes episode #271, the SPORTS episode. Unheard since its original airing in 2009, this episode included some of the great comedy and novelty about sports over years. If you hate sports, that's OK; Bill hates sports too. But just GEORGE CARLIN with his complete routine on the subject, including the rare unreleased half that never made it to HBO. Also EDDIE IZZARD, the Judyism of JUDY TENUTA, DON KNOTTS, CHEECH & CHONG, BILLY CRYSTAL, and more. Play ball!
Hear stand-up from STEVE MARTIN and SAM KINISON. Plenty of novelty too with the dirty ditties of JOHN VALBY, along with BEATALLICA and SCATTERBRAIN.
Happy birthday to Bill M.! Tune in to this virtual audio 40th birthday celebration with much birthday-related comedy and novelty from GEORGE CARLIN, MARIA BAMFORD, REDD FOXX, JOHN FOX, and a whole lot more.
Here is your antidote to the sickening wholesomeness of Valentine's Day! The Devil's Mischief presents an all new 2015 ANTI-VALENTINE'S DAY SPECIAL. Hear the ugly side of love comedically exposed by the wit of PATTON OSWALT, DOUG STANHOPE and the must-hear "Drambuie" tale, the painful tales of MARC MARON and more!
Raise a pint of British comedy with AL MURRAY, THE PUB LANDLORD! Plus a sketch from the pre-MONTY PYTHON show, AT LAST THE 1948 SHOW. Also comedy from GEORGE CARLIN, BILLY CRYSTAL (and a little tribute to the late JOE FRANKLIN), and NICK DI PAOLO. The Superbowl is thankfully over, but we'll be poking fun at both American football and soccer. Because they deserve it, that's why.
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