The Devil's Mischief #518

The Devil's Mischief #518

Hear comedy from the talented CRAIG ROBINSON, one of the few stand-ups on "Russell Simmons' Def Comedy Jam" who wasn't a total hack. Also PATTON OSWALT on the true experience of 'selling out', and the bizarre comedy of KYLE KINANE.

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The Devil's Mischief #517

Who can take a stand-up hack bit, and sprinkle it with joy?  The Carlin Man can! Hear GEORGE CARLIN with his successful routine on a topic that all too many failing stand-up comedians have tried and failed on. Also comedy from MARIA BAMFORD, and new novelty from PRIMUS and their re-interpretation of music from the film "Willy Wonka's Chocolate Factory".  Plus, Bill shares some exciting personal news.

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The Devil's Mischief #516

Drug users can be such an unintentional source of comedy. Just ask DAVID CROSS. Or even Bill M., as he presents a story and a musical surprise. Also comedy from JOHN PINETTE and JOAN RIVERS (why stop, just because their deaths are no longer news?)

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The Devil's Mischief #515 - Happy Halloween!

The Devil's Mischief presents a 2014 Halloween Special! Hear an assortment of Halloween-themed comedy and especially novelty from JOHN VALBY, EDDIE IZZARD, ALICE COOPER, SCREAMIN' JAY HAWKINS, and even more tricks and treats.

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The Devil's Mischief Rewind #231

Reverend Bill brings you another treat from the comedy vaults: Devil's Mischief episode #231. Unaired since its first airing in 2008, this blasphemous humor hour included some (then) brand new material from GEORGE CARLIN along with rarities of his, plus LEWIS BLACK and the challenging standup of PAUL F. TOMPKINS.

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Devil's Mischief Rewind: Clowning Around

From the Devil's Mischief's vaults comes episode #247.  Unaired since 2008, this episode took a look at famous clowns, including Bozo, Shakes (BOBCAT GOLDTHWAIT), and even Jesse Helms (courtesy of BILL HICKS). Also comedy from STEVEN WRIGHT, a historical piece from GEORGE CARLIN, and a whole lot more.

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