The Devil's Mischief presents a special tribute to the late JERRY LEWIS, featuring classic prank calls from Lewis himself, selections from his overlooked 1980s comedy "CRACKING UP", Jerry with GROUCHO MARX, plus the old-time MARTIN & LEWIS radio show with an appearance by Marilyn Monroe!
With the summertime comes summer vacations. Listen to LOUIE ANDERSON and BILL HICKS tell their comedic tales of summertime misanthropy, along with classic old-time radio comedy with FIBBER McGEE AND MOLLY. 'Tis funny, McGee!
"Easter is about Jesus!" scream the Christian conservatives. "Racial stereotypes are evil!" cry the politically correct liberals. So join Bill in offending BOTH of them with a 1945 Easter story by AMOS 'n' ANDY! Also hear some exclusive live stand-up from GILBERT GOTTFRIED.
Happy 15th anniversary to Radio Free Satan! In celebration of fifteen years of infernal audio, hear ALL of our current shows represented in this extra-long special, with unique contributions from every DJ. Also Magister Bill M. welcomes back Professor Sinister, host of Radio Free Satan's "Vault of the Lost" program (2000-2007), for an exclusive talk about the station's early history, its rise through the highs and lows, rare station recordings, and more. Hail Radio Free Satan!
Can you imagine comedy legends JACK BENNY and GEORGE BURNS being in the same room with ALICE COOPER? Well, it certainly happened. And the combination seems crazy enough for an episode of the Devil's Mischief on it, especially as the Halloween month begins. So hear some golden-age radio comedy with Halloween episodes of "The Jack Benny Show" and "Burns & Allen", and novelty from The Coop'.
Is comedy from the 1930s considered "safe" by today's standards? Well if the P.C. police had the power, they'd destroy every surviving copy of radio shows like AMOS N' ANDY. Which is all the more reason to hear it this week on the Devil's Mischief, along with THE JACK BENNY SHOW and "talkie" samples from THE MARX BROTHERS. Grab your newsboy caps and cocktails and retreat from the dust bowl for this 1930s comedy episode of The Devil's Mischief.