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.
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.