With the recent mass shooting in Florida, the dark comedy of DOUG STANHOPE offers some third-side perspective. Also hear the misanthropic stand-up of MARC MARON, plus novelty from STEPHEN LYNCH and the comedy of PAUL F. THOMPKINS. It may not be episode #666, but #566 is close enough for now.
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.