The Devil's Mischief #584
It's Bill's birthday! Hear special collection of birthday-themed comedy and novelty, with selections from PATTON OSWALT's new Grammy-winning performance, along with GEORGE CARLIN, FATHER GUIDO SARDUCCI, TODD BARRY, BRIAN POSEHN, prank calls from JIM FLORENTINE, and more!
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From the Devil's Mischief vaults comes episode 129, Bill's 2006 Birthday Bash! Unheard since its first and only airing 10 years ago this week! This proved to be one of the most bizarre and unique episodes in the history of the show, featuring original music and other odd recordings from Bill himself, including personal childhood recordings, "The Morning Tapes", and also his atrocious first band, The Dirty Dicks.
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The Devil's Mischief #558
Just how crazy is that Creation Museum? MARC MARON tells us the full story in his long, blasphemous 2011 personal anecdote. Also stand-up from JONATHAN KATZ, and even a musical number by BILL M. himself.
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It's time for the annual THANKSGIVING LEFTOVERS special! Hear an assortment of great clips that had to be trimmed from previous episodes, including some from the infamous episode #500. DOUG STANHOPE, BOBBY SLAYTON, extra tracks from the Halloween special, the 'Xmas with Jim Morrison' special, and more. Because unlike turkey, good comedy never spoils!
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The Devil's Mischief #544
In celebration of the return of "Mr. Show" this fall, Bill brings you some stand-up from both DAVID CROSS and BOB ODENKIRK. Also STEVEN WRIGHT, the classic blue nightclub comedy of REDD FOXX, and much more!
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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.
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