If you see something, don't say something to the police. That's just how this previously unreleased track from a George Carlin performance in 2001 starts! "You don't help the police," Carlin says at the start of "Rats & Squealers," which is now part of the first posthumous Carlin record, coming out next month. "When I […]
George Carlin’s new album I Kinda Like It When A Lotta People Die is set for a Sept. 16 release on CD, vinyl and digital formats. But a previously unreleased track that will be featured on the album was just made available. On the track...Show More Summary
A preview of the upcoming posthumous album I Kinda Like It When A Lotta People Die.
George Carlin was always pushing the envelope. The late comedian became a legend for doing standup that was filled with things most wouldn't say out loud, but as it turns out he actually censored himself after doing an anti-police bit...Show More Summary
Often, the late George Carlin's comedy was about what you can't say, because it's too honest, or crude, or simply outside the bounds of good taste. In one instance, however, Carlin crossed the line in a way he couldn't have predicted. In a set recorded the day before 9/11, the ... More »
Unreleased material recorded days before 9/11 will finally see release.
The estate of the late George Carlin, headed up by his daughter Kelly Carlin, has, as she told friends overnight: "We found some stuff." Kelly Carlin previously told The Comic's Comic about sifting through her father's massive collection of notes and recordings for stuff that his fans might enjoy in a new light since he […]
George Carlin was a comic who was never afraid to push boundaries, but even he knew that there's a time and place for outrageous humor. In the wake of 9/11, he had to rework part of his impending HBO special, and now the original routine will be available for the first time.
But 15 years after those bits were recorded, I Kinda Like It When A Lotta People Die will be released on Sept. 16 on, CD, vinyl and digital formats. Laughspin broke the news two years ago that a new Carlin album was in the works. And Carlin’s camp released a clip, wherein the iconic comedian, in part, expresses joy in the idea of an asteroid the size of Minnesota hitting earth.
George Carlin was no stranger to pushing the envelope, and he definitely aimed to do that with “I Kinda Like It When a Lotta People Die,” a new LP of unreleased material coming out September 16th. Most striking is the titular bit below about mass fatalities, performed the day before September 11, 2001, at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Show More Summary
George Carlin recorded his special Complaints and Grievances on November 17, 2001. As with all of his albums, he had been working on the material for much of the previous year, testing out various permutations of the jokes on the road leading up to the big event. Show More Summary
I think I finally understand when America was Great…the old days when we got the toaster, not just the burnt toast. Coming soon to your bank…everyone is Tony Montana. If you live in Germany you get to pay your bank to hold your clean, hard earned cash. Yes sir…we saved the banks so they could …
“We can pretend that [political correctness will] make a better world because we’ll all be pleasant with each other, but if you don’t know about the Nazis and who they are, then they become the hidden enemy,” says Kelly Carlin (shown), daughter of the late comedian.
HEADLINES FROM 1965: CARLIN, PRYOR, AND BRUCE MOURN FREE SPEECH: In an interview with free speech advocacy group FIRE, George Carlin’s daughter Kelly Carlin, Richard Pryor’s daughter Rain, and Lenny Bruce’s daughter Kitty confirm their dads would have a few choice words on today’s “thought police.” Kitty Bruce brings up campus censorship: She’s found no […]
George Carlin would definitely consider alleged billionaire and GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump a misogynist and a racist, the late comedy legend’s daughter insists. Kelly Carlin made the comment during an interview with comedian...Show More Summary
berlynn-wohl: shebbsquids: greek gods + george carlin So happy when I see George Carlin on this site. :)
Let's all take our hats off.Not in salute of anyone in particular. Let's just take them off. For a few moments at least.George Carlin once observed, "Any time you see two groups of people who really hate each other, chances are good they're wearing different kind of hats. Show More Summary
Earlier today The Hollywood Reporter reported that the forthcoming National Museum of Comedy in Jamestown, New York would feature a performing hologram of George Carlin. Let us all be deeply thankful that is not actually happening.. Read more...
Would you settle for Bernie Mac, Redd Foxx, Dean Martin and Andy Kaufman? The Hollywood Reporter reported tonight that a hologram of the late, great George Carlin would perform as a key piece of the soon-to-open National Comedy Center museum in Jamestown, N.Y., quoting the museum's chief curator, The Comedians author Kliph Nesteroff. Nesteroff told THR: […]