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George Carlin: It's Bad For Ya
Review Written by: Alex Sandell
George Carlin's last HBO show is a step up from the nihilistic Life is Worth Losing
(which I saw live at some casino) and is a fitting farewell to the
greatest comedian of the 20th (and, thus far, the 21st) century.
This one also makes for a fitting bookend with his first HBO special,
with a couple of callbacks to that show three decades ago, including
another hilarious spiel on hats. He also talks about the advantages of
being old (not "getting" old, but BEING old), politics, ugly babies,
boring telephone conversations, hating Lance Armstrong, death and the
afterlife (or lack thereof).
Like always he's equally funny when riffing on casual Seinfeldesque
topics or philosophizing on serious issues. This is a can't miss for
any fan of the late, great George Carlin. Thanks George, for putting a
smile on my face one last time. You'll be missed.