Where can I buy cheap dvds online for Best Comedy: George Carlin Complete Series DVD? If one man truly personifies the genre of stand-up comedy, it¡¯s George Carlin. A master of the English language, a rebel of social norms, and a man who was honest through and through. Towards the beginning of his career he entertained audiences with simple word play and common social commentary. As he got older, he kept up with the witty repartee and critiques, but his set grew more and more towards harsh ridiculing government and religion, which is where he probably has gained the most fame. This CD is a good juxtaposition of these two areas of interest. It also has one of the most famous tracks of comedy history. I present my judgment of George Carlin: Class Clown. For one of the sharpest men in comedy history, this CD starts off with jokes that cross between Larry the Cable and a bad Jerry Seinfeld bit. He talks about class clowns in grade school (hey! That¡¯s the name of the CD!) which is a topic full of material, but the track turns into Carlin making fart sounds and other bodily music. Granted, he has some great lines of commentary in the mix. It¡¯s certainly not all just fart and poop jokes, but it¡¯s very far from any sort of ground-breaking comedy and much closer to silly shock-value humor.
Buy dvds on line for Best Comedy: George Carlin Complete Series. The CD then starts slowing gaining momentum. For the next couple of tracks, Carlin takes aim at Catholicism, particularly, Catholic middle school customs. What he has to say about this subject is brilliant. He basically covers all religious aspects of a Catholic grade school. Anybody who went to one will no doubt be able to relate to almost every single thing he talks about, particularly his jokes about priests and confession. **Please note that Carlin avoids making jokes about priests seducing little boys. It¡¯s one of my biggest pet peeves when it comes to comedy. No, it¡¯s not because I think it¡¯s inappropriate or offensive, it¡¯s just so damn old. I hate basically all Michael Jackson jokes for the same reason. When a joke is just too easy to make, it doesn¡¯t need to be said. Sorry, little side rant. This is just the first time it seems to be relevant in my blogging. Back to the topic at hand! After many jokes, it¡¯s easy for the audience to see why Carlin is such an atheist. Though he¡¯s not harsh in his criticisms, he does seem to have good reason behind how he feels. Don¡¯t worry, Christians, he won¡¯t make you question your faith. These jokes just point out the aspects of life that some people (myself included) experience, but tells them in a way that makes everybody laugh. All of you know how hard it is to tell a you-had-to-be-there story. That¡¯s basically what Carlin did, and he did it spectacularly. Fun fun fun, laugh laugh laugh, now Carlin has set up the audience for the grand daddy of all jokes: Seven Words You Can Never Say On Television. These seven words make up a list that Carlin comprised of words that, well, can never be said on television. It was not an official list, though at the time nobody could argue that any of them were ever said on the air. These words, for those of you who don¡¯t know, are shit, piss, fuck, cunt, cock sucker, mother fucker, and tits.