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George Carlin: Complaints and Grievances (2001)





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Legendary comic George Carlin skewers everything from being stuck in gridlock and long-winded email newsletters to charging cheap items on credit in this riotous stand-up appearance at New York City's Beacon Theatre in November 2001. Skits include the titular "Complaints and Grievances"; "Traffic Accidents"; "You & Me (Things That Come Off of Your Body)"; "Parents of Honor Students"; "Guys Named Todd" and "Why We Don't Need 10 Commandments."
Comedy , Television
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Not Carlin's best. Too little social commentary, too much potty humor in this one. Didn't strike a chord with me.

Greg S
Greg S

Again, Carlin repeated a joke (grandfather going upstairs to do his grandmother). I never realized he repeated so much over the years. Carlin is an American. This was recorded two months after 9-11. But he included a segment that addressed terrorism as he said, "so we can get on with the show." He did not go on his liberal bent with this, but rather displayed what all Americans were displaying at that time. I applaud him for that. The things that come off your body bit is hilarious! The balance of the show was pretty good humor, although George sid into his usual attack on religion.

Robert Owens
Robert Owens

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