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The Future Is Unknown

The Future Is Unknown Lowest new price: $10.03
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Model: 2127310

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Ultimate Laughs

Ultimate Laughs Lowest new price: $5.17
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Model: 28931333

A native of Galveston, Texas, Bill moved to Dallas and was working as a disc jockey with plans of becoming of a teacher. While in a nightclub one evening, Bill decided to try his hand at stand-up comedy and quickly found that making people laugh was truly his forte. Soon after, he decided to move to Los Angeles to pursue television opportunities. First there was a Showtime special, "A Pair of Joker's" with Rosie O'Donnell, followed by Bill hosting A&E's "Evening at the Improv" and several appearances on both "The Tonight Show" and the "Late Show with David Letterman." In 1992, Bill won the American Comedy Award for "Best Male Stand-up Comedian." After appearing in episodes of "Designing Women," Bill went on to portray Buck Overton on the ABC sitcom, "Delta", starring Delta Burke, thus solidifying his status as a sought-after comic. Bill also starred in the NBC series, "The Jeff Foxworthy Show", in which he played Jeff's best friend. Engvall also hosted the television show, "SOFA CINEMA," for TNN. Bill's humor has also extended into the world of books with the publication of, "You Don't Have To Be Dumb To Be Stupid" (Longstreet Press).Bill resides in Southern California with his wife and two children.

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The Remains of Tom Lehrer

The Remains of Tom Lehrer Lowest new price: $80.00
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Rarish set of archive recordings

This three-CD set collects many of Tom Lehrer's tunes, described by Time magazine as "brilliant and coruscating parodies," bringing back a bygone era when the "liberal consensus," as Lehrer calls them, knew who they were and could, therefore, laugh at both themselves and the well-defined enemy. Delivering clever, witty rhymes about topical subjects was Leher's strength. In "Wernher Von Braun" [the Nazi German scientist who later worked for NASA], Lerher sings: "I'll sing you a tale of Wernher Von Braun / A man whose allegiance is ruled by expedience / Once the rockets are up, who cares where they come down / 'That's not my department,' says Wernher Von Braun." Using a rollicking piano as accompaniment, Lehrer will remind some of Mark Russell, the current political satirist, but Lehrer's more pointed humor and grating, nasal voice make him a much tougher listen. His Jimmy Durante-like delivery, however, doesn't completely trump his truly quick mind and clever use of language. --Wally Shoup


  • This set includes 3 cds and hardbound book of 80 pages

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I Have a Pony

I Have a Pony Lowest new price: $5.99
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Comedy fans everywhere have been waiting for the reissue of this 1985 classic, which introduced frizzy-haired comic Steven Wright to the masses. Absurdist, paradoxical and so low-key to the point of almost being inaudible, Wright was like a zen Bob Newhart, spinning tall, metaphysical tales that made you think before you laughed and then made you think twice and laugh again!

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Greatest Bits

Greatest Bits Lowest new price: $5.66
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Model: 5259796

One of the last great kings of the one-liner left us in 2004, and the world hasn't seemed as funny since. He sure won our respect, and these inspired bits from his stand-up routines show why: What's in a Name; Am I Too Fast for This Table?; I Tell You with Bars I Am Never Lucky; No Respect at All , and more!

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The 2000 Year Old Man: The Complete History

The 2000 Year Old Man: The Complete History Lowest new price: $34.39
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3CD & 1 DVD

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I'm Telling You for the Last Time

I'm Telling You for the Last Time Lowest new price: $16.99
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Brand: Umgd/Universal Records

1998 standup performance from the iconic comedian... "How could anybody not like him?" - Mrs Seinfeld.

On Jerry Seinfeld's debut CD, he already sounds sick of his material. Of course, the point of the performance that it captures--the HBO special I'm Telling You for the Last Time--was to perform the routine one last time and then retire it forever. This recording was taped just a couple of months after Seinfeld went off the air, and the crowd sounds like it's jonesing for a fix--they laugh at everything, even Seinfeld's setup lines ("So what's with the cabdrivers and the BO?"). Still, Seinfeld's humor--that now-familiar observation from a satisfyingly elitist point of view--delivers. But after all the late-night talk-show appearances, the book Seinlanguage, and nine years of the series, was there really any question? --Randy Silver

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The Best Of [Explicit]

The Best Of [Explicit] Lowest new price: $6.93
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Model: 2131975

Here's the underground comic hero, tellin' it like it is long before anyone knew who Fred Sanford was. These early-'60s Laff Records tracks include Sex Life; Doctor Stories; Gangsters; Letter to a Wife; Shoe Shines, Virgins & Marriages , and more!

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Ultimate Fits

Ultimate Fits Lowest new price: $8.19
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Ultimate Fits showcases the most hilarious moments from Capitol Nashville's catalog of 17 Roy D. Mercer prank call comedy albums and also debuts two brand new pranks. Tulsa, Oklahoma radio announcers Brent Douglas and Phil Stone (KMOD-FM) created the character of Roy D. Mercer in the early 1990s. In 1997, Capitol Records Nashville released the first Roy D. Mercer albums, How Big 'a Boy Are Ya?, Vols. 1 & 2. Since then, new Roy D. Mercer albums and collections have been released on a regular basis, building a comedy powerhouse that continues to thrive with more than 3.5 million albums sold to date.

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Strategic Grill Locations

Strategic Grill Locations Lowest new price: $10.14
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Model: 2188800

Mitch Hedberg is one of the smartest, strangest, and most creative stand-up comedians today. Hedberg has garnered a large rabid following with observations like, "If carrots got you drunk, rabbits would f***ed up." His Comedy Central special is one of the highest-rated on the network. His commercially CD Strategic Grill Locations was self-released and now is commercially available for the first time. Mitch sold them exclusively at shows and the incredibly popular discs has never been commercially available on the original and better cover art, so fans who purchased the original will want a copy of this collectible re-release.

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