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Wit & Wisdom Of Andy Griffith

Wit & Wisdom Of Andy Griffith Lowest new price: $7.78
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Includes What It Was, Was Football (Parts 1 & 2); Conversation with a Mule; The Preacher and the Bear; Andy and Cleopatra , and more. 10 tracks.

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Uncensored Lowest new price: $5.99
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Redd was raising the roofs of comedy clubs with his racy routines decades before Eddie Murphy and Chris Rock. Here are 37 naughty, nasty, hilarious live bits from the '60s: Sex in the Dark; The Wrong Zipper; Thanksgiving Day; Colored People , and more!

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Weapons of Self Destruction

Weapons of Self Destruction Lowest new price: $12.90
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2010 release from the comedian/actor. Robin Williams describes himself as a 'hairy comedian from California', but he is also an Academy Award-winner. Robin Williams also won four Golden Globe Awards and four Grammys. 2009 was a year of ups, downs and second chances for Robin Williams. Now recovered from emergency heart surgery, Williams returned to HBO for his first solo TV concert since 2002. In his performance, Williams covers such topics as global warming, sex and politics, the state of health care in the country (suggesting a cash for clunkers program for elderly relatives), drugs (recreational and otherwise) and more personal topics, including his recent heart surgery.

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Class Clown

Class Clown Lowest new price: $8.75
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Brand: Carlin, George
Model: 5817379

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Cheech & Chong

Cheech & Chong Lowest new price: $9.48
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Their groundbreaking 1971 debut, produced by Lou Adler and featuring the classic Dave .

Though it sounds like it was conceived and recorded between bong hits inside a college dormitory, Cheech & Chong's 1971 debut album was actually the product of years of comedic honing. In the late 1960s, guitarist Tommy Chong founded a musical/performance art troupe called City Works. The venture was short-lived, but it introduced him to fellow boho-prankster Richard "Cheech" Marin. When City Works faltered, the duo hitched their wagon to the burgeoning drug culture of the day, and Cheech & Chong was born. Their brand of humor wasn't particularly innovative--after all, making comedy for stoners is like preaching to the choir--but it was unquestionably of its time, and more importantly, it took greater steps toward anesthetizing the "drug menace" than any government program ever has. Cheech & Chong treats drug consumption as a harmless, hapless joke; "Drug Czar" William Bennett could learn a lot from these cats. --Matt Hanks

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Hits The Road

Hits The Road Lowest new price: $8.96
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Model: 2127379

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Something Like This... The Bob Newhart Anthology

Something Like This... The Bob Newhart Anthology Lowest new price: $9.53
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24 routines-*2 1/2 hours*!-from the all-time classic albums Bob recorded for Warner Bros. during the '60s! Remember these brilliant routines? Abe Lincoln vs. Madison Ave.; The Cruise of the U.S.S. Codfish; Ben Franklin in Analysis; The Grace L. Ferguson Airline (and Storm Door Co.); Ledge Psychology; Daddy of All Hangovers , and more.

Part of what Bob Newhart mastered, earlier on stand-up albums like The Button-Down Mind of Bob Newhart and The Button-Down Mind Strikes Back! and later on his long-running TV series The Bob Newhart Show and Newhart, was capturing a brand of Everyman neuroses and heightening it, bringing mundane, common scenarios into the realm of the absurd--and the absurdly funny. Newhart also perfected playing a character involved in a conversation with the other party in absentia, as in one of his most famous routines, "King Kong," in which he plays the part of an Empire State Building security guard who calls his boss the night King Kong makes his famous ascent. ("Yes, sir, I looked in the handbook index under 'unauthorized personnel' and 'people without passes' and 'apes,' and 'ape's toes,' but it's not in there....") Something Like This... is a generous sampling of Newhart's best stand-up bits, and while some of his topics--airplanes, hating to fly--have now been so overdone as to be comic faux pas, rather than making his material seem dated they often serve to demonstrate just how rare a talent he is simply because the routines still elicit involuntary snorts of laughter some 30 years later. --Mark Hunstman


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King Of The Mountains [Explicit]

King Of The Mountains [Explicit] Lowest new price: $7.49
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With the release of a major new CD, live concert DVD, television special and book, 2007 promises to be the best (and busiest) year ever for multi-million copy selling Capitol recording artist and comedian Rodney Carrington. King of the Mountains, Rodney's first album of new material in more than four years, is releasing April 3. The album will be followed by a Comedy Central special (April 14); his first DVD, "Rodney Carrington Live at the Majestic Theatre" (April 24); and a book, Coming Clean (September). All will be supported by Rodney's first full year of touring since the debut of his television show in 2004.

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Wild & Crazy Guy

Wild & Crazy Guy Lowest new price: $5.75
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Brand: Warner Bros.
Model: 2016049

This 1978 album made Martin a national star with the song King Tut !


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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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