Wry, sardonic, and not afraid to offend, actor and comedian Richard Belzer returns to his classic themes in this fine mix of performance clips and musical interludes. Whether he's talking about aliens, cults, political scandals, or Elvis' bar mitzvah, Belzer's Borscht-Belt-meets-social-satire style is in top form. He even discusses his infamous incident with Hulk Hogan ("at least I have a house in France now") and meets up with Paul Shaffer for a little Yiddish surprise. Belzer fans will appreciate the mix of styles and material; "JFK-The Musical" is a special treat.
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"One hears echoes of Lenny Bruce, George Carlin, and even some Ernie Kovacs in Belzer's satire." (AudioFile)
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