There’s no mistaking the gravelly, high-pitched tone of comedian Bobcat Goldthwait, best known for his role as Zed in the Police Academy films, whose disarmingly self-effacing and ribald set focuses on his show business career, most notably his dismissal from cast of the Hollywood Squares and the literal fire he started on the set of The Tonight Show, his uniquely transformed physical appearance, and piercing observational humor about sex and pop culture. Nothing’s off-limits in this bawdy, rip-roaring listen that bristles with energy from start to finish.
Track 1: David Crosby's Sperm, and Why the Hollywood Squares Downsized Me
Track 2: If You're Ever on a Talk Show, Don't Set It on Fire
Track 3 Salt and Pepper Nutsack
Track 4: Gall Bladder
Track 5: Johnny Depp and the Electric Razor Ad
Track 6: I Love D**K
Track 7: Jack and Bobby in Hell, Alan Thicke, Polar Bear, and Chris Reeve
Track 8: Fabio and the Suicidal Goose
Track 9: Beaten by the Police
Track 10: Hunters Are Gay
Track 11: Alcoholic Clowns and Katie Couric, Screech's Huge C**k, and Granny Porn
Track 12: Star Wars Fans are Uber-Nerds
Track 13: Operation 51st State
Track 14: Mascot Suicide and Orgasm Impressions
ADVISORY: Contains Adult Content.
© and (P)2003 Comedy Central Records
"Very entertaining, and in some strange way he seems at peace with himself and his place in the world. Or at least as at peace as the director of Shakes the Clown can be." (David Jeffries, All Music Guide)
As a comedy routine, yes, but it is not a book. Only an hour long and not worth the money. I'm sure you can find on YouTube.
No. It was just a comedy routine, not a book.
The routine was hilarious, but again, not worth the money
Listening to Bob[cat]'s earlier work used to feel like nails on a chalkboard. On the advice (and against my better judgment) I downloaded what is truly one of FUNNIEST stand-up routines I've ever heard. Really, REALLY good work. Thanks for the laughs; worth several listens.
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