George Carlin’s stand up comedy album It’s Bad For Ya brought the legendary comedian a Grammy Award for Best Comedy Album and a nomination for an Emmy Award.
Many of George Carlin’s jokes included in this stand up comedy special are about death and the life thereafter, such as: things We Say When People Die, Dead Parents Helping or In a Coma.
George Carlin’s line "It's all bullshit folks, and it's bad for ya" , repeated during the entire stand up comedy video, gave the title of this last legacy left to us by the funny comedian.
Full of observational humor and irreverent lines about the modern language, psychology or religion, It’s Bad for Ya is probably the least hostile of George Carlin’s videos and also one of his funniest stand up comedy videos.
George Carlin never took the easy way and It’s Bad for Ya! proves how much he evolved during all those years of writing and performing in front of millions of people. It’s Bad For Ya is his 14th HBO special, in which the comedian displays his unique talent to take the ordinary things that happens every day and put them in a new and funny light.
George Carlin was in his 70s when he filmed this stand up comedy show, so a lot of his material focused on aging, but his spirit was still young and his humor as intelligent and witty as usual and you will feel through the whole 69 minutes of It’s Bad For Ya video.
George Carlin’s stand up comedy DVD It’s Bad For Ya includes beside the HBO special, a 32 minute interview with George Carlin taped in 2007 and a 7 minute performance from "The Jackie Gleason Show" back in 1969
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