George Carlin: Carlin On Campus

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Released 1984

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Director:
Steven J. Santos
Released:
1984
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George Carlin: Carlin On Campus is an HBO special done by world-famous comedian George Carlin. It is comprised of both live show recordings (done during his 1984 tour) and cartoon shorts, and is comprised of mostly new, never before seen material. Carlin talks about catholic schools from the point of a strict, sarcastic atheist. He discusses the strange thought process that must have gone into the creation of the flamethrower. He compares baseball and football, and attempts to analyze why American audiences have such an extreme obsession with the two sports. There is commentary on both slow and fast drivers, with Carlin explaining why we always think the slow drivers are idiots and the fast ones are maniacs. Carlin also talks about whistling and how it can both be soothing and annoying at the same time. The film concludes with an original song, sung and played by Carlin, called "Armadillo Blues."
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