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Dec 23, 2010 11

As the year comes to an end, WTF brings the house down with another live show at the UCB Theare in Los Angeles. Erin Foley comes clean about coming out, Jon Daly introduces us to Bill Cosby-Bukowski, Jim Earl shares his Cafe Diaries, and Eddie Pepitone has the last word, but not before Dr. Steve tries to help him solve some issues.

11 Comments
  • over three years ago
    Bingo Bango
    Wow, that testicular cancer site Marc mentioned was really helpful. I had a close friend get TC, and I didn't know there was an exam. Good info.
  • almost four years ago
    Hadashi no Gen
    Great ep. People are just hating on Cosby Bukowski cause he's on da cast. Was wondering what's with da cut @ min 52:46, hmm? Censorship, ey?
  • almost four years ago
    Todd Mason
    Well, perhaps it helped that I heard Lenny Bruce's Fantasy Records albums first (LENNY BRUCE--AMERICAN...THE BEST OF LENNY BRUCE...I AM NOT A NUT, ELECT ME--why Concord, who owns the Fantasy catalog, doesn't put the contents of THANK YOU, MASKED MAN out on cd or up on mp3, I dunno, though some of that, or other versions of it, is on the big Shout Factory album), but I got what he was doing right away. (It didn't hurt that I had Smothers Brothers, Pat Paulsen and David Steinberg reoords from when I was Very young.) I didn't get everything (I was certainly more steeped in the pop culture and history of the 1950s and '60s than most 15yos in 1979, and had seen a lot of the same films he did, even if I didn't remember all the actors as well he as he did--I could guess where he was coming from by a reference to Ann Dvorak), but I got most of it...and as I was reading a lot of Avram Davidson and Harlan Ellison and Isaac Bahevis Singer, some of the Yiddish references I would've had at best the slightest sense of were clearer..."oh, That's how that's pronounced." Now, the guy who took a bit more time to figure out was Lord Buckley, but it was a matter of repeated listening rather than ten years or so to get where he was coming from.

    At least it's good for the prostate, monkeying around. Terribly sorry to hear of the breakup.
  • almost four years ago
    CJ
    Great show, great guests. I've been replaying the episode, I can't seem to get enough. I enjoyed everyone on the show, but Cosby/Bukowski made my day. Can't wait to see you in Ithaca.
  • almost four years ago
    Crate&Trauma
    http://www.krqe.com/dpp/news/comedian-returns-home-
  • almost four years ago
    Felipe
    Man... that Bukowski Cosby seemed like such a bad idea on paper but that character was hilarious, I couldn't stop laughing.

    Marc, congratulations on being a great curator of comedians!jum
  • almost four years ago
    MichaelPatrickG
    I intended to watch this one live. I lost track of the date, though.
    No offense, but I'm glad I didn't catch it.
    ......Wow.
    John Daly was so bad he made Pepitone seem somewhat funny.
  • almost four years ago
    Joe Tily
    ". . . i got a shit bucket and a piss bucket and i fuckin' have little brain damaged chocolate cake eating mother-fuckin' children . . ."

    Loved Bill Cosby-Bukowski and always love Eddie.
    Another great Live WTF.

    ALL POWER TO THE MARON.
  • almost four years ago
    Brad in Ohio
    Stuffers vs. Act-er-out-ers

    http://listen.grooveshark.com/s/Christmas+Bop/2SWhzM
  • almost four years ago
    Beelzebud
    ROFL Who the hell is Bill Cosby Bukowski? That had me laughing my ass off!
  • almost four years ago
    Solomon Raabe
    I'm shocked that the crowd doesn't remember "The man with the Golden Gun", a great premise for a Bond movie, the energy crisis during the 70's makes even supervillian's, solar-power supporter's.

    Good thing we solved that whole problem...

    Other than that, how do you forget Goodnight, the girl who was married to Peter Sellers, she was in that movie.