In his New York City grammar school, George Carlin was known as a "disruptive influence in the classroom." In this concert, the ultimate class clown is back in school at UCLA making another generation of students roar with laughter. Taped on April 19, 1984, Carlin's imaginative and irreverent performance demonstrates why he has sustained so long as one of America's most popular comedians. The routines include: "The Prayer," "Consumer Hints," "Cars And Driving #1," "A Place For My Stuff," "Embarrassments," "Newscast #4" and several award-winning animated segments.
Bad boy comedian George Carlin performs for an appreciative college crowd in 1984. Filmed live at UCLA's Wadsworth Theater, the legendary comic does hilarious renditions of some of his most famous routines. Highlights include "Stuff," "Stomach Noises," "Prayers," "Consumer Hints," and "Who's the Boss"--all concerning topics relevant to more than just the college community.