Taped before a full-house at New York's Carnegie Hall (October 12, 1982), this performance represents an important creative resurgence for Carlin, following a heart attack earlier that year. He ignites the stage with unique perceptions and his outrageous physical comedy, employing along the way his well-honed powers of mimicry. The routines include "Rice Krispies", "Have a Nice Day", and "Fussy Eater."
Take a front row seat and watch bad boy comedian George Carlin ignite the stage with his unique perceptions of life. Carlin's classic routine "Seven Words You Can't Say on Television" is included. Other cult favorite routines, including "Have a Nice Day," "Dogs and Cats No. 2," "Newscast No. 3," "Ice-Box Man," "Rice Krispies," and "Fussy Eater," are highlights of the hour-long hilarity.