Book, "God Said, 'Ha!'" Bantam/BDD Books ISBN 0-553-10647-3, 1997.
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Did You Know?
When I first started doing the show, I thought it was this underground, alternative comedy, and I saw myself as a rebel. I didn't realize it would have such mass appeal. In San Francisco audiences were half-filled with people my parents' age who were loving it." -- referring to her one-woman show "God Said, Ha!
(1989) Season 2 DVD commentary reveals that the character of "Doctor Hibbert", later a caricature of Bill Cosby
, was originally intended to be a female character, "Julia Hibbert", her name taken from Julia Sweeney and her husband, Stephen Hibbert