This was one of the greatest comedy in all of the 80s. At a time when many 'comedians' could offer nothing more than to bash the homeless and other already oppressed peoples, Bobcat had the guts to challenge the pillars of state and church. It was refreshing to see a comedian during that dark era use material that included the most corrupt president in history (prior to W. Bush of course), Sylvester Stallone, Rev. Jimmy Swaggart (prior to the moral-crusader's legendary sex scandals), censorship, music warning labels, and the war on drugs. But it was not strictly the subject matter that makes this worthwhile. The humor and delivery show Bobcat at his best. He did comedy in a way that would make pioneers Lenny Bruce and George Carlin proud. Rev. Bookburn, Radio Volta, Philadelphia
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