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The Diceman Cometh (1989)

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Andrew Dice Clay: Jack and Jill went up the hill, each witk a buck and a quarter. Jill came down with two-fifty, OOOOOOOOOOOOH!
Andrew Dice ClayAudience: WHAT A FUCKING WHORE!
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Special Thanks To Mom ...... For The Attitude Dad......For The Drive Natalie......For The Support Trini......For Believing Rodney Dangerfield......For The Shot Mitzi Shore......For The Stage Pips......For The Start "The Nostrand Schmucks" See more »

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fu@king unbelievable
28 May 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Starting with a few humorous skits detailing Dice's past, it then moves into the concert footage. Andrew Dice Clay is without a doubt one of the comedy great. Riffing on pretty much everyone and everything, this stand up special is hilarious from beginning to end and transports you back to a time where he was on the way to the top of his game. In this insanely PC world we now inhabit, where so-called 'edgy' comics are watered down and homogenized (barring Sarah Silverman, of course) we need someone like the Diceman to take the stick out of our collective asses.

My Grade: A


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