Catching the Culture with its Pants Down — George Carlin

George Carlin talks about the famous “7 Dirty Words” Supreme Court case in this December 17th, 2007, 5th part of 7 interview by Jenni Matz and Henry Colman for the Archive of American Television. He talks about his HBO specials, the meaning of “success”, his feelings about the American political system, and his piece “The planet is fine, the people are fucked“.

The rest of the Carlin Interview: Part I, II & III, IV, VI, VII.

The Planet Is Fine, the People Are Fucked:

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2 thoughts on “Catching the Culture with its Pants Down — George Carlin”

  1. Nice post! Great interview. I felt bad all over again, thinking of George’s death. I just love his take on life. Have you ever heard such honesty from a celebrity. The bullshit quota is quite low for Carlin.
    This is my favorite quote from the interview:
    “When you’re born in this world, you’re given a ticket to the freak show. And when you’re born in America, you get a front-row seat.”

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