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Bill Hicks: Eye Doctor Sketch, Rare

Here it is-- the ONE and ONLY piece of sketch comedy ever done by Bill Hicks! He did tons of standup, the occasional film parody ("Ninja Bachelor Party"), and when he was still a naive young'un in Hollywood, he even made a sitcom pilot ("Bulba")! But to the best of my knowledge, this bit, which I believe was shot to be a segment of an Australian (?) comedy show starring his buddy Fallon Woodland (see also "Counts of the Netherworld"). My best guess places it around 1990. This is ADULT material -- please remove children and small dogs from the room before viewing!


Bill Hicks + George Carlin: The Big Electron

Bill Hicks and George Carlin together on the ride that just is.

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Transcript:

Is this real?
Or is this just a ride?
The world is like a ride
You think it's real - it's just a ride
And we can change it any time we want
It's only a choice - between fear and love
The ride goes up and down and round and round
It has thrills and chills and it's very brightly colored
Up and down and round and round
And it's very loud
Don't worry, don't be afraid
It's just a ride
And we can change it any time we want
It's only a choice between fear and love

Why are we here?
I think we're part of a bigger wisdom
That we won't ever understand
A higher order - call it what you want -
Know what I call it?

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Original videos:

Bill Hicks: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iMUiwTubYu0
George Carlin: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EjmtSkl53h4
Baraka: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XO1nSVy8q8I
Koyaanisqatsi: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PirH8PADDgQ


Bill Hicks: Voice of Reason in a Mad World

(Highlight/Tribute Video)

A video tribute to the life and message of Bill Hicks (Sunday was the 18th anniversary of his death). If you're a fan of Bill's, please help to make the video go viral by sharing as much as you can.


Heckler (1/6)

Ever wonder how comedians and various assorted artists feel when their work is being mercilessly criticised and when they are being personally insulted by people they have never even met? This documentary fronted by Jamie Kennedy gives an insight into the type of vitriol that is poured their way by people who have neither the talent or courage to create what they tear apart. From idiot hecklers who wont let comedians get on with their job to film critics who seem to take great pleasure in crossing the line between honest criticism and personal attack, this documentary highlights them all and is therefore well worth watching.


Bill Hicks: Rant in E Minor

Today, Dec 16, 2011 would have been Bill Hicks' 50th birthday. With that, we bring you the entire audio of his album, posthumously released in 1997 through Rykodisc. It was released alongside the sister album Arizona Bay on February 25, 1997, marking three years since his death.

The material on this album is darker and angrier in tone than some of his earlier work; Hicks can be heard screaming at his audience in between chapters, and very prominently during the track "You're Wrong Night."


Bill Hicks Archived Scraps From Beyond

http://drey.orgfree.com - Back in January of 2009, I was busy digging up some old, *old* bits & pieces of material from the internet and stitching them together. Here is a bit of an eulogy for Bill, the mood suddenly struck me to make it.

In it you'll prominently see Bill Hicks as well as his friend Kevin Booth who's now a film producer. It also features a few of Bill's friends, like Joe Rogan, in one particular eulogizing radio segment.


Bill Hicks: Gays in the Military

The genius Bill Hicks talks about his point of view.
Warning: Bill Hicks swears a lot in this, so if you are sensitive to the use of those words, don't watch it.


Bill Hicks: Relentless, Pt 1 of 3

As you might expect, NSFW! The film version was recorded at the Centaur Theatre during the annual Just for Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal, Canada. 1991.


Bill Hicks: Relentless, Pt 2 of 3

As you might expect, NSFW! The film version was recorded at the Centaur Theatre during the annual Just for Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal, Canada. 1991.