In 2008, the comedy world lost one of its biggest performers; however, there hasn''t been anyone who''s come close to becoming the counterculture''s way of doing so, according to his topical remarks. Carlin, on the other hand, was highlighted as the subject of a two-part documentary on George Carlin''s American Dream, examining his family and other comedians who were affected by his work.
"There''s something about his righteous aggravation that''s a rare point of view, and it''s rare that it''s a natural point of view," says Marc Maron, comedian and podcaster. "It''s not something you can pretend to make happen. Aggravation is not always funny," says Carlin, who speaks to audiences about his past in the film, explaining what he learned, as well as other topics. "It''s remarkable that you may, too, think about
When it came to interpreting Carlin''s material, it became a futile task for his daughter. "It''s not my job. It''s like trying to flee a tidal wave sometimes," George said in a 1997 interview on The Chris Rock Show. "I like to bother people," he said. he said, adding, "I always try to despise people, and then cross it and drag the audience with you."
George Carlin''s American Dream will premiere on HBO on May 20th and 21st, and will also stream on HBO Max on May 20th.
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