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FUNNY 25 0852: And away we go with the Funny 25 for 2008....the 25 hottest and coolest songs of the year. Old and new, long and short, loud and soft, famous and infamous...nothing but the hits on this show! This week's "Rarities By Request" features some footnotes to the Funny 25 - "Robots" unbleeped, an earlier take of "Fish Heads," some 1980s work by Chris Mezzolesta of Power Salad, and, by popular demand, the original B-side of "They're Coming To Take Me Away, Ha-haa!" which is the same song backwards. Dec 28, 2008
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CHRISTMAS/HANUKKAH #4 0851: With Christmas so close we can almost taste it, here's our final holiday show of 2008 -- with a hearty, hilarious helping of Hanukkah songs to spread the cheer around. All but three of the songs in this show are played for the first (and only) time this year. Once again we have an extended bonus tracks section, including a few items with explicit language. We've placed those at the end so that kids can cover their parents' ears at the appropriate time. Dec 21, 2008
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CHRISTMAS #3 0850: Santa rides again (and has other strange experiences) in part 3 of our four-part Christmas Cavalcade of 2008. Lots of old favorites and a few very demented new things. I want to call special attention to the online-only bonus segment which has nine songs a bunch of people have asked for, that we just didn't have room for on the radio version this year. From now on the online-only segments will be transmitted at the end of the show (hope that's OK!) Dec 14, 2008
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CHRISTMAS #2 0849: Here's show number two of our four-show holiday spectacular for 2008. Highlights include the ever-popular "Blue Christmas" (piggy style) by Seymour Swine & the Squeelers, "Ding! Fries are Done" by Billy from Burger King, and Robert Lund's stupendous new parody of the worst Christmas song ever, "The Christmas Shoes." And for our online listeners only...nothing nasty this time, just 20+ minutes of extreme rarities from way, way back in the Demento Archives. Dec 7, 2008
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CHRISTMAS #1 0848: And awaaaay we go with our first Christmas spectacular for 2008. New and inspired songs, old and desired songs, stacks & stacks of 'em piled up every which way under our virtual radio Christmas tree. Everything we love about Christmas, and everything we hate, it's all here, and so is the Top Ten for November. I want to especially point out our x-rated, yes, that's X-RATED bonus segment, filled with some of the most outrageously irreverent holiday songs ever made! Be forewarned...lots of four-letter words and generally disgusting grossness. We've put it at the very end of our stream, making it easier for parents and others not inclined to listen to such things to turn it off without missing such gems as "An Axl Christmas" (in honor of the long-delayed Guns 'n Roses album), "I Want A Hippopotamus For Christmas" and "Kung Pao Buckaroo Holiday" (an ode to political incorrectness). Nov 30, 2008
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TURKEYS 0847: Our Thanksgiving feast of fun this year features some of our favorite "turkeys" (i.e. songs so bad they're great) along with such holiday favorites as "Alice's Restaurant Massacree" and Adam Sandler's "Thanksgiving Song." We also have two tracks from the Bonzo Dog Band's reunion album (their first in 35 years) and some wild garage rock & R&B songs featured by Pittsburgh's radio wild man Mad Mike Metrovich. Nov 23, 2008
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FRANK ZAPPA 0846: This week's show is entirely devoted to a tribute to Frank Zappa, commemorating the 15th anniversary of his death. It traces his career in roughly chronological fashion, concentrating on his humorous music but also exploring his R&B roots, and the avant-garde music which he considered to be his best work. Many interview excerpts from Frank's appearances on the Dr. Demento Show are included. This is not a repeat of our 1994 tribute show; it is newly written and produced. The online bonus segment comes at the end this time, and is much longer than usual (about 33 minutes). It features Frank introducing rare records from his personal collection, and also three Zappa favorites we can't play on the radio. IMPORTANT: Parental guidance is strongly suggested for the last three tracks in the online bonus segment; there is strong language and possibly objectionable subject matter. Nov 16, 2008
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HUNTING 0845: Here's our salute to Hunting Season 2008. Along with such perennials as "Da Turdy Point Buck" and Tom Lehrer's "Hunting Song" we have new hunting songs by Project Sisyphus and by those heroes of "outlaw" hunting, BadBob & Jimmy. We also salute Veteran's Day this week...and sheep, noses, and text messaging. Nov 9, 2008
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ELECTION/TOP TEN 0844: Here's our election special for 2008. Along with new songs about Obama, McCain and Palin (somehow we just didn't get any Biden songs) we have lots of curiosities from past elections, promoting candidates both real and imaginary. The online-only bonus segment includes a Firesign Theatre rarity -- both sides of a picture disc single released to commemorate the 1980 election. (Sorry, no pictures). And then we move on to something really important - the Top Ten for October. Nov 2, 2008
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HALLOWEEN #2 0843: Here's Part Two of our annual Halloween festival. Segment One features Halloween-type songs from (or inspired by) TV and the movies. Ghosts, goblins, zombies, werewolves, a werecow, and many other frightening friends are saluted before we arrive at our traditional last dance, the Monster Mash. Oct 26, 2008
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HALLOWEEN #1 0842: Here's Part One of our annual two-part fright festival...a whole show full of spooky tunes and scary melodies to trick and treat your mind (with a brief time out for Weird Al's birthday, and his brand new song). Rarities include the original "Carmen Miranda's Ghost" and Bobby Pickett's "The Monster Swim," plus a special set of "ghosts from Halloweens past" recorded in the 1930s. Oct 19, 2008
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MURDER 0841: We have a killer show for you this week...the topic is murder. Lawyers, boy bands, a wabbit, a purple dinosaur, and your mama are all targeted in this musical crime wave. The online-only "Rarities By Request" features a couple of Mideast-oriented songs that were extremely controversial in their day. Another rarity is the Blues Brothers' unreleased version of "Sink the Bismarck." Oct 12, 2008
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LIVE IN STUDIO PT.2 0840: Here's another hour-plus of performances recorded live on the Dr. Demento Show from 1976 to 2004. Many of these haven't been heard since the original air dates, and very few are available anywhere else, even online. Also notable: the Dr. Demento debut of the delightful Max Raabe. Oct 5, 2008
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TOP TEN 0839: Our online only "Rarities By Requests" set is worth your special attention this week. "A Tale of the Ticker," one of the few truly amusing songs about the stock market, was recorded in September 1929 just before the s**t in the fan for the biggest Wall Street dump of all time (so far!) Also featured is that timeless epic of backwoods automotive seduction, "Larry, Move Your Hand" and a primer on averting DWI problems, "Backwards XYZ's". I haven't even mentioned those four songs in a row about New Jersey, and the ones about Sarah Palin. And yes, the Top Ten for September is here. Sep 28, 2008
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BEATLES 0838: We salute the Beatles this week, with some of the best (and worst) of the dozens of topical songs written about the group during its glorious heyday. We've also got a couple of Sarah Palin songs (more to come, we imagine)...and such hard to find Demented favorites as "The Bears," "Rappin' Duke" and "Oh Boy Do I Love Bears" along with (for the first time on the show) "This Is Planet Earth" by Jerry Samuels (aka Napoleon XIV). Sep 21, 2008
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ONE-HIT WONDERS 0837: We salute One-Hit Wonders this week. A One-Hit Wonder is an artist who has great success with one song, then never has another hit worth reckoning with. In the 1950s and 1960s there were a great many one-hit wonders. Thatalso happened to be the Golden Age of Novelty Records, and we salute many of those. Toward the end of the show we also salute artists who had a single song place high on one or more of the Dr. Demento Show's year-end countdowns, but never enjoyed a followup hit. In the early part of the show we salute Talk Like a Pirate Day (Sept. 17), and tip our top hat to the late Jerry Reed. Sep 14, 2008
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FOOTBALL 0836: We salute football season with hilarious pigskin perennials by Andy Griffith, Tom Lehrer, George Carlin and Adam Sandler, and lots of lesser known surprises including two different songs imagining Jesus Christ as a football player. Non-football rarities include radio personality Don Imus' first record, from 1971, a 1950s track by Milwaukee legend Mad Man Michaels, and "The Old Sow Song" from 1937 complete with gloriously unprintable mouth noises. Sep 7, 2008
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TOP TEN 0835: Here's our Top Ten for August 2008...and since Sept.1 falls on a Monday, it's Labor Day weekend too. This show features several all-time Labor Day favorites, including "The Bricklayer's Story" and "Working Where the Sun Don't Shine" (the colo-rectal surgeon's song). We also salute the man who works the hardest on Labor Day, Mr. Jerry Lewis...we have a short interview with Mike Elliott, whose 1986 Demented hit "Rock Me Jerry Lewis" is the ultimate telethon tribute. We also spin a very rare and hilarious Martin Mull item, and say a fond goodbye to "Engineer Bill" Stulla, who died this week at age 97. Aug 31, 2008
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BACK TO SCHOOL 0834: Education may never feel quite the same after you hear our back-to-school show. We feature such classroom collectibles as the explosive "Roger Boom," a live performance of Weird Al's "School Cafeteria" from a 1979 Dr. D show on KMET-Los Angeles, and Mike Condello's unreleased "Public School Lunch" along with such well-loved favorites as "Charlie Brown," "Lunchlady Land" and "Bright College Days." In our first half, the Dr D. debut of Luke Ski's all-star tribute to "Battlestar Galactica," two brilliant new satires by Randy Newman and a little salute to the late Isaac Hayes. Aug 24, 2008
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CATS 0833: We salute cats on this week's show. All kinds of cats, and all kinds of opinions about those lovably contrary critters. We also present this week a salute to the late Steve Goodman, and a most remarkable book about Steve that was published recently. Hard-to-find treats include "Marijuana Munchies," "Bubbling Brain Cells" and "(It's Not Nice To Fool) Mother Nature," the latter two on the online version only (the one you can access here). Aug 17, 2008
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0832 DOGS: We celebrate the Dog Days of summer 2008 by letting 23 of our favorite dog songs run free (plus two flea songs). Also, here once again is our currently most-requested hard-to-find song, the original "I Like" by Heathen Dan. Aug 10, 2008
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0831 CHICKENS: We celebrate chickens this week. We haven't done that in awhile and I was amazed at how many chicken songs there are in the Archives. Many of the best and one or two of the worst are here. Our online-only rarities segment (near the end of the show this time) has still more chicken songs, including an out-of-print Bruce Springsteen song and a Dennis Weaver rarity. Aug 3, 2008
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TOP TEN 0830: Here's our Top Ten for July, plus a plethora of pleasures old and new, including Lily Allen's scandalous new protest song. "Rarities By Request" includes a "Valley Girl" spoof from 1982 and the original 1950s version of "Beans" ("I love my beans, better than chicken or turnip greens.") Jul 27, 2008
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LIVE IN STUDIO 0829: An extra-special show this week: Every song in the second hour of the show was recorded live on the Dr Demento Show, between the mid-1970s and the mid-2000's. Many of these performances haven't been heard since their original broadcast years ago. Tom Stankus' "Existential Blues" is especially exciting, with lots of elements not heard on the currently available recorded version (including those "Impossible Dream" lines). Along with the familiar September 1980 version of "Weird Al" Yankovic's "Another One Rides The Bus," online listeners (only) can hear Al's encore performance from April 1981...like "Existential Blues," this performance also has some extra added attractions. The first half of the show features, among other things, a virtually brand new Dickie Goodman production (!) Jul 20, 2008
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NO CLOTHES 0828: We get naked (or rather, nekked) on the radio this week...our subject is nudity, as celebrated in songs from the 1930s to the 2000's. "Rarities By Request" features Harry Lauder, who for three decades was the most famous, highest paid stage comedian in the English speaking world, and a rare and raunchy tune from the Caribbean called "Sixpence." Jul 13, 2008
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CLOTHES/GEORGE CARLIN 0827: Along with a closetful of songs about clothes (as previously scheduled), this show includes a tribute to the late George Carlin, with three all-time favorite Carlin recordings plus excerpts from Dr. Demento Shows that featured George as a guest. In addition to the tribute heard on the radio show, online listeners will hear an additional 20+ minutes of George Carlin, including two uncensored recordings (including the one that actually led to that infamous Supreme Court decision) and additional interview segments. This extra material will be heard just before the final segment of the show. Explicit language - parental guidance suggested. "Rarities By Request" will return next week. Jul 6, 2008
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TOP TEN 0826: It's Top Ten time again...and the Fourth of July is drawing near, so we have a stack of songs about America. Hard-to-find items include "Uncle Jack Sez Relax" and "Guns Made America Great." There's also a new song about gas prices, "Pain At The Pump." Jun 29, 2008
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SUMMER 0825: Summer is here (officially, at last!) and we celebrate with a hot stack of summertime songs, including some to help plan your vacation, and a rare live tape of Allan Sherman's "Hello Mudduh" (recorded after Allan apparently imbibed some beverages not normally served at summer camp). Rarities By Request, for our online listeners only, features a wild and crazy Kay Kyser track not heard in 25+ years, and a hilarious bit from ca. 1960 about a sportscaster whose disgruntled assistant wreaks havoc upon the broadcast. Jun 22, 2008
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FATHER'S DAY 0824: We celebrate Father's Day with an hour of songs about fathers, and men in general. Warning: Dad will need a healthy sense of humor to handle a couple of these. For our online listeners, Rarities By Request features a couple of outhouse oratorios, a little-known but delightful Coasters song and a nicely noirish Logan Whitehurst piece from one of his early collections. Jun 15, 2008
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WOMEN 0823: The subject is women this week...songs about women, written and sung by women AND men. Controversy may well ensue. Dentistry and the price of gas are also covered, along with less painful subjects! And once again we offer Rarities by Request for our online listeners only. Jun 8, 2008
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DEMENTED DANCE PARTY 0822: This week's show features a Demented Dance Party. Let's do the Time Warp again...along with the Funky Gibbon, the Punk Polka and the Curly Shuffle. The bonus online segment features some vintage dance instruction records, in a montage narrated by Dr. D quite a long time ago. Also note the Weird Al rarity in segment 2. Jun 1, 2008
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TOP TEN 0821: Here's the Top Ten for May 2008 - along with the debut of Whimsical Will's 23rd annual Summer Movie Spectacular! We have satires on the presidential candidates, today's cinema, and that Miley Cyrus photo shoot. Our special bonus segment for online listeners only features songs inspired by commercials from the 50's to our own time. May 25, 2008
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ALCOHOL 0820: A salute to America's favorite drug - Alcohol. Booze in all its forms has inspired countless songs, from the serious to the silly, including many fine comedy songs which we sample this week. Our bonus segment for online listeners includes "Fisting the Sheep" (parental discretion advised) and others we probably won't be playing on the radio anytime soon. May 18, 2008
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MOTHER'S DAY 0819: Happy Mother's Day! Here's our biggest ever stack of motherly dementia. The online-only bonus segment features three very hard-to-find 1970s tributes to the Spike Jones style, plus two even more sought-after specimens of very naughty wordplay. May 11, 2008
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TOBACCO 0818: The topic this week is tobacco. It smells bad, and there's a lot of evidence that it's bad for us...but some of us love it, a lot more of us seem to need it, and there are a whole lot of funny songs and comedy bits about tobacco. We'll smoke some of the best ones on this show. **We're starting a new feature with this show...from now on each Dr. Demento Show available for streaming at www.drdemento.com will contain a BONUS SEGMENT -- 10 minutes or more of songs that are **not** included on this week's radio show. These bonus segments will feature some of our most requested, hardest-to-find songs from waaay back in the Demento Archives.** May 4, 2008
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TOP TEN 0817: It's Top Ten time once again, featuring the hottest and coolest Demented hits of April 2008. A nice mix of old and new things this time. In our first hour we play the Kevin Bacon six degrees of separation game, and also celebrate road kill, and the things and people that exist next door to us...plus a song that Bob Dylan gets credit for discovering, that he almost certainly heard for the first time on the Dr Demento show. Apr 27, 2008
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HAPPY EARTH DAY 0816: We celebrate the earth, and the dirt it's made of. We also say an early goodbye to Royal Canadian Air Farce, which will call it a career soon after 37+ years...and hello to The Great Luke Ski's new version of "The Chainsaw Juggler," with 18, count 'em 18, guest stars. Apr 20, 2008
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SELF 0815: Further explorations of the self - I Wish, I Have, I Feel, and more. Also a couple of politically incorrect hits from the 1960s, a couple of tax time tunes for April 15, and the world's oldest known musical recording. Apr 13, 2008
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BASEBALL 0814: Play ball! Here's our demented salute to America's original national pastime. It's an all-star roster of songs and comedy bits about baseball, from "Who's On First" and "Casey At the Bat" to the steroid era. In the first hour, lots of requests plus some hot new stuff. Apr 6, 2008
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TOP TEN 0813: The Top Ten for March 2008...together with the three P's -- pianos, pizzas and penises. (Also pixies, and Pittsburg). Mar 30, 2008
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CHILDREN 0812: Songs about nice children can be heartwarming...but the ones about nasty kids are much funnier! Guess which kind of songs we feature in this show. We also salute the late Gary Gygax (co-creator of Dungeons & Dragons), organic restrooms, and the Easter Bunny. Mar 23, 2008
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GREEN 0811: St. Patrick's Day, the spring equinox, and Easter, all in the same week! It's enough to turn the Dr. Demento Show green, and that's exactly what happens. Mar 16, 2008
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CELEBRITIES 0810: This show (or most of it) is all about celebrities. Famous people often inspire scorn, jealousy and/or lust among the satiric songwriters in our culture, and all of those are on display this week...along with songs actually sung by celebrities who did not become famous because of their singing. Other neat items here include "The Last Blast of the Blasted Bugler" (aka The Legend of Gunga Din), the Contra Rap and our first taste of Sean Cullen's scandalous new CD. Mar 9, 2008
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DPOD 0809: Random choice rules on this show! All the songs were picked at random from the thousands of songs I've played since 1970, as listed on the Demented Music Database (www.dmdb.org). Among the scarcer items are Alliance's hip-hop deconstruction of "Fish Heads," Bobby Pickett and Peter Ferrara's tribute to the 1976 King Kong remake, and a 1961 single by Dick Van Dyke. Mar 2, 2008
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TOP TEN 0808: The Top Ten rides again as we bring you the hottest and coolest for February. Other highlights include Victor Borge's "Inflationary Language" ("They were very proud of the fact that their fivefathers had been among the creninetors of the American Constithreetion"), the Fools "Psycho Chicken"and Deryl Dodd's delightfully risque "New Tony Lamas." Feb 24, 2008
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BIRDS 0807: The Dr Demento show takes wing this week with a salute to birds. And bees. And "the birds and the bees." Rare and notable items include Peter Cook and Dudley Moore's spoof of 1967 psychedelia, "The L. S. Bumblebee," our first Florence Foster Jenkins song in 20 years, Rowan & Martin's "Birds and the Bees" and, just in time for the reunion, "We Shot The New Kids On The Block." Feb 17, 2008
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LOVE SONGS 0806: Nearly the entire show is devoted to Demented love songs. Our Valentine's Day salute is bigger and better than ever! Feb 10, 2008
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HAWAII 0805: Warm up your radio! This week we leave the ice and snow behind and head to Hawaii for an hour of tropical Dementia. Spike Jones and Space Ghost join some of Hawaii's greatest home-grown humorists on this week's show. Feb 3, 2008
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THE RETURN OF THE TOP TEN! 0804: Here they are, the hottest and coolest demented hits for January. Other topics include TV, electronic gaming and exercise. Hard to find items include "I Bent My Assagai", the original complete British version (a truncated version was issued in the USA as "Zulu Drake"). Also included is an unedited cut of "Squirrels" by the Beastly Boys, remixed in stereo by Jeff Morris. Jan 27, 2008
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"I LIKE" SONGS 0803: Songs about what we like (and hate)...food, sports, sex, animals, you name it. They help define who we are. Jan 20, 2008
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IDENTITY CRISIS? 0802: We explore the subject of identity with "I Am" type songs. "I Am" a cow, a whale, an astronaut, a train, a lumberjack, a gnu, and my own grandpa...not to mention Larry. Our artist of the week is the Mrs. Ackroyd Band, from England and Wales, featuring Les Barker. Jan 13, 2008
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BABIES 0801: We celebrate the new year with songs and comedy about new people. We also say farewell to some old friends: Ruth Wallis, Hawthorne, and Bill Strauss of Capitol Steps. (This is the first show with our new format; see separate note). Jan 6, 2008
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