Bob Fosse's 'Lenny': A Lost Treasure

When George Carlin hit the height of his fame in the mid-seventies, he was considered by many to be a serious innovator. Besides being extremely unpredictable (walking off minutes into the act, insulting the audience or simply not showing up), behind every scathing and hilarious rant there lay a solid foundation of social commentary relevant to the times. Nothing was too taboo