I'm sure we all know how George Carlin started out as a mainstream act until he decided to go with the hippies rather than the squares and grew his hair long and started adding swear words to his act. This is all established in the history of Carlin. But what do you think of his final transformation? If you look at George's later work his humor gets a lot more dark than anything he'd done before. For some, this turned him into a grumpy old man. For others he was just taking his provocative style to a whole new level.
Here's my question, do you agree that he got darker and if so was it occasionally too dark? Did he some times come across as less funny and more angry? Did you enjoy his rants because you really thought they were funny or did you like them because you agreed with them? There is no right or wrong answer. We all have our own personal taste and there were different aspects to Carlin's act. It did evolve. A Place For Your Stuff George Carlin is very different from Coast to Coast Emergency George Carlin. So share your feelings.