Raunchiest Women of Comedy

  • by Andrea Abbate, Felicia Michaels, Sheila Kay, more
  • 1 hrs and 5 mins
  • Performance

Publisher's Summary

Fasten your seatbelts! Here are four female comics with attitude:Andrea Abbate, a favorite guest on Bill Maher's Politically Incorrect, finds it fun to be insensitive on stage in a time when everyone is so concerned with being "politically correct".
Felicia Michaels, a.k.a. "Pottymouth", a $100,000 winner on Star Search, has since been seen on just about every comedy show ever aired. She won the "Best Stand Up Comic, Female" award in 1999 from the American Comedy Awards.
Sheila Kay could definitely not be described as demure, coquettish, or dainty. She could be described as overbearing, blunt, and bawdy.
Carole, known as "The Ivory Girl with an Attitude", has been seen by millions who have enjoyed her stand-up routine in "Crazy Girls" at the Riviera Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.
For Adults Only. Explicit language. Must be 18 years of age to purchase.


Audible Editor Reviews

The female comics in Raunchiest Women of Comedy talk about sex, bodily functions, and body parts in language that could belong in any locker room.
This showcase concert begins with Andrea Abbate, who jokes about a visit to the gynecologist and performing at a strip club called Stretch Marks. "If you were adopted and you thought you recognized your mother dancing, you got a free drink." Later on, we hear Felicia Michaels, whose uses a helium voice for a gutter-talk routine that includes a hilarious extended riff on the ridiculousness of "penis envy". Others include, Sheila Kay, an older comedian who jokes about her sagging anatomy and her stint performing stand-up with the infamous John Bobbitt.
Funny and crass, these comedians offer jokes that are bluer than Smurfette.


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Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-16-1999
  • Publisher: Uproar Entertainment