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Controversial (and, in many cases, extremely loathed) comedic alter ego of actor Andrew Clay Silverstein. Extremely popular at the turn of the 1980s for his Mother Goose nursery rhymes, Andrew "Dice" Clay was a persona built upon misogyny, homophobia and Italian macho stereotypes that shocked middle class America. The routine was all proclaimed to be nothing more than an act(similar to Larry the Cable Guy or Andy Kaufman's Tony Clifton) by Andrew Clay when he dropped the "Diceman" alter… read more

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  • Avatar for TerryMetterJr
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    I'm gonna call you in an hour!
  • Avatar for TerryMetterJr
    Get it?
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  • Avatar for CanIUseThis
    The Day the Laughter Died is one of the best comedy albums.
  • Avatar for TerryMetterJr
    BACK! Get it?
  • Avatar for CrySTALcrafter
    Old stuff is kinda good. He's not really racist, he just exploits the stereotypes about Italians.
  • Avatar for SLFV
    Try him again in an hour... BACK! Get it?
  • Avatar for iamholgerczukay
    What's this guy's appeal, I tried listening to "Face Down, Ass Up" and couldn't make it past the 10 minute point. Is this a bad album or he just... not funny?
  • Avatar for Betonimaha
    Unbelievable - That´s what I think!

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