One of Hicks's most famous quotes was delivered during a gig in Chicago - known s the "Infamous Bill Looses it in Chicago" show - in 1989 (later released as the bootleg I'm Sorry, Folks). After a heckler repeatedly shouted "Free Bird", Hicks screamed that "Hitler had the right idea, he was just an underachiever!" Hicks followed this remark with a misanthropic tirade calling for unbiased genocide against the whole of humanity.
A rich garbage magnate (Ima Hogg) is being driven along to a hotel, run by Alice and her cat Julius. The hotel has seen better times, and so the two are thrilled when they see the limousine roll up. Hogg demands a barber and a manicurist, and Julius feels he's up to the job. He does his best to please the grouch, with mixed results.
Boxer Ignatz Mouse bets against himself in a match, then tries to lose the fight on purpose. But Ignatz's wife and Krazy Kat, both unaware of the bet, conspire to make sure Ignatz wins.
Luke operates a sanatarium, which he has naturally staffed with a bevy of attractive nurses.
Travel down U.S. Highway 127 from Michigan to Alabama and meet the people at the world’s longest yard sale—an annual four-day, 690-mile exchange of not only goods, but also stories.
A small New Mexican village discovers a severed hand that is considered a miracle of God, when it actually belongs to a murdered spouse with a husband in search of it.