Comedy Central announced today that it’ll release the posthumous third album from stand-up comedian Mitch Hedberg, "Do You Believe in Gosh?" on Sept. 9, including 40 minutes of material previously unreleased and three previously unheard prank phone calls Hedberg made for the network’s Crank Yankers show. Hedberg had recorded this stand-up two months before he died in March 2005. He was only 37. Having known and worked with Mitch, it’s still tough for me to think about this without wishing he were still alive and telling outrageously clever jokes.
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