From the archives of Mitch Hedberg: A relaunched site with his written notebooks, clips and more

If you haven't visited the website for the late, great Mitch Hedberg recently, then today would be a perfect day to do so.

Probes-24hrs-notes-1 Recently relaunched by his widow, comedian Lynn Shawcroft, the Mitch Hedberg site boasts a wealth of information — not just old stuff, but also previously unreleased video clips, jokes and views of handwritten pages from his personal joke notebooks.

Here's one such joke:

How to get to space. Build a ladder, don’t stop until you can jump off and not fall down. -MH

Coincidentally, Sirius XM satellite radio is celebrating Hedberg this weekend.

Today on Sirius XM Raw Dog Ch. 99, the channel will present an exclusive concert from the Mitch Hedberg personal archives. Air times: 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. Friday, May 27; 4 p.m. and 10 p.m. Saturday, May 28.

Then, on STORYTIME WITH Mark Says Hi! : Tribute to Mitch Hedberg, "It‚Äôs a very special hour as Mitch‚Äôs wife Lynn, his friends comedians Doug Stanhope, Mike Birbiglia and Rob Cantrell open up Mitch‚Äôs personal notebook‚Ķtake a look inside‚Ķand a loving look back at the late great Mitch Hedberg." Air times: 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Friday, May 27; 5 p.m. and 11 p.m. Saturday, May 28.

Clips after the jump!

Watch Shawcroft open up about Mitch, as Doug Stanhope notes he got cut out of Mitch's feature film, Los Enchilados, and how Stanhope and Hedberg used to kiss in public for laughs. Roll it!


And here's a quick clip from a typically free-wheeling set from Mitch Hedberg one night at the Acme Comedy Club in Minneapolis:


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