Bill Hicks, banned and censored performance on the "Late Night with David Letterman show" On January 30, 2009, David Letterman invited Mary Hicks, the mother of Bill Hicks, on as a guest to offering a public and formal apology for not televising Bill's performance the night it was suppose to originally broadcast. Also, the original clip that was censored was Bill's last performance on the Letterman show. To see the full clip in it's entirety http://youtu.be/K2QXBd1i4KI?list=UUP-JvXgPQntdWVxfHnBC_EQ
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