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TV Bulletin Board (June 24)

The latter day George Carlin still took no prisoners. AP photo

HBO will commemorate the late George Carlin by repeating 11 of his record 14 standup specials for the network, including both the first and the last.

Most will air only on HBO2 on Wednesday and Thursday (June 25-26). But "It's Bad for Ya," which premiered in March, gets the main HBO stage on Friday, June 27th at 8 p.m. (central). It also will punctuate HBO2's string of Carlin specials. He first appeared on HBO in 1977's George Carlin at USC. Here's the complete HBO2 lineup, with all times central:

Wednesday, June 25
7 p.m. -- George Carlin at USC (1977)
8:30 p.m. -- George Carlin Again! (1978)
10 p.m. -- Carlin at Carnegie (1983)
11 p.m. -- Carlin on Campus (1984)
Midnight -- Playin' with Your Head (1986)

Thursday, June 26
7 p.m. -- What Am I Doing in New Jersey? (1988)
8 p.m. -- Doin' It Again (1990)
9 p.m. -- Jammin' in New York (1992)
10 p.m. -- Back in Town (1996)
11:05 p.m. -- You Are All Diseased (1999)
Midnight -- It's Bad for Ya (2008)

***HBO has renewed In Treatment for a second season. Principal stars Gabriel Byrne and Dianne Wiest will return, with actors playing their patients to be announced later.

***Comedy Central's The Daily Show is adding Wyatt Cenac as a full-time featured correspondent. He'll assume that role on Wednesday, June 25th with an "investigation" of senior voters in Florida. Coldplay also will appear and perform on that night's edition (10 p.m. central).

Cenac made his Daily Show debut on June 3, telling anchor Jon Stewart that the boring presidential primary season reminded him of Lost.