Go Ask Alice

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Stand-up comedian Paul F. Tompkins' 2009 comedy album Freak Wharf has a track entitled "Go Ask Alice" in which he derides the book as "the phoniest of balonies" and suggests it was authored by the writing staff of Dragnet. The album title itself is drawn from a passage in the book in which the narrator refers to an insane asylum as a "freak wharf."[9]

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