Full episode 476: What Doesn’t Kill You Act One Too Soon? Share a clip Transcript In July, Tig was diagnosed with cancer. A week later she went on stage on Los Angeles and did a now-legendary set about her string of misfortunes. This is an excerpt of the full performance, which is available on the album LIVE. (13 minutes) ByTig Notaro More in CancerView all 464: Invisible Made Visible May 18, 2012 Act Three: Stiff as a Board, Light as a Feather David Rakoff tells this story, about the invisible processes that can happen inside our bodies...and the visible effects they eventually have. 425: Slow To React Jan. 21, 2011 Act Three: I'm Still Here "Slow to react" is usually an insult. 406: True Urban Legends Apr. 23, 2010 Act Three: Sleeper Cell Do cell phones give people brain tumors? Ira speaks with Christopher Ketcham, who wrote an article on this subject for GQ magazine. More by Tig NotaroView all 577: Something Only I Can See Jan. 15, 2016 Act Two: Mom Jokes Producer Nancy Updike speaks with comedian Tig Notaro about her mother-in-law, Carol. 558: Game Face May 29, 2015 Act Two: Funny Face Comedian Tig Notaro tells the story about the time she played a string of dates night after night after night in Las Vegas – and bombed every single time. 518: Except For That One Thing Feb. 14, 2014 Act Four: Start Me Up Comedian Tig Notaro tells an audience at the club Largo in Los Angeles about the day she tried to introduce a sixth grade class to the music of The Rolling Stones.