Full episode 476: What Doesn’t Kill You Act One Too Soon? Share a clip Transcript ByTig Notaro 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) 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.