Potty-mouthed comic George Carlin died Sunday at the age of 71, reportedly of heart failure at Saint John's Health Center in Santa Monica. The standup comic and author is best known for his infamous routine, about the seven words you can never say on television, which eventually took him to the Supreme Court, where the material was deemed indecent. George continued to perform it and was arrested several times, though the cases were always dismissed. He also authored the 1997 best-selling Brain Droppings. George is survived by his wife, Sally Wade, and daughter, Kelly Carlin-McCall.