Small-town boy Jim Gaffigan expresses his love for big city life and nature documentaries in this half-hour stand-up special.

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Small-town boy Jim Gaffigan expresses his love for big city life and nature documentaries in this half-hour stand-up special.

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Hilarious
25 May 2005 | by (Montreal, Canada) – See all my reviews

This guy's simply hilarious! You have to check him out. If you like Conan O'Brien and Seinfeld-type humour, you will love Jim Gaffigan.

Here's some quotes from his "The Last Supper" CD to give you an idea:

-I think it's weird we ask the waiter for advice... like "Hey yeah, you don't know me at all, but what do you think I should eat?"

D'you ever have the waiter strongly recommend something? You feel kind of guilty not getting it. "Yeah, I know you really want me to get *that* but... I'm just gonna get what I want. Cuz I'm still paying, right pushy?"

-I do try and heat healthy though, I'm a vegetarian. Not a strict vegetarian though, I eat beef and pork. And chicken... but not fish 'cause that's *disgusting*!! How can you tell when fish goes bad, it smells like fish either way! "Mmmh this smells like a dumpster, let's eat it!"

The great thing about Jim Gaffigan is that both his material and his delivery are top notch, and that's all it takes for a good stand-up comedian. Check him out! :)


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