The greatly anticipated follow-up to the platinum-selling "Beyond the Pale." In this Austin performance that capped off his sold-out 2008 stand-up tour, Gaffigan does not let the audience ...
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Hannibal's a Chicago native, currently living in New York City where he regularly performs and lives alone with no pets. His credits include writing for 30 Rock, SNL and performing in several basements of bars in NYC and Chicago.
The greatly anticipated follow-up to the platinum-selling "Beyond the Pale." In this Austin performance that capped off his sold-out 2008 stand-up tour, Gaffigan does not let the audience catch their breath. This all-new show proves no other comedian working today can romanticize laziness and overindulgence like Jim Gaffigan. Written by
Now, at some locations, they have Dunkin' Donuts and Baskin-Robbins in the same building. It's like a marriage made in obesity. Finally, Dunkin' Donuts is offering something for dessert: doughnuts and ice cream. It's like two pairs of dirty underwear.
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No need to write a really thorough review here. Jim Gaffigan has made a name for himself with jokes about food and eating. He continues that tradition here (discussing fast food and Waffle House) but branches out into the joy of bowling.
Gaffigan is funny not so much for what he says but how he says it. Of course, that is true of most comics, but I think he has really turned it into an art. How else do you get millions of people to come to your shows and watch you on TV just to hear you talk about your experiences with lunch?
The way this was shown on Comedy Central with commercials was a bit tedious, but an uncut home version would be especially funny.
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