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29 March 2009 (USA) See more »
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The greatly anticipated follow-up to the platinum-selling "Beyond the Pale." In this Austin performance... See more » | Add synopsis »
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This Week on DVD: Slumdog Millionaire, Timecrimes, Marley & Me
 (From FilmJunk. 31 March 2009, 9:28 AM, PDT)

Jim Gaffigan is a King Baby, this weekend
 (From Monsters and Critics. 26 March 2009, 6:40 PM, PDT)

[DVD Review] Jim Gaffigan: King Baby
 (From JustPressPlay. 24 March 2009, 9:19 PM, PDT)

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Comic, if slight, observations See more (4 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Jim Gaffigan ... Himself

Directed by
Troy Miller 
 
Writing credits
Jim Gaffigan 

Produced by
Tracey Baird .... executive producer
A.J. Diantonio .... producer
Jeannie Gaffigan .... executive producer (as Jeannie Noth Gaffigan)
Jim Gaffigan .... executive producer
Troy Miller .... executive producer
Alex Murray .... executive producer
Jeff Thorsen .... producer
 
Original Music by
Patrick Noth 
 
Film Editing by
Barnaby Levy 
 
Production Design by
Bruce Ryan 
 
Makeup Department
Rhea Willis .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Debra Davis .... production manager
Matt Magielnicki .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Keith Richmond .... associate director
 
Sound Department
Steve Gerik .... sound: a2
Malcolm Harper .... sound: a2
James Ledner .... sound re-recording mixer
Frank Pappalardo .... sound mixer
Britton Parnell .... house p.a. mixer
 
Visual Effects by
Robert Dahlin .... main title design
Jay Odom .... main title design
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Fernando del Río .... camera operator
Maurice Dupleasis .... gaffer
Tom Faulkenthal .... tape operator
Randy Gomez Jr. .... jib operator
Ken Heinemann .... camera operator
Caesar Jaceldo .... camera operator
Andrew Jansen .... steadicam operator
Brad Keffer .... gaffer
Harrison Lippman .... lighting technician
Dan Martaus .... video control
Simon Miles .... lighting designer
Pete Radice .... lighting programmer
Johnny Ramirez .... grip
Tom Taylor .... camera operator
Eric Young .... jib operator
 
Editorial Department
Kabir Akhtar .... editor: opening titles
Damon Durity .... assistant editor
Ben Folts .... on-line editor
David Matusek .... assistant editor
Blaine Williams .... post supervisor
 
Other crew
Omar Barraza .... production assistant
Marian Bingaman .... production assistant
Dustin Daniels .... location manager
Sherman Donegan .... production assistant
Mike Eaton .... production assistant
Toni Fletcher .... production assistant
Tawni Fritz-McAlpine .... production accountant
Ed Fuentes .... technical director
Pam Fuller .... script supervisor
Nick Gomez .... utility
Derek Joyoprayitno .... utility
Steve Law .... head utility
Steve Maedl .... utility
Kendra McCann .... production assistant
Edwin McCormick .... staging supervisor
Colin Meyer .... utility
Marcel Meyer .... location manager
Mary Nelson .... house manager
John K. Patterson .... location manager (as John Patterson)
Keith Richmond .... stage manager
Lisa Valenzuela .... key production associate
 
Thanks
Ted Alexandro .... special thanks
David Andronico .... special thanks
Eddy Bishal .... special thanks
Jonathon Brandmeier .... special thanks
Richard Brooks .... special thanks
Denise Brouillette .... special thanks
Bill Bunker .... special thanks
Brian Kiley .... special thanks
Marta Noth .... special thanks
Paul Noth .... special thanks
Marty Reimer .... special thanks
Jordan Rubin .... special thanks
Laura Vilchez .... special thanks
 

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60 min (with commercials)
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Quotes:
Jim Gaffigan:Have you seen the bologna that has the olives in it? Who's that for? "I like my bologna like a martini. With an olive." "I'll have the bologna sandwich - dirty."See more »
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Featured in CMT's Biggest Laughs (2012) (TV)See more »

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Comic, if slight, observations, 25 March 2014
Author: MassDistraction from Canada

Jim Gaffigan returns for his second major stand-up special. His approach has not changed a bit since the last time out as he continues mining the everyday for humour. Indeed, Gaffigan is a man who can stretch bacon for 10 minutes worth of material, and does stand atop the "white people problems" mountain. The recurring theme of laziness surfaces aplenty, as he uses it as a lens to view things like bowling, camping, hammocks, and fast food. Gaffigan does take a stroll through religion, but avoids controversy by simply using using situations out of the bible as backdrops for his fairly sanitized observations. Interesting to note that he uses his "audience" voice sparingly in this, except during the religious material, where he uses it as a defuser. Amusing if not entirely engaging.

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