The Jim Gaffigan Show
"I'm coming back!" she says.
"You are not broken. You did nothing wrong."
And yet, it was first passed over by the major networks, and then by the TV viewing masses at large. It was so good that
Some comics are preceded by a big introduction, naming their successes on different media, their drawing power in person or their well known work to excite the crowd. Jim Gaffigan walks to the microphone center stage after only "Ladies and Gentlemen, Jim Gaffigan."
“They are not this super holy, sanctimonious family,” Chitwood said. “They kind of hold their Catholicism lightly (in terms
Sometimes, the only way to understand religion is to laugh at it. Or so argues the first episode of stand-up comic Jim Gaffigan’s
"I've described it this way: they're two different things," he said. "Chicago deep-dish and New York pizza are very different