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A Quick Tip by RabidChihuahua

  • Oct 1, 2011
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For a comedian that doesn't use intense profanity, I think he's very funny. He makes some humerously realistic points about life, and I love his bits about food, especially from "Beyond the Pale" where he talks about how Hot Pockets are nothing but garbage. Though I have to say, his bit about Cinnabon was beaten out by Louis CK in his special "Chewed Up."
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Jim Gaffigan has proven himself a major talent beloved to a wide range of audiences after achieving milestones in stand-up, acting and writing.  As approachable as he is edgy, Jim is responsible for some of the funniest and most memorable moments in recent television (primetime, cable and the late-night circuit) and film.

As a stand-up comedian, Gaffigan's clever, quiet style has earned him an unprecedented number of appearances on both CBS' LATE SHOW WITH DAVID LETTERMAN and NBC's LATE NIGHT WITH CONAN O'BRIEN.  His recent one hour Comedy Central Special, CD and DVD, all entitled "Beyond the Pale" have catapulted Gaffigan to one of the most popular touring and recorded comedians in the country today.  The DVD for "Beyond the Pale" went Gold within the first six months.

After Gaffigan's first appearance on DAVID LETTERMAN, the host personally chose him to develop a sitcom for World Wide Pants.  Eighteen months later, WELCOME TO NEW YORK debuted on CBS to critical acclaim.  He then co-starred with Ellen DeGeneres on her CBS sitcom THE ELLEN SHOW.  For two years he had recurring roles both on FOX's THAT 70'S SHOW and NBC's ED.  Jim has also had roles on SEX AND THE CITY, THIRD WATCH and each of the LAW & ORDER shows, among others. Jim can be seen this November in MY BOYS, TBS' first original scripted comedy series.

On film, Jim has endeared himself to audiences by ...
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