The Jim Gaffigan Show (2015–2016)
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Jim tries to stop eating junk food and is then faced with his greatest challenge: a child's birthday cake. A hungover Dave goes with Jim to a kid's birthday party where unbeknownst to him, he is mistaken as a homeless man.

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Steven K. Tsuchida (as Steven Tsuchida)

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Peter Tolan (created by), Jim Gaffigan (created by) | 2 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jim Gaffigan ... Jim Gaffigan
Ashley Williams ... Jeannie Gaffigan
Michael Ian Black ... Daniel
Caitlin Moeller ... Elizabeth Gaffigan
Adam Goldberg ... Dave
Tongayi Chirisa ... Father Nicholas
Vanessa Aspillaga ... Blanca
Robert Smigel ... Cory
Abigail Hawk ... Chloe
Jade Catta-Preta ... Susie
Cameron Seely ... Mary
Wolfgang Jackson Lacz ... James
Lucian Middleton ... James
Emilea Wilson ... Brooke
Korrine Tetlow Korrine Tetlow ... Zoe
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Jim tries to stop eating junk food and is then faced with his greatest challenge: a child's birthday cake. A hungover Dave goes with Jim to a kid's birthday party where unbeknownst to him, he is mistaken as a homeless man.

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Comedy

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TV-PG
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22 July 2015 (USA) See more »

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Jeannie Gaffigan: Oh, that reminds me: one of us has to bring Elizabeth to a birthday party.
Jim Gaffigan: Oh, cool, when are you going?
Jeannie Gaffigan: It's tomorrow morning in Central Park at eight a.m.
Jim Gaffigan: A Saturday morning birthday part at eight a.m.? Who's throwing it, Al Queda?
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Still enjoyable......so far.
23 July 2015 | by MartinHaferSee all my reviews

"The Jim Gaffigan Show" is a new cable sit-com starring Jim Gaffigan, of course. This particular episode is not surprising in light of how much of the guy's stand-up routine is about his over-eating.

The show begins with Jim returning home from one of his stand-up engagements. He sheepishly admits to his wife that he has an eating problem, as he ate an entire cake while in Vegas. He makes a lot of excuses but after a fiasco at a birthday party, there's no denying he has food issues.

This is a funny episode but, oddly, it has no resolution--which is what you would expect. This isn't necessarily a terrible thing and the show kept my interest. How the program continues to hold up is unknown, as this is only the second episode.


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