21 Songs, 55 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

On Beyond the Pale, Jim Gaffigan might say that he loves food, but he proves his point by riffing for almost an hour on culinary delights like Cinnabon and Hot Pockets. Eventually, Gaffigan himself becomes the joke; the comedian mocks his own habits by doing the voices of a fake pair of prudes criticizing him from the front row. This album could have been nominated for either a GRAMMY® or a James Beard Award.

EDITORS’ NOTES

On Beyond the Pale, Jim Gaffigan might say that he loves food, but he proves his point by riffing for almost an hour on culinary delights like Cinnabon and Hot Pockets. Eventually, Gaffigan himself becomes the joke; the comedian mocks his own habits by doing the voices of a fake pair of prudes criticizing him from the front row. This album could have been nominated for either a GRAMMY® or a James Beard Award.

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