I really don't care for Brian Regan. Unless he's developed better
punchlines than making absurd noises into the mic, I don't understand the
praise. Clean may be easier on the conscience, but sometimes it is simply not
humorous.Jim Gaffigan, on the other hand, has some great bits and
delivers them in a less in-your-face-tell-me-I'm-funny type way. I really
think it's the delivery of comedy that does it for me.
Its nice to be able to go see a comedian with my teen and not feel uncomfortable
with a bunch of swearing. Yeah I know it goes on but ... We went to see a
movie the other night and it seemed like they added swearing just for the sake
of saying it ... would have been much better without it. I love Jim Gaffigan!
Interesting that I've heard comedic bits from all mentioned in the article
in which they've cussed. Calling them profanity free or clean is not
accurate and merely a sad commentary on the state of things today. That society
would overlook minor offenses and proclaim them as profanity free shows just how
low society is dipping.
A truly funny comedian left out of this discussion is Fred Klett. Clean and
family friendly with a great stage presence. Look him up on You tube and have a
good laugh cleanly!
The yellow one is the sun! Nuff said.Brian Regan is hilarious.
Jim gaffigan is my favorite. He does do some religiously insensitive material,
but its way funny.
Take Luck and go see Brian Regan. Your tummy will hurt by the end of the show.