In his special “Quality Time,” the comedian extended his thoughts on big families to include his in-laws. "My only issue with my in-laws is there's too many of them. My wife is one of nine children, so every holiday all nine of the siblings and their individual families all get together and spend every moment together," Gaffigan told the crowd.
"Over Christmas, I went to a movie with 30 people. I didn't even know that was legal. We were walking around; people thought we were from a church. To put it in perspective, Jesus only walked around with 12. I learned very quickly I don't wanna do anything with 30 people. If I was on the Titanic and the last rescue boat was filled with 30 people, I'd be like, 'You guys go ahead. I don't want to be there when you try and decide where to eat lunch.'
"Oh, but it was more than 30 people because sometimes those 30 people will invite other people. So, you'll have conversations, and someone will be like, 'I'm your wife's uncle's best friend.' Oh, there's a term for that. Stranger. You're a total stranger," he shared with the cackling crowd.