Jimmy Shubert thinks that sometimes we don’t appreciate how good we have it. “I was watching this show about conjoined twins,” he tells an audience. “I felt bad for them. You see that and it puts your bullshit in perspective.” He elaborates. “You take things for granted being one person. Can you imagine if someone was connected to you?... I love my brothers, but to have to share a kidney, a spleen, and a liver with one of them? Two Irish guys, one liver; that would never work out.” Shubert is a veteran comic, whose career goes back to the glory days of the Comedy Store in L.A. During his time there, he wrote jokes for comics such as Yakov Smirnoff, Jimmy Walker, and Louie Anderson, while also building his own act. Sam Kinison was so impressed with Shubert that he took him on the road as feature. Today, Shubert headlines clubs and theaters across the country. 16+.