Death, daughters, and China in the season finale.
Louie as a late-night host. It's not as bad an idea as you may think.
We had a UCLA-affiliated psychiatrist diagnose, and prescribe treatments for, TV’s most compellingly mental characters.
"I have worked for 30 years and won an Academy Award. I have never had a response like that to anything."
2011 was the season of TV on the couch.
The first entry of a three-part arc begins with something we usually see in other, more predictable shows: the setup episode.
It's not necessarily the content that amazes, but rather the form, which is revolutionary.
Dude jumped into a speedboat! Last night's episode was gloriously ludicrous.
Louie has settled into its third season comfortably enough to lob us a double feature of short-form silliness.
Is also close to a deal to bring back Wilfred.
Parker Posey's two episodes are among the most revelatory we've seen this year.
Louie can often feel like a whole film in the span of 22 minutes. Last night's episode was one of those instances.
"He was like, 'I really want you to come on my show and play my therapist.'"
From a checkout lady to a male sheriff, three seasons of "romantic" moments from Louie C.K.'s show, ranked on the shame meter.