Louis C.K. needs a break.
"Martin Short invites Louie to play tennis. Louie says no." We smell Emmy!
Another excuse to stay indoors.
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.