Louis C.K. needs a break.
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It's not necessarily the content that amazes, but rather the form, which is revolutionary.
Parker Posey's two episodes are among the most revelatory we've seen this year.
"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.
Sorry, but this doesn't really do much for us.
Of course it did.
Just hand it to depressed friends and have them point to what Louie-level of discomfort they're feeling!
Everyone loves Louie. What about Louis CK's other show?
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Six months after self-distributing a new stand-up special, he's found a way to handle his live dates in-house.
Wait, Louie's not a household name and is also "inappropriate"? Says who, lady?
Kids these days!
Simple and black and white, just like Louie. Except black. And simple.