"Everyone in this part of Brooklyn is already dead."
And so ends Louie's Elevator miniseries (of sorts). With an affectionate moment between Louie and Amia - and a Hungarian waiter asked to sit and read Amia's touching farewell letter to Louie at a p more
Man, if Hurricane Jasmine Forsythe killing LeBron James, the rest of the Miami Heat, and 12 million more folks in Florida wasn't sad enough, get a load of the ending for "Elevator Part 5" - where Louie seemingly ruined the fine time he was having with Ami more
The ongoing sweet-yet-angsty Elevator saga continued this week as "Elevator Part 4" re-focused the story on Jane's current emotional dilemma and gave us some amazing scenes between Louie and Janet - including a third act that was all an incredible flashba more
Zach Dionne called it Louis C.K. seems to be giving us a movie. These Elevator episodes are a well-crafted way to float in and out of Louies world with some depth while still sort of keeping us at arms length; it all feels a little fantastic, but i more
There are so many chicken jokes this season.
After Amia goes to see Louie perform at the Cellar and deflects some leering, perverted comments from Jim Norton, she crowds around the table with Louie, Nick DiPaolo, Greg Fitzsimmons, and T more
The further we get into this season of Louie , the stronger the magic realism of the series becomes. “Elevator” has dealt with its fair share of surreal situations, but none are so blatant and challenging than scenes such as the fake news reports we get more
A big reason why the first three seasons of Louie were so successful had to do with the format of the series, which allowed episodes to function as vignettes. Consistency and constancy were never necessities. Maybe Louie had a brother in one season, and more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews the May 26 episodes of FX's "Louie," in which Louie and Janet seek professional help, while Louie tries to advance things with Amia. Read More...