On the first of this week's two Louie episodes, Louie goes on an outing (he won't call it a date) with a wonderfully friendly waitress who, when he demurs after she calls herself fat, delivers a bracing monologue about women, men, and the burden of a non- more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "So Did the Fat Lady" and "Elevator Part 1," the May 12 episodes of FX's "Louie," in which a waitress pursues Louie, Jane has a bad dream, and Louie helps a neighbor. http://www.hitfix.com/whats-alan-watching/review-louie-s more
While Louie doesn’t conform to any consistent kind of structure, there are recurring patterns in episodes of its seasons. Sometimes, C.K. goes for an expansive joke. Many times, he offers thoughts specifically on fatherhood or death or something else th more
Over its first three seasons, Louis CK has created a darkly surreal existence in Louie that still manages to find a tinge of light. It’s one of the most unique series on television, defying genre descriptions. In some ways it feels familiar (there a more
The two things I love the most about Louis C.K. is that every woman I know wants to climb him like a tree; and the premiere was so good, it felt like it had been a decade since the last season ended.
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Only Louis C.K. can turn a story about punching a woman into a parable about class, and a parable about class into an allegory for violence against women, all while still being funny.
I like the way that Jerry Seinfeld invited Louie to open fo more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "Back" and "Model," the fourth season premiere of FX's "Louie," in which Louie suffers an injury, then spends a long, strange night on the Hamptons. Read More...
The long national nightmare for “Louie” fans comes to an end Monday night when the FX comedy makes its highly-anticipated return after a nearly two-year hiatus.
TheWrap spoke to “Louie” executive producer Blair Breard about how the 19-month time-out more