I love that Louie can do episodes like this. In the early days of this series, an episode like “Daddy’s Girlfriend Part 2” may have felt out of place, but now Louie has established there is no “out of place.” There are just the fascinating stories Louis C more
I love Louis C.K. Only he could use the sentence, “I wanna f**k Scarlett Johansson“ as an example of times he’s been prejudiced. After all, he’s pre-judging her! Per usual, I’m a sucker when it comes to scenes between Louie and his daughters. Jane’s oh-so more
Putting Louie in Miami was an instantly gratifying fish out of water story. The gorgeous people surrounding him everywhere he went was very funny – underlined by having a random, buff, shirtless dude in his hotel lobby. Louie retreating from t more
The continuation of Louie’s highly romanticized courting of the bookstore clerk picked up on " Daddy's Girflriend (Part 2) " with more of Louie’s prejudices.
This time he sympathizes with really cute young girls because of the constant sexual objectifi more
When Louie fans and fence-sitters alike were reeling from the show's first season, collectively wondering what the hell we'd all just seen, someone suggested that if the best scenes of those thirteen episodes were assembled into a feature-length cut, it'd more
Louie has found a theme. While we'll never know exactly how exaggerated Louis C.K.'s onscreen alter ego's suffering is, it's clear Louie-the-character can't accept his fate as a single dad. He'll feign indifference in his stand-up, but this season's overa more
Throughout this season of Louie , we’ve seen how prejudice can serve as a comedic tool.
In the opener , it was Louie playing the part of the stereotypical ‘girlfriend’ who’s insecure and can’t bring herself to break up with her counterpart. Then in the more
Here are some things Louie and his new amigo Ramon do in Miami: Lie on the sand after Louie's non-drowning incident; share a drink and some smiles at the hotel bar; relate their stories of immigration; share a bicycle; sip beverages from green coconuts; l more