Louie Review: Love Songs are Prejudice

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 second episode we saw traditional gender role reversal with the strong Laurie opposing weak Louie.

And, finally, in last week’s show, we got to witness how Louie was prejudice against the city of Miami and how the lifeguard he befriended thought Louie was gay for wanting to hang out with him so much. Read More...


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