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Louie Review: What Lies Beneath

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 objectification they suffer at the looks and thoughts of “massive men." To him, free drinks can’t compensate for the knowledge that they are “someone else’s cum fantasy." That prejudice introduces us to this week’s themes; honesty and deception. Read More...


| Aug 2, 2012 1:01AM EDT
I was catching a lot different shows on my Dish Remote Access app, but ever since the first episode of Louie played on my phone’s screen it’s all I can watch and this episode has been this season’s apex. Louie’s prejudice towards pretty women clearly shows although I would call it less than romantic. I was talking a few coworkers at Dish about it they said this episode is better if you watch part one right before you watch part two. I think they compliment each other well but this episode can stand alone just fine.

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