Louie Review: Never Say No One Loved You, Barney

Anyone looking for closure from last week’s episode with a Part 3 of "Daddy’s Girlfriend" didn’t find it here. The free-spirited and fleeting Liz came and went. But, seeing how this installment of Louie opened, one might jump to a catastrophic conclusion.

I could be wrong, but this is the first time we’ve had a totally different open. Instead of hearing the hook, we get something out of a foreign black and white film from the 50s. Louie makes his way through a cemetery alone – the wind howls and a flute (or clarinet?) plays a somber tune. It’s morose and downtrodden. Read More...



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