At this point, the best way for Louis C.K. to surprise us would be to write a happy ending. And that’s precisely ...
Full article at: popwatch
Jun 17 2014, 10:32am CDT
Again and again, he sets up a situation destined to outrage us -- then j ...
Full article at: Salon
Jun 17 2014, 7:58am CDT
Source: The A.V. Club
Pamela Adlon’s character occupies a unique position on Louie. She’s both antagonist and ally, love interest and romantic repellent. A recurring presence in the first two seasons of the show, she disappeared from Louie’s life with no advance warning—and this year returned just as abruptly. She’s as ineffable as any other aspect of this crazy show, but aside from the girls and the other comi ...
Full article at: The A.V. Club
Jun 16 2014, 10:07pm CDT
Source: McClatchy DC
Stephen Colbert mocked it. Comedian Louis C.K. called it a "massive stress ball that hangs over the whole school." And lawmakers in state capitols spent countless hours over the past…Click to Continue » ...
Full article at: McClatchy DC
Jun 16 2014, 3:00am CDT
Warning: Full spoilers for the episode follow...
Instead of spreading a story out over several weeks like with the Amia/Elevator saga, Louis C.K. aired all three parts of "In the Woods" back-to-back (to back), creating one giant 90-minute block of an extremely great, sad, real-feeling PSA about the dangers of repressed emotions. Sure, I could write "the dangers of marijuana," but that's no ...
Full article at: ign
Jun 9 2014, 10:48pm CDT