September 28th, 2012
12:55 PM ET
On the heels of Louis C.K.’s Emmy wins, “Louie’s” third season came to an end last night with the funniest, saddest, most puzzling, yet, heartwarming moments of the season.
Louie looked lonely sitting on his couch, but he wasn’t alone. Lilly and Jane were there tearing open Christmas presents.
September 21st, 2012
12:08 PM ET
[This post contains spoilers for the September 20 episode of FX's "Louie."]
Thursday night’s “Louie” concluded the three-part “Late Show” arc, and like all great comedians, Louis C.K. has expert timing.
So it came as no surprise that his deliberate pacing over the past two episodes built to a payoff that was as inspiring as it was tragic.
At the episode’s start, Louie seemed fully dedicated to replacing David Letterman. He continued his determined quest to lose weight, and resumed his training with Jack Dall. He explained he wasn’t a "3, 2, 1, funny" kind of comedian.
September 14th, 2012
12:00 PM ET
Thursday's “Louie” continued the storyline that began in the last episode, when Louie found out he was on the short list to replace David Letterman as host of the “Late Show.”
With the opportunity all comedians dream of dangling in front of him, Louie realized he’d have to work to get the job.
But first, he tried to bail. He lamented to his ex-wife Janet that the job would take too much time away from their daughters. She agreed, “Yes, you’ll see them a lot less. But that’s because you’ll have. A job.”
August 31st, 2012
12:34 PM ET
[This post contains spoilers for the August 30 episode of FX's "Louie."]
On the latest episode of “Louie,” the beleaguered comedian headed to Los Angeles. And as with so many saucer-eyed starlets before him, opportunity came knocking.
This episode defied Louie’s expectations as well as ours, replacing the usual intro with an acoustic ditty playing over a static shot of Hollywood’s famed Improv theater.
August 17th, 2012
12:41 PM ET
On last night’s episode, Louie finally confronted his father. Or rather, his daddy issues.
Father is the one role Louie always seems comfortable in: He doesn’t hesitate to tell Jane to stop playing the violin and start her homework. Even when she protests, “But it’s beautiful.” (Is there anything Ursula Parker can’t do?)
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