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?)
[This post contains spoilers for the August 12 episode of "True Blood."]
Eric joined the Sanguinistas on the latest episode of "True Blood," and Russell finally told them he thought they were a bunch of idiots.
He’s not wrong.
On Thursday night’s “Louie,” the title character reconnected with an old friend and with a bizarre former acquaintance.
When Dolores approached Louie outside their children’s school, a flashback reminded us of their sexual encounter last season. (Dolores begged to be spanked, then collapsed sobbing.)
On Sunday night’s “True Blood,” the Authority enacted Bill’s evil plan by bombing the world’s largest Tru Blood factory.
The only sane vampires left in the Authority, Eric and Molly, plotted their escape. Eric invited Bill, giving him one last chance to join the Mainstreamers.
Last night’s episode of “Louie” was the first of the season to include two separate short films and no stand-up.
In the first half, Louie attended a burial on a dreary day. He stood alone, until another man arrived - Robin Williams. (Wasn’t it wonderful to see him?)
[This post contains spoilers for the July 29 episode of HBO's "True Blood."]
On Sunday's “True Blood,” the Authority finally came up with a plan end mainstreaming in society – and the evil idea was Bill’s.
When Eric, Bill and the Authority members stumbled back into the headquarters, only Eric seemed lucid. (“We were in the presence of God,” Bill marveled. “We were high as f*****g kites,” Eric corrected.)
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