Louie

Series

Louie

Comedian Louis C.K. plays himself, sort of, in a sitcom about a newly single stand-up comic raising his two daughters in New York City.

Genres

Comedy, sitcom

Cast

Joan Rivers, Dane Cook, Ricky Gervais, David Patrick Kelly, Ursula Parker, Lisa Emery, Hadley Delany, Todd Barry

Rating

Rating not available

Year

2010

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Season 2 opener: Louie's sister (Rusty Schwimmer) shows up unexpectedly, and with unexpected news. In stand-up segments, Louie muses on divorce and his daughters' abilities (and lack thereof).
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Louie has an unsettling encounter on his way to a first "non-date," prompting some sparkling conversation. ("We're constantly on the edge of existence and nothing.") He also receives an intriguing proposition while dropping off Jane at school. Stand-up topics include the New York subways and negative body image (his own).
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Louie looks for a new home. Suffice to say, it's a quixotic search. Louie's stand-up topics include the British royal family's ethnicity and his own financial inadequacies. Donna Hanover plays a real-estate agent.
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Louie has a rough show in Atlantic City, but he does get some career advice from Joan Rivers (playing herself), who's appearing at the same casino. "What we do is a calling," she tells him. "We make people happy." Louie's stand-up topics include intestinal distress and casino gambling's downsides.
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Louie takes his daughters on a road trip to visit his elderly aunt in Pennsylvania, where the girls experience culture shock. In his stand-up segment, Louie explains why he prefers Tom Sawyer to Huckleberry Finn.
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Louie rides in the subway and hangs out with his friend Pamela (Pamela Adlon).
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Louie reflects on his career failures and tries to score concert tickets for his daughter. Dane Cook and Bob Saget play themselves.
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Louie explores a longtime habit after appearing with an attractive young conservative-Christian woman (Liz Holtan) on a talk show hosted by Fox News' Greg Gutfeld.
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Louie reunites with an old friend (Doug Stanhope), a combative fellow stand-up who's down on his luck. Comic Gregg Rogell has a cameo.
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Louie takes his daughters trick-or-treating. Later, at a story conference, he impresses the director (Grant Shaud) and the very demanding producer (Veanne Cox) at a story conference.
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Part 1 of 2: Louie performs for troops in Afghanistan, along with a country singer and cheerleaders. Meanwhile, his daughters are scheduled to have their class ducklings overnight while he is away.
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Conclusion: Louie's in Afghanistan performing for troops on a bill that also features a country singer (Keni Thomas) and two blonde cheerleaders from Texas.
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Louie's distraught sister drops off her daughter (Gideon Adlon) at Grand Central Station and gets back on the train that brought them to New York. Comedians Godfrey, Todd Barry and Nick DiPaolo appear as themselves.