Louie

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Monday 10:30 PM on FX Premiered Jun 29, 2010 Between Seasons

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AIRED ON 6/16/2014

Season 4 : Episode 14

Show Summary

Louis C.K. stars in this brutally honest comedy about divorcee in his 40's trying to navigate through life. Louie returns for a fourth season in the summer of 2013.

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SUBMIT REVIEW
  • Hmmmm

    8.0
    2 ep (14) FX
  • louie fooey

    9.0
    For those who have sticked with the show since season 1 , it gets very dark and you really feel for the characters. Is the show getting Too autobiographical? The humor and jokes are sparse, middle age crisis, social critique and parenting angst dominate.

    This last season was very dramatic, the humor just a side dish.

    Even so, one of the best tv shows out there.
  • Just Keeps Getting Better and Better

    9.5
    Frequently funny, sometimes deep, always depressing, and yet intensely uplifting. It's impossible to do the show justice with words. Watch a full season and you'll understand. Come for the masturbation jokes, but stay for the poignant, powerful imagery and crisp, realistic dialog.
  • Clever, witty and overall a genuinely a fantastic show

    9.0
    Awkward comes to mind when talking about Louie, Louis . loosely basis this show around events in his life. A modern classic, definitely the best comedy on TV right now.
  • The funniest show in Television!!!

    10
    Louis . may be the funniest man alive right now!!! I have honestly never laughed so hard in my life watching this show!!! The guy is a genius!!
  • THE YEAR IN TV

    TV.com's Best of 2014: The Best Comedies

    Spoiler alert: Mulaney's not in here.

  • TROPHIES N' THINGS

    True Detective and Transparent Lead the Nominations for the Writers Guild Awards

    Both shows are up for Best New Series.

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    Comedy

    Themes

    social commentary, Family Comedies, Sitcoms, pop culture observations, observational humor