So I just heard that HBO cancelled "Lucky Louie." I guess it's commonplace for society to pan inovative ideas. "Lucky Louie" was the first ever multi-camera, uncensored sitcom that was filmed in front of a live audience. For years I've always believed that this idea was an untapped resource. Why not have an uncensored sitcom on a pay channel? "Lucky Louie" was a very funny show that I thought should have been around for years ago. And when someone FINALLY realizes that that is something that is not on TV, it was spit on. Anyway, there isn't much to say about this short lived sitcom. It wasn't given a chance to succeed, and I hope HBO comes to their senses and puts it back on the air.
Louie: "Why are you acting this way?"
Kim: "How am I acting?"
Louie: "You're acting like a f*cking c*nt!"