I love Louis C.K. so damn much, no matter what he does, and some of the most enjoyable stand-up routines I’ve ever seen were in of his past specials. I just watched this – it’s now available on Netflix – and was surprised that I felt a bit disappointed. Don’t get me wrong, I still laughed plenty, but a bunch of the routines fell flat for me, which doesn’t usually happen when I watch his stand-up. Oh well.
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Horace and Pete
I’ve only watched the first episode – the second episode just dropped – but I’m so far really enjoying this new series from Louis C.K. He was already getting more dramatic than comedic with Louie, and this is definitely more on the dramatic side as well, although taped as a multi-camera sitcom would – and it feels very theatre-like as well, you can imagine they didn’t do very many takes. Alan Alda absolutely stands out in this, stealing pretty much any scene he’s in. Definitely a worthy follow-up to Louie.
It sure is good to have Louie back. And that’s all I need to say, really.