|Corman's Inferno - 2010-10-21 |
Multipart submission was being an ass, but you can find all the other parts on the uploader's YT channel.
|Old_Zircon - 2010-10-21 |
So this is hitting pretty close to home so far. 5 stars.
The parenting stuff in part 6 is also just absolutely right. I should thank my parents for not getting a TV until I was 7 or so.
|balistic - 2010-10-21 |
Funniest man alive.
|Robin Kestrel - 2010-10-21 |
The title music sounds exactly like a long intro to "No Quarter".
|joelkazoo - 2010-10-21 |
Five and faved sight unseen. louis c.k. is always brilliant.
|Tuan Jim - 2010-10-21 |
I watched this whole shit.
|IrishWhiskey - 2010-10-22 |
This is an age old complaint: If you are an established comic, don't end on the joke that gets the most applause, end on the joke where you were done with your point. Louis clearly ends when the audience reacts to a joke, not when the story ends, or when they get the message of his shpiel.
My favorite comedians have all done this because ending when the audience demands is good for your career, it's just bad for a story.
Nah...a good comedian reads the crowd and won't belabor a joke. That's just showmanship. A good band is going to end their set on whatever song is going to make the crowd go wild.
SNL keeps the joke going long after it should have ended because there are still words in the script. Do you want Louis CK or SNL?
Besides, Louis CK has built up entirely fresh sets every year for these specials. These aren't old jokes that have been finessed into perfect narrative pills over his career. He's pretty fucking good at what he does, and it works because he knows the crowd.
|Modern Angel - 2010-10-22 |
Part 8. Part 8. I honest to god, not kidding here, threw up a little I was laughing so hard.
|Syd Midnight - 2010-10-22 |
|RomancingTrain - 2010-10-24 |
|Lies, lies, LIES! - 2010-10-27 |
"Shoving it into one person every three months until one of us died."
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