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Louie (2010)

Rayting:   8.5/10 76K votes
Country: USA
Language: English

The life of Louie C.K., a divorced comedian living in New York with two kids.

Episode Guide

Season 5

May 14, 2015Episode 6 Sleepover
May 7, 2015Episode 5 Untitled
April 30, 2015Episode 4 Bobby's House
April 23, 2015Episode 3 Cop Story
April 16, 2015Episode 2 A La Carte
April 9, 2015Episode 1 Pot Luck

Season 4

Season 3

Season 2

Season 1

Best Louie Episodes

Top 20 (Ranked)

June 9, 2014star9.5 1219 votesS4E12 In the Woods: Part 2
September 20, 2012star9.3 1031 votesS3E12 Late Show: Part 3
May 12, 2014star9.2 1181 votesS4E3 So Did the Fat Lady
June 9, 2014star9.2 1061 votesS4E11 In the Woods: Part 1
August 25, 2011star9.1 1274 votesS2E11 Duckling
September 27, 2012star9.0 920 votesS3E13 New Year's Eve
August 17, 2010star8.8 953 votesS1E9 Bully
August 11, 2011star8.8 876 votesS2E8 Come On, God
May 7, 2015star8.8 720 votesS5E5 Untitled
August 11, 2011star8.7 872 votesS2E9 Eddie
May 5, 2014star8.7 869 votesS4E2 Model
September 13, 2012star8.7 742 votesS3E11 Late Show: Part 2
July 26, 2012star8.6 830 votesS3E5 Daddy's Girlfriend: Part 2
July 28, 2011star8.6 787 votesS2E6 Subway / Pamela
August 2, 2012star8.5 819 votesS3E6 Barney / Never
July 19, 2012star8.5 742 votesS3E4 Daddy's Girlfriend: Part 1
April 9, 2015star8.5 685 votesS5E1 Pot Luck
April 23, 2015star8.5 621 votesS5E3 Cop Story
May 14, 2015star8.5 505 votesS5E6 Sleepover
June 30, 2011star8.4 767 votesS2E2 Bummer / Blueberries

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User Reviews

swiss-the-engine 31 May 2019

Watchseries; As far as dark life comedy goes I think Louie has a high degree of perfection.

swiss-the-engine 31 May 2019

As far as dark life comedy goes I think Louie has a high degree of perfection.

OleBlackDog 9 September 2011

Louie watchseries. Is truth, I would not call this a sitcom. It is not sketch comedy either, so...what is this? I can not call it anything but genius. Brilliant comedy, in a creative format. I love this. SNV has said he is a great fan of Louis for make me watch him. I also not like to rate a ten, as like previous reviewer say. But I am forced to maintain an integrity? Yes! And, so, I must give highest of rating for this because I feel it is deserving. You will not know what to expect or how to expect it to be delivered on any given episode. Everything comes anew and is very refreshing. It is not stuck in format like most sitcoms and sketch comedies you find. I find those often bore. This, I am no bore, you see? I plan to watch until they cancel! They always cancel the 10/10 ones!

Kyle_Fitta 30 June 2010

I was watching Rescue Me tonight, and I saw the previews of this show. I didn't know if it was old or new. I later checked on the cable box and saw it was new. I gave it a shot, and I was a bit surprised that there might be another great show on TV.

While I am not going to sit here and say this is the next Seinfeld, it had certain feelings to it, like the stand up comedy part in the start and the end. But "Louie" seems more edgier and more explicit than Seinfeld's method of 'beating around the bush' of what they want to say due to restrictions. The jokes I would say are more like Curb Your Enthusiasm.

I will not try to spoil much for those who haven't seen it, but the show is basically about a middle-aged man who has two children, both girls, and recently split up with his wife. He is a stand up comedian for a living, and while off the job -- he is looking for a rebound for his break up with his wife. His character symbolizes Larry David's to a degree, although I don't see his good will like Larry shows time to time, yet he's still a very sympathetic character and one who is easy to get behind.

I love the comparisons to Seinfeld and CYE, because I think they are both excellent shows, thus I hope this show can use that type of formula but also be able to come up with some innovative and compelling ideas on its own. It's already did its main job with me: making me want to see it again. I am looking forward to see if this show becomes something epic or something that epic fails.

Worth checking out, especially if you're a Seinfeld and/or CYE fan.

hiphoptourist 2 July 2011

I watched this show for the first time last week after Wilfred (another great new show), and I must say - Louie is wondrously on a WHOLE new level. Where have I been?! Yes, the show is quite explicit, vulgar, and just plain dirty - all of which I'm not a huge fan, but the writing/dialogue depicts the everyday thoughts and issues that are really running in the minds of the rest of us, but we're just too afraid to speak our minds. That's what really amazes/captures me about this show. It is rough around the edges submerged with complex, bizarre, vulgar situations, yet the overall tone of the show is so...simple, mundane. This very stark contrast is not only captivating and mind-blowing, it is very intense and disturbing to the human psyche. It is just a whole new level of comedy. I am thoroughly and mindbogglingly wow-ed.

GeorgeB-11 1 July 2011

Louis CK began his career as a writer for various show's like the Ben Stiller Show and Late Night with Conan O'Brien. He also made several surrealist style short films which I highly recommend you look up on YouTube. With "Louie", CK has essentially perfected what he's been working at for over twenty years: short films/comedy sketches.

While the show retains an overarching structure revolving around Louis' daughters and his stand up comedy, the actual content of the episodes can cover virtually anything CK chooses, a sense of freedom he clearly loves. In fact, in a recent interview with Jimmy Kimmel, CK talked about the inconsistencies on his show: how characters appear out of nowhere and then disappear, never to be seen or spoken of ever again. Why? CK lost interest or couldn't think of anything funny to do with them. Other shows require their less interesting characters to have scenes in each episode, forcing the writing staff to jimmy them into the plot just so the actor can have a line of dialogue. CK views this as an unnecessary formality that it's about time television moves on from. I heartily agree.

If you enjoy laughter, watch Louie. If you hate boring, dull characters, watch Louie. If you're fed up with every character speaking like a comedy writer and having their conversations broken up by the requirement of canned laughs so that you, the stupid viewer, will know when to laugh, then watch Louie. Finally, if you like to ruminate on topics like inevitable death, the tragedy of aging, the annoying yet fulfilling requirements of parenthood, and then after much brooding, find yourself laughing at the absurdity of it all, then watch Louie. Because that's the show.

Muia17-1 14 September 2010

This show as everything else can be compared to other shows but it is its own in many ways. First of which can be said is kudos to Louis C.K. is he greatly underrated and should be a much more respected star. His comedy is genuine and honest and i know it sounds corny but his show feels very real the dialogue and the situations are how real life i think would be. I've heard it be compared to seinfeld but the only comparison is that there are clips of louie doing stand up, the actual show is nothing like it. Also id like to commend FX on giving it time to grow, they are a very good network for that, same with SUNNY IN PHILLY, that show grew into an excellent show. Shows get canceled to quickly. Anyways to sum up. Louie gets a 10/10, its just my opinion.

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