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Louis Ck Releases New $5 Special, Defends Msg Show Cancellation in Email to Fans

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Louis Ck Releases New $5 Special, Defends Msg Show Cancellation in Email to Fans
The comedian also urges readers to go see “Boyhood” and “Into the Woods”

Louis Ck dropped new $5 stand-up special “Live at the Comedy Store” — his sixth (video below) — on Tuesday, and celebrated with a very lengthy, occasionally rambling email blast to fans.

Plugging his independent project, the comedian’s note discussed his history with the industry, lamented having to cancel the last of four Madison Square Garden concerts for underwhelming Winter Storm Juno and even pushed his followers to see “Boyhood” and “Into the Woods.”

Ck’s personal rep told TheWrap that there are no plans to reschedule the Msg date at the moment.
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Sunday Shorts: ‘Ice Cream’, written and directed by Louis C.K.

Today’s film is the 1993 short Ice Cream. The film stars Laura Kightlinger and Craig Anton, and is written and directed by Louis C.K. While he is most prominently known as a standup comedian, Louis also has a long list of tv and movie work on his resume, including being a writer for Late Night With Conan O’Brien and Late Show with David Letterman, and writing and directing the film Pootie Tang and appearing in Parks and Recreation and Woody Allen’s Blue Jasmine. Louie, his newest show on which he writes, directs, and stars in, is nominated in six categories at the 65th annual Primetime Emmy Awards, which are to be given out tonight.


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Roger Sterling Was Schtupping A Former Disney Star

Roger Sterling Was Schtupping A Former Disney Star
Former Disney Channel fans may have recognized a familiar face on "Mad Men" last night: Danielle Panabaker.

Note: Do not read on if you have not yet seen Season 6, Episode 6 of AMC's "Mad Men," titled "For Immediate Release."

In the most recent "Mad Men" episode, Panabaker played Daisy McCluskey, a flight attendant that was sleeping with Roger Sterling (John Slattery) and ended up proving helpful when it came to Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce (and Cutler Gleason & Chaough) nabbing the Chevy account.

The now 25-year-old Panabaker got her start doing Disney Channel Original movies like 2004's "Stuck in the Suburbs" (with current "Saturday Night Live" cast member Taran Killam) and "Read It and Weep," a 2006 Disney movie she did with her younger sister and fellow actress Kay Panabaker.

Watch her in the former below:

Panabaker went on to appear in some horror flicks like "Friday the 13th," "The Crazies" and "Piranha 3Dd
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'Mad Men' Season 6 episode 6 recap 'For Immediate Release': Ranking Don, Pete, Joan and more on the happiness index

After last week's "Mad Men" stumbled a bit by grappling with a major historical event, "For Immediate Release" rebounded in high style to deliver the season's most thrilling, entertaining and finest hour yet.

Opening with the possibility of Scdp going public and ending with a merger between Scdp and Ted Chaough's Cgc -- yes, folks, Peggy and Don are co-workers again -- this was a hour packed with bombshells (Pete catches his stepfather at a whorehouse!), explosions (Joan's fury over Don dumping the Jaguar account) and killer one-liners (did we mention Julia Ormond's return as Megan's mother?).

There was so much hot-blooded ad agency action, Don didn't even have time to reflect on how miserable he is ... on the inside.

[Note: In the spirit of showrunner Matthew Weiner declaring that this season is about Dr. Arnold Rosen telling Don, "People will do anything to alleviate their anxiety," we're tracking the happiness of key characters week by week.]

The "Mad Men" happiness index, week five:

1) Don (last week, #8): From the very start, "Mad Men" has been a show driven by Don Draper's unhappiness, but if there's
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