29 June 2012 7:38 PM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

Louie is a rare breed of television. Never before, at least to my knowledge, has a comedy series so successfully remained consistent in its style and humor while still achieving not just moments of genuine emotional resonance, but entire episodes worth throughout. One of the many reasons the series is so successful and unique is because of its active recognition that comedy and tragedy are just two sides of the same coin which are not necessarily mutually exclusive. Its subtly and seamlessly blended concoction of absurdity combined with my immense anticipation for the premiere may have contributed to my feeling that despite being an excellent episode of Louie, which included the demolition of a car and a motorcycle accident, “Something Is Wrong” nevertheless felt slightly underwhelming.

For two seasons the show has worked to establish its world in which the slightly fictionalized depiction of the titular »

- Joseph Kratzer

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