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The cartoon became a massive cult favorite in Eastern Europe and Russia, due to its repeated showings during the 2000s and good quality dubbing work, and also thanks to the wide availability of the children's channel Fox Kids, which ran the series. Many were attracted to the grounded humor and characters too, which stood out among the more outlandish animated comedies. People from those countries who grew up around that time consider the show one of the most cherished animated series ever, and several of its jokes are quoted to this day. In a 2016 interview, Life with Louie (1995) claimed he had 300 000 Twitter followers from those regions alone. In comparison, the show was mostly forgotten in America. See more »
Let's watch TV.
No TV at dinner time!
But we always watch TV at dinner.
It's a waste of electricity. Besides it's summer, you know they'll just show the reruns. You wanna watch TV, sit back and remember the show from the first time you saw it. Just watch me, I'll show you. Ah ha ha ha ha!
What's so funny?
I'm remembering an F-Troop from October. That was a good one! Ah ha ha ha ha ha!
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This television show created and voiced by Louie Anderson (ex-host of "Family Fortune") is actually quite funny. The animation isn't the best but it is entertaining and has a good number of jokes that are equally funny for adults; like "The Simpsons," you'll find yourself laughing at the jokes no one else in the room is.
This is autobiographical to some degree; it is actually about Louie as a young child only it seems to be set in the '90s instead of earlier. Louie's father is the best character and always has the best lines and most embarrassing situations befall him.
Overall this isn't a great animated show but for being a FOX kids program, you could do a lot, lot worse.
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