For Louie's birthday, his grandma gives Louie a sweater which she made for him. While trying to write the thank you letter, Louie decides to instead play with his friends. When he finally writes the ...
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The cartoon became a massive cult favorite in Poland, Hungary, and other Eastern European countries, due to its repeated showings during the 2000s, and good quality dubbing work. Many consider it a cherished childhood favorite, it ranks among the most beloved animated series ever for people who grew up during that time, and several of its jokes are quoted to this day. In comparison, it was mostly forgotten in America. See more »
[Andy is selling the Rambler]
Hey, Anderson, you selling that junk heap for parts?
Hold me back, Louie! We're going back to Normandy!
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Life with Louie was a cartoon worth getting up on Saturday mornings for. You never knew what was going to happen. Louie's family had everything from the pesky little brother to the loving mother. Even the other children Louie knew made it interesting, especially the bully who would never call him by his real name. But the episodes were written well and were always funny. You could always identify with the characters. One of the best cartoons of the 90's!
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