Tina's rebellious daughter Shannon walks out of her mother's life--and into Louie and Kim's.

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Kim
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Tina
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Rich
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Jerry
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Ellen (credit only)
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Walter (credit only)
Kelly Gould ...
Lucy
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Shannon
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Professor Bill (as Dave 'Gruber' Allen)
Robert Eaton ...
Carl (as Robert Vernon Eaton)
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Clerk (as Robert Brewer)
Amanda Ravitch ...
Girl
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Guy
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Tina's rebellious daughter Shannon walks out of her mother's life--and into Louie and Kim's.

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30 July 2006 (USA)  »

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Shannon: This is my professor, Bill. He's been all over the world... he just got back from Toronto!
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Lucky Louie Theme
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Watch a "pre-fame" Emma Stone trash her future All-American image in 24 minutes
6 March 2017 | by (Lindenhurst, IL) – See all my reviews

I recently read a Rolling Stone profile on Ms. Stone, and it mentioned that she was on this show eleven years ago, appearing shortly after she first arrived in L.A. to make it as an actor. So I thought I'd check it out, as I'd never seen her Pre-"Superbad", and hadn't seen this early Louis C.K. series either.

The overall show is supposed to be a throwback to the sitcoms of yesteryear (think All in the Family and/or The Honeymooners), with sparse sets, confrontational comedy and a live audience. While it certainly was watchable, and E.S. did a nice job as a brash teen, it just didn't seem to be totally working on any level, and I can certainly see why HBO axed this thing after one season. Ultimately, I'm sure Pam Adlon was happy it got whacked, as she jumped right into a long run on Californication, which no matter how much it got bashed at the end, was a better show than this one.


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