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October 2008 (USA) See more »
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Louis C.K.'s second one-hour special filmed at the Berklee Performance Center in Boston, MA. | Add synopsis »
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Nominated for Primetime Emmy. See more »
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Further proof Louis C.K. is the best comedian working today! See more (8 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Louis C.K. ... Himself

Directed by
Louis C.K. 
Shannon Hartman 
 
Writing credits
Louis C.K. 

Produced by
Dave Becky .... executive producer
Louis C.K. .... executive producer
Michelle Caputo .... producer
 
Cinematography by
Rick Siegel (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Louis C.K. 
 
Production Management
Keisha Wooten .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Kathy Aicher .... assistant director
 
Art Department
Scott Kawczynski .... graphics (as Scotty Kawczynski)
 
Sound Department
Jon D'Uva .... sound re-recording mixer
Jon D'Uva .... sound recordist
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Brian Allison .... spot operator
Steve Carter .... tape operator
Ted Desmarais .... gaffer
Chris Fadale .... camera operator
Charlie Huntley .... camera operator
Dan Lang .... camera operator
Paul Lyden .... still photographer
Eric Marchwinski .... gaffer
Eric Marchwinski .... spot operator
David Margolis .... gaffer (as Dave Margolis)
Ethan Mills .... camera operator
Michael Mulvey .... camera operator (as Mike Mulvey)
David Smith .... camera operator
Chris Velona .... camera operator
 
Other crew
Jim Bagley .... utilities
Dana Beaudin .... production assistant
Dan Bonardi .... production assistant
Eric Carleton .... production assistant
Jason Levin .... utilities
Joe Medeiros .... production assistant (as Joe Mederos)
James Monroe .... production assistant
Dhar Motierman .... technical engineer
Tom Purcell .... key production assistant
Freddie Reynoso .... production assistant
Steve Robinson .... technical engineer
Ross Sloan .... runner
 
Thanks
Pamela Adlon .... thanks
Muhammad Ali .... thanks
Todd Barry .... thanks
George Carlin .... dedicatee
George Carlin .... thanks
Vernon Chatman .... thanks
Bill Cosby .... thanks
Anthony Cumia .... thanks (as Anthony)
Howard Grant .... thanks
Bruce Hills .... thanks
Gregg Hughes .... thanks (as Opie)
Josh Lieberman .... thanks
Richard Pryor .... thanks
Chris Rock .... thanks
Geof Wills .... thanks
 

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61 min
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Louis C.K.:And then he just dragged his stupid deer head into the woods and he died. And I'm glad he's dead. I was glad right away.See more »

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25 out of 30 people found the following review useful.
Further proof Louis C.K. is the best comedian working today!, 28 January 2009

The death of George Carlin has left a huge hole in the world of stand-up comedy. Carlin was one of the only comedians left who would talk about absolutely anything, give his honest opinions, and make the jokes he wanted to make without caring for a second what anyone else thought. He was completely fearless and never once considered political correctness. Louis C.K. takes the same approach as Carlin did, but adds his own spin on it. He may not be quite in the same league as Carlin yet, though after sitting through 'Chewed Up' tonight for the third time, I have a feeling he may someday get there. Topics included in this special include being fat, political correctness, race, and sex. These are all common topics among comedians, however, Louis C.K. talks about the subjects without holding back for one second, never stopping to consider if he shouldn't be saying what he is about to say. He doesn't play it safe. As a result, there is more truth in his act than one is likely to see anywhere else. The only reason I don't give the special a 10 is I saw C.K. perform some of the same material live before the initial airing so seeing it taped wasn't quite as fulfilling. 9/10

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