Louie reunites with an old friend.

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
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Open Mic Comedian #4
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Himself - Open Mic Host
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Arguing Black Woman
Leo Goodman ...
Open Mic Comedian #1
Rhonda Hansome ...
Open Mic Comedian #2
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Aziza Miulli ...
Open Mic Comedian #5
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Young Louie (as Patrick O'Neill)
Rene Ojeda ...
Liquor Store Owner
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Gregg Rogell
Santos ...
Open Mic Comedian #3
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Jose Soto ...
Arguing Hispanic Man
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Storyline

Louis finds one of his old friends named Eddie and decide to spend the day together. He and Eddie are shown to have a past together in which Eddie was a negative influence to his beginning career. And at the same time receives bad news from him. Written by James Hake

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Comedy | Drama

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Release Date:

11 August 2011 (USA)  »

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$300,000 (estimated)
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Trivia

According to C.K., he was extremely exhausted during the shooting of this episode and could not remember his lines. But Doug Stanhope was so prepared and focused that he helped C.K. get through the episode. C.K. originally believed that he would have to help Stanhope due to Stanhope's lack of acting experience. See more »

Quotes

Eddie Mack: Louie, look me in the eye and tell me I have one good reason to live.
Louie: [a long pause] No.
Eddie Mack: See, you got nothin'.
Louie: No. No, I'm not - I'm not playin' that. I'm not doin' it.
Eddie Mack: Whadda you mean.
Louie: I mean - I mean fuck you, man. I got my reasons to live. I worked hard to figure out what they are; I'm not just handin' 'em to you. Okay? You want a reason to live? Have a drink of water and get some sleep. Wake up in the morning and try again like everybody else does.
Eddie Mack: Yeah, yeah, yeah: "tough love."
Louie: Nah, no ...
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Brother Louie
Written by Errol Brown and Anthony Wilson
Performed by Ian Lloyd
Courtesy of Machine Dream Records
(theme song)
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My favorite Louie episode
10 January 2014 | by (Romania) – See all my reviews

Seeing Doug Stanhope, who's been my favorite living comedian for a long time, playing an underground comedian who's failed to reach mainstream success, being a Yin to Louis' Yang, in this brilliant episode, and illustrating one of those many situations of failure to adapt, of talent wasted because of an imperfect society, of how sometimes sticking to your principles can backfire on you and make you give up on life, was amazing for me. One of the best episodes of the series. Just watching these two brilliant comics (my top two that are alive) sharing the screen is a treat and a blessing. Mustn't miss this, especially if you're a real fan of modern stand-up.


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