Louie (2010– )
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Duckling 

Louie leaves for Afghanistan to entertain the troops, but he doesn't know that one of his daughters left him a surprise in his suitcase.

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
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Keni Thomas ...
Keni Thomas
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General
Lilly Robbins ...
Jamie
Mesrop Agadzhanyan ...
Afghan Soldier (as Meshop Agadzhanyan)
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Afghan Local
Cliff Fleming ...
Helicopter Pilot #1
Cory Fleming ...
Helicopter Pilot #2
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USO Emcee
Justin Guess ...
Soldier #6
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Soldier #5
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Storyline

When Louis takes a trip to Afghanistan to entertain the soldiers, he gets an unexpected gift from one of their daughters, a baby duck. He keeps this duck in his bag as a secret while he goes to different parts of Afghanistan to bring entertainment to the soldiers and at the same time makes friends with an ex soldier now musician. Written by James Hake

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Comedy | Drama

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Release Date:

25 August 2011 (USA)  »

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$500,000 (estimated)
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Mary Louise Szekely, Louis C.K.'s daughter, is credited with coming up with the story idea. According to C.K., he and his daughters really did have to take ducklings home from school. In real life, C.K. had just returned from Afghanistan. His daughter said he should do an episode about taking a duckling to Afghanistan. See more »

Goofs

The iconic Huey helicopters used haven't flown in Afghanistan as they were being used for stateside training and were officially retired from the military in January of 2011. See more »

Crazy Credits

Idea for this episode by: Mary Louise Szekely My six year old daughter See more »

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Brother Louie
Written by Errol Brown and Anthony Wilson
Performed by Ian Lloyd
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Felt very uncomfortable.
1 March 2017 | by (France) – See all my reviews

I don't know if it's because I am not American, but this episode of the show made me feel really uncomfortable. I could not help but to see this as some army/pro US propaganda you can see in every American that usually make them so bad. Something I did not expect from an otherwise very good TV show.


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