When paying respects at the funeral of an old friend, Louis meets someone who was a friend of the same guy, and they both hang out. At the same time, he is asked by a school friend to babysit her son while she is out, which turns out to be very awkward and weird. Written by
This is the first episode of the series not to feature any stand-up comedy segments. See more »
Louie tells Lilly, "Her mom needs our help!" when he means "His [Never's] mom needs our help!" See more »
Lilly doesn't like me.
Nope. No, she does not.
Because you eat raw meat and you shit in the tub and you wreck everything. And as long as you act like that, no one's gonna like you. No one's gonna wanna be around you.
My mom says that any choice I make is okay, because I love myself.
Your m... your mom is wrong.
I'm gonna tell her you said that.
That's okay, you tell her. I'll take the heat.
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Written by Kelly Keagy
Under license from The Bicycle Music Company See more »
Louie has the right amount of absurdity, comedy, awkwardness, drama, characters, and all the other elements that you can mesh together to create a brilliant show. It is funny! Whether sometimes the show gets dramatic or not, it's funny. Even if you're not laughing, there's comedy there.
There's this part in this episode where he talks about Kansas city and he seems quite intrigued/amused and laughing at what he's saying, yet, the hosts were just silent. And, this is how, sometimes, this show is met with.. Silence.. Lack of comprehension of that sort of comedy which he finds in things. And, I, on no basis of course, guess that he's doing it mainly for self-entertainment and for the sake of those few who can SEE the comedy in everything too (specially dramatic things).
I don't know.. I just loved this episode and I truly admire the whole show. That's basically it.
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