After his uncle visits and tells him to go to Boston to see his father, Louie breaks out and begins throwing up.

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Nick (as Nick DiPaolo)
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Jim
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Russian Tea Room Guard
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Electronics Store Manager (as Dominic Colon)
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Electronics Store Security Guard
Becca Lish ...
Flight Attendant / GPS Voice (voice)
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Actor Louie (as Matt McCarthy)
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Boston Car Guy
Sean Phillips ...
Electronics Store Employee
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After his uncle visits and tells him to go to Boston to see his father, Louie breaks out and begins throwing up.

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Comedy | Drama

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16 August 2012 (USA)  »

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$300,000 (estimated)
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C.K.'s paternal grandfather, Dr. Geza Székely Schweiger, was a surgeon. Székely Schweiger was a Hungarian Jew whose family emigrated to Mexico, where he met C.K.'s paternal grandmother, Rosario Sánchez Morales.[18] Sánchez Morales was a Catholic Mexican of Spanish and Indigenous Mexican ancestry, whose European-born family had been in Mexico since the mid-1800s.[19] C.K.'s grandfather agreed to have his children raised Catholic, but was (according to C.K.) "quietly Jewish."[20] C.K.'s father converted from Catholicism later in life; he remarried a Jewish woman, converted to Judaism, and is an Orthodox Jew. C.K. has said that his father's whole family still lives in Mexico. See more »

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Uncle Excelsior: Listen, why I want to see you.
Louie: Okay.
Uncle Excelsior: I was in Boston yesterday because I bought a credenza in Geneva: see, they're representing Mexico at an international finance analysis conference. And I was invited to the palace of some sort of duke, and he had this wonderful credenza, and I asked him about it, and he said, well, he was this kind of man
[pulls effeminate face]
Uncle Excelsior: , mm? Who has a hunting dog by his side and boots, you know? You know, like um
[pulls face again]
Uncle Excelsior: , like this kind of man, you know
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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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