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Louie injures his back while shopping for a vibrator.

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Todd
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Rick
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Nick (as Nick DiPaolo)
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Jim
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Lilly
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When Louis hears that one of his friends use a sexual toy to enhance their experience, Louis goes out to a sex shop to end up hurting his back. Louis spends the whole day in pain and must not tell the truth to anyone, due to how he got it. Written by James Hake

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5 May 2014 (USA)  »

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First episode to not feature "Brother Louie" or opening credits. See more »

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Louie: Can you help me with my back?
Dr. Bigelow: What's wrong with your back?
Louie: It hurts.
Dr. Bigelow: My professional diagnosis is your back hurts.
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some of "Louie"'s all time funniest material
27 September 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

While season 4 of "Louie" can easily be looked at as very dramatic when compared to the constant hilarity of seasons 1 and 2, it still premiered with one of the funniest things Louis C.K. has ever worked on, which is saying A LOT! This episode is very loosely structured and mostly works as a series of humorous sketches that eventually begin building off of one another to create a rather clever and, in the end, more narrative structure. The main "plot" just sort of creeps up on you and you soon realize that it's really a direct result of the surrealistically comical moments that you've been watching. However, the small semblance of plot found here is extremely minimalist, and the episode really works best as a slice of life (although there are certainly fantastical moments that work as over exaggerated depictions of real life absurdities) peak into one of the world's wittiest and most surprisingly insightful modern minds.


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