Louie: Season 4, Episode 3

So Did the Fat Lady (12 May 2014)

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A fat woman who works at the comedy club keeps asking Louie out on a date, but Louie is not interested.



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Episode cast overview:
Edward Burns ...
Fred Louisdhon ...
Indian Restaurant Host
Diner Waitress
William Stephenson ...
Betsy Struxness ...
Jim Tews ...
Comedian On Stage


After a chubby woman ask Louis out for a date from work, he awkwardly declines. But after constant asking, he finally accepts. And throughout their day together, they talk about various things and when it comes to her weight, stuff goes down. Written by James Hake

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date | fat | women


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A scene was shot in which Edward Burns's character flirts with Vanessa. But it was deleted due to time constraints. Burns appears very briefly in the episode. See more »

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A wonderful piece of television
27 May 2014 | by (Portugal) – See all my reviews

Why do television shows have to be about only one topic. Why can't there be a little bit of everything, like it happens in everyday life, in the things that we watch? This is what Louie brings to our homes. I dare to say that this one of most "human" shows I ever watched, and this episode just made me believe it even more.

Watching this episode made me chuckle, like I was watching a piece of real life. The dialogue is so fluid and honest that it captures you, and makes you doubt if there was even a real script behind it.

This is why Louei is so much more than a basic "comedy" sitcom, you never know what you're going to get in the next episode. And that's just wonderful.

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