In the late nineties, David Wain and Michaels Ian Black and Showalter set up a weekly showcase where everyone from Louis C.K. to Marc Maron to the UCB to Stephen Colbert would show up.
Tales of network executives pushing each other over to raid the comedy clubs. Is that irrational exuberance coming back?
Offerman has a shaved face and bleached-blond hair.
Oh My God is the perfect title for a Louis C.K. special. It’s what you say when you watch his stand-up or his FX series.
Another excuse to stay indoors.
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He is right.
It's like a mini episode of Louie.
From his 1996 HBO Half Hour to Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.
Two generations of New York stand-ups: one who feels, and one who doesn't.
It will be on HBO.
Yep, that is exactly what it is.
And he kind of likes that it pisses you off.
From laughing Jessica Chastain to not-laughing Anne Hathaway.
The project was once called American Bullshit, but not anymore.
Our TV critic has thought about this episode every day since he first watched it in September.
Louis C.K. provided some much-needed, genuinely comic relief.
Will the show be completely hilarious for at least one night?
Louis C.K. needs a break.
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It's not necessarily the content that amazes, but rather the form, which is revolutionary.
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