In 2010, God created Louie, and he saw that it was good. God said, “Let there be many semiautobiographical single-camera sitcoms about comedians.” And so God created semiautobiographical single-camera sitcoms about comedians and gave them much creative control. God gave a show to Marc Maron, and Aziz Ansari, and Tig Notaro. And God saw that they were good. Then God looked at His list of comedians, and saw that the next comedian on the list was Rob Schneider. And God said, “Let even Rob Schneider have his own semiautobiographical single-camera sitcom,” and He called that sitcom Real Rob. Then God said, “Let this sitcom be full of cameos from Rob Schneider’s actor friends, and weird jokes about claustrophobia.” And God saw all that he had made, and it was very good.