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post #151 of 227
were there TWO new episodes on Thursday? I've seen every episode and 'Eddie' and the 'Come With God' shows were both new to me.
post #152 of 227
Yea seems like it; great surprise when I was downloading the torrents. The masturbation episode was great.
post #153 of 227
Yeah, 2 new ones. The 2nd one with Doug Stanhope was boring and depressing.
post #154 of 227
I wonder if Stanhope's character was loosely based on Marc Maron, with the whole starting up together but falling apart due to envy and jealousy.
post #155 of 227
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Yeah, 2 new ones. The 2nd one with Doug Stanhope was boring and depressing.
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I wonder if Stanhope's character was loosely based on Marc Maron, with the whole starting up together but falling apart due to envy and jealousy.

More than likely. It seems like a big theme of this season is Louie sort of exorcising the demons/guilt he has about making it big...the Eddie episode...the Joan Rivers episode...even the Dane Cook episode. All of them centered around him remembering where he came from.
post #156 of 227
Best line/scene from the masturbation episode...

can you help me with this???

whats wrong with it???

IT HAS ZERO DICKS IN IT

like NONE!!!
post #157 of 227
The bit at the end with the massacre was pretty hilarious, too.
post #158 of 227
Jesus the Halloween opening was nervewracking.
post #159 of 227
the Afghanistan episode yesterday was hilarious. This show actually makes me laugh. Chappelle's Show was funny but, It never made me "laugh". I only chuckled here and there. LCK is a genius thumbs-up.gif
post #160 of 227
Loved the Afghanistan episode. I'm having trouble deciding if this or "Eddie" was the best episode they've done. I'm leaning towards the Afghanistan episode because it had more laughs and because it was so cinematic. And it had a lot of genuinely touching moments that were touching because they were underplayed.
post #161 of 227
Man they must've had a lot of money left over in their budget to pull off an hour episode with SO much production. Apparently the duckling side-story was an idea from his 6 year old according to his twitter. Amusing.

Here's his blog during when he was actually on the USO tour:

http://www.louisck.net/2009/03/uso-tour-weblog-kuwait-iraq-af.html
post #162 of 227
Yeah I was thinking they must have spent more on that episode than the rest of the season between the helicopters and the location shooting (Texas, not Afghanistan, but still). So worth it, though. That's your Emmy submission right there.
post #163 of 227
With the new season of Breaking Bad coming off kind of mediocre, I think this has to be the best show on tv right now.
post #164 of 227
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Loved the Afghanistan episode. I'm having trouble deciding if this or "Eddie" was the best episode they've done. I'm leaning towards the Afghanistan episode because it had more laughs and because it was so cinematic. And it had a lot of genuinely touching moments that were touching because they were underplayed.

I couldn't agree with you more. The best part of the Afghanistan episode was when Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Louie fell face first trying to catch the run away duck. Everyone cracked up afterwards and tensions eased. It was one of those touching moments where people can forget about their differences and share a laugh.
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With the new season of Breaking Bad coming off kind of mediocre, I think this has to be the best show on tv right now.

S.O.A. is starting up next month. it looks pretty interesting. have you seen any episodes to comment?
post #165 of 227
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I couldn't agree with you more. The best part of the Afghanistan episode was when Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Louie fell face first trying to catch the run away duck. Everyone cracked up afterwards and tensions eased. It was one of those touching moments where people can forget about their differences and share a laugh.



S.O.A. is starting up next month. it looks pretty interesting. have you seen any episodes to comment?

You know, I need to catch up on that show. I saw the first couple of episodes and it was ok but didn't really seem like something I had to watch. But most shows take a few eps to find their footing and everyone I trust is telling me to watch it. The trailers set to the Chili Peppers song look great.
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