After a season of empathy, Louie hits the road and lets himself be an asshole.
Louie is surrounded by screaming children, in an episode that's ultimately about childhood's end.
The sleep of empathy brings forth monsters in a nightmarish episode of Louie.
Louie plays—and role-plays—with gender stereotypes.
With its trademark precision, sympathy, and discomfort, Louie takes a sideways look at police brutality.
Moving from poop jokes to relationship wisdom to exploring the essence of comedy itself, Louie refuses to be locked into any one model.
As I begin my coverage of the fifth season of Louie, we learn—not for the first time—that life is a shitty pot luck.