Last edited by MikThrontveit; September 6, 2011 at 11:06 PM. Reason: Puncurtation; probably still wrong.
My love for this show and for this fuckin' guy almost makes me understand what was going through that crazy twat Billy Jean's head with that whole Michael Jackson's baby shit.
I feel so lucky to be able to enjoy this show. Also, it's awesome that others like it too, so it can continue.
Easily one of the best seasons of television that I've ever seen. Really tough to pick a favorite episode, as they were all so strong, but I'm leaning towards the Stanhope episode. I can't wait until Season 3.
Oh yeah, I guess this was the season finale, wasn't it?
Great, now I'm even more depressed.
This is the best show.
Episodes 6 & 7 are available on hulu for those that need to re-watch.
I definitely feel the need on the Pamela/Subway episode (episode 6) ~ I guess the agreement with FX allows them to have 2 episodes available @ a time (these will be up until the 16th). Not available for the other devices though. sigh.
This show is so great. I feel compelled to gush and at the same time I feel a little speechless.
I really want to believe that Louis just spent all morning refreshing his "Helpful Post Rating" page while mentally high-fiving himself
That description could work for any episode, really.
I've had the last episode ready to go for the past few days, but I don't really want to watch it. I think I'm gonna keep it as a "break glass in case of emergency" type thing.
It's a good'un.
great finale. Awesome guest stars as well, hope Rock comes back for more, and Wright comes back with more bad advice that he wouldn't do himself. My favorite guest star is always Todd Barry and his hatred for Louie though.
What's up, Mrs. Ditches?
Eyes are the losers in the skies.
Great, the one's with Dan Harmon and Michael Schur were superb, looking forward to reading all these.
One of the commenters at the AV Club noted that Louie exhibits more knowledge of the technical aspects of making a TV show than Harmon or Schur, and that made me think that "showrunner" is an inadequate term for what Louie does on this show. Guys like Schur and Harmon oversee a writing and production staff. Louie basically IS the writing and production staff! That's absolutely unprecedented, especially when the transcendent quality of the show being produced is taken into consideration. There should be a different term for Louie, I think. "Showruler??" "Showmaker?" "Showgod?" Something.
P.S. I just have to express the awesomeness of the season finale, particularly the last shot, which is one of the most brilliant combinations of comedy and tragedy I have ever seen. Fuck it, it IS the best. Nobody else currently going in the creative arts is interested in dealing with both of those currents at the same time. Best thing ever, basically.