"That dancer and I became really close friends. And back then he wasn't known as K-Fed or Federline. Back then his name was Chad Farthouse." -Zach Galifianakis
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My wife thought that the punch was really incongruous with the show until I reminded her that the first episode of the first season involved Louie's date jumping into a (previously unseen) helicopter and flying away.
Because she's a ton of fun?
And he'll never break up with her.
Plus Louie is a man of his word and does owe her a thousand dollars.
aww, louie found love. with a rippled cuban dude. needed more tongue/wrestling in the ocean.
I don't normally like to make posts that are just quotes, but this was too good not to quote in full:
"Oh, why did I....? Why did I, uh…"
"Well, I, uh, you know. I just, uh, okay, you know…to be honest, I just wanted…to spend more time… hanging out…"
"Yeah but, but…but I know what, I know what you're asking….but….no no no no."
"Yeah, yeah, no, no but…"
"Yeah but I'm not…I'll, I'm not…okay. Like, I don't…judge anybody. You know, okay, first of all, I have zero anything, okay?"
"I guess what the thing is, is…"
"Oh no, no, but….yeah. Ramon, I'm not….I, uh….you you you, I just, it's, it's, see, I don't know if I ever…I don't know if I'm ever…I'm not trying, I'm not trying, anything that, anything, and I don't even, I'm not..."
"I mean, you know. yeah okay. Okay man."
"Yeah, yeah. Hey man, you too. Okay. Take it easy."
I think it's usually on Saturday night sometime around 11:00.
Holy, shit, I can't believe this episode doesn't have a billion posts about it already. What a fucking incredible chunk of television. I literally lost control of myself and SWEATED SIX BUCKETS OF SWEAT I was laughing so hysterically. What a perfect set-up. I thought it was going to end up a sad puppy thing, all mood and no substance. I really enjoyed the Real Miami thing and the car ride but thought, "Well, this is really great and cool to see, but more amusing than hilarious" and then from the moment he met the lifeguard on the beach the next day, and it was a little awkward, it just built and built, so beautifully, and even at the bar, I thought, this is great but this scene is going to end shortly and move on to something else… but it just kept going and going and going (all one take? holy fuck!) and I started to laugh coz it was just so perfectly true and it just kept going and going and going and going until I was sweating and kicking the floor with my feet and I just lost my mind for a bit—I was just completely unselfconsciously filled with joy and screaming laughter, screaming my fat fucking hole off like I haven't in years and my wife was sitting there with her mouth open asking me if this is what it's like if you have any kind of feeling in your heart for a dude and I'm like THAT'S EXACTLY WHAT ITS LIKE!
OMG, I've really enjoyed the show up to now, but that was some Emmy-level dick pulling right there.
It's the frustration of a partner refusing to meet you halfway in communicating. I really identified with that. My wife isn't like Louie though. More like Pamela Adlon if anything.
*Asking to be raped is what I mean by that
Men are supposed to be the ones that don't communicate and women are supposed to be the ones that want to talk about everything until we are all blue in the face. To me he just wanted to eat ice cream and she is all, "Are you having dessert NOW? Do you want to break UP with me?? Are you gonna make ME do this??" - and I guess I didn't get what was going on. Everything has to be a Big Discussion and if you date someone for 6 months and they stop acting interested, just move on or whatever. Why she went on (at his house) about marriage and all that made her seem insane to me. But a lot of people are saying "Well she was right!" so I guess I don't know much.
(but I know I love yooooooou...)
If you were to go by all my ex-girlfriends at least, I think they would say that Louie's behavior is pretty typical for a guy. That diner scene was eerily similar to a break-up I just had.