I didn't say that!
There's nothing funnier than a grown man eating ice cream and having feelings at the same time.
I liked the last episode more in theory than in reality. It had some great moments but mostly I just like that there was an episode that existed almost entirely for a small scene at the end. No other show would ever have an episode like Miami.
Scratch that. It kind of reminds me of the Fly episode of Breaking Bad that I loved and a lot of other people didn't.
I have always loathed Florida. It is our nation's filthy, syphilitic wang. Nothing good has ever happened there. Even if it did, it didn't. It's that gross. But this episode showed me what a dingus I've been for thinking that Florida had no redeeming qualities simply because my head has been too far up my ass to notice it's unique cultural magic.
I still hate Florida.
Florida, Florida, the redneck riviera
Florida, Florida, there's no more pathetic place in America
Yes a man must make unpopular decisions, surely from time to time
and a man can only stand what a man can stand
It's a wobbly volatile line
Florida, Florida, the water table is fucked
Florida, Florida, there's no more perfect place to give it all up
A man must take his life in his own hands
Hit those nails on the head
And I respect a man who goes to where he wants to be
even if he wants to be dead
Florida, Florida, its a tropical paradise
Florida, Florida, theres no more perfect place to retire from life
What I love most about this show is that I really had no idea what was going to happen. I was almost convinced that at some point Louie was going to have some sort of gay experience and then have to work through that.
As for Florida, I don't know about anyone else here but I spent a bunch of summer weeks at Disney World when I was a kid and so Florida still seems like some sort of magical paradise to me.
I noticed in the credits (possibly in the first episode of the new season) that CK did some of the music. Does anyone know what extent he does the music for the show? Also has he ever played with Todd Barry (who plays drums).
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Not sure, but according to Todd's twitter, he's on tonight's episode!
Tonight is episode 4, right? Is that the one Maria Bamford is on?
Parker Posey is on tonight's episode. Also Maria Bamford and not Todd Barry.
Great that Louis got nommed for Best Actor again, fucking retarded it's not up for Best Comedy Series, especially when you have episodes like Duckling and Subway/Pamela in there.
Todd Barry is on tonight's episode as well
Correction Todd just tweeted that he's not going to be on
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