History YMMV / Louie

5th Mar '18 4:03:46 PM urutapu
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* HarsherInHindsight: There's an episode where Louie is picked up by Chris Rock after going home with a woman turns out bad. While at Chris' house, Chris' wife is rude as hell and it's made clear he tolerates her more than loves her. His actual divorce in real life after this came out can make this scene a little harder to watch.
** The show features several scenes, both real and imagined ''and'' both serious and comical, of characters being forced into sexual situations against their will. These play very differently after the New York Times story about Louis C.K.'s own sexual misconduct. For example, in one scene [[spoiler: Louie tries to rape his friend Pamela]]. In another, Louie tells Ellen Farber, an anti-masturbation advocate on live television that he's going to masturbate thinking of her. There's also this exchange:
-->'''Farber:''' That's what's so sad. That you don't know the darkness that you live in.
-->'''Louie:''' Oh no, I know the darkness.

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* HarsherInHindsight: HarsherInHindsight:
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There's an episode where Louie is picked up by Chris Rock after going home with a woman turns out bad. While at Chris' house, Chris' wife is rude as hell and it's made clear he tolerates her more than loves her. His actual divorce in real life after this came out can make this scene a little harder to watch.
** The show features several scenes, both real and imagined ''and'' both serious and comical, of characters being forced into sexual situations against their will. These play very differently after the New ''New York Times Times'' story about Louis C.K.'s own sexual misconduct. For example, in one scene [[spoiler: Louie tries to rape his friend Pamela]]. In another, Louie tells Ellen Farber, an anti-masturbation advocate advocate, on live television that he's going to masturbate thinking of her. There's also this exchange:
-->'''Farber:''' --->'''Farber:''' That's what's so sad. That you don't know the darkness that you live in.
-->'''Louie:'''
in.\\
'''Louie:'''
Oh no, I know the darkness.
5th Mar '18 2:33:50 PM Aquila89
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** The show features several scenes, both real and imagined ''and'' both serious and comical, of characters being forced into sexual situations against their will. These play very differently after the New York Times story about Louis C.K.'s own sexual misconduct. For example, in one scene [[spoiler: Louie tries to rape his friend Pamela]]. In another, Louie tells an anti-masturbation advocate on live television that he's going to masturbate thinking of her.

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** The show features several scenes, both real and imagined ''and'' both serious and comical, of characters being forced into sexual situations against their will. These play very differently after the New York Times story about Louis C.K.'s own sexual misconduct. For example, in one scene [[spoiler: Louie tries to rape his friend Pamela]]. In another, Louie tells Ellen Farber, an anti-masturbation advocate on live television that he's going to masturbate thinking of her.her. There's also this exchange:
-->'''Farber:''' That's what's so sad. That you don't know the darkness that you live in.
-->'''Louie:''' Oh no, I know the darkness.
12th Nov '17 7:18:39 PM urutapu
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** Many scenes during the show play very differently after the New York Times article about Louis C.K's sexual misconduct. For example, in one scene [[spoiler: Louie tries to rape his friend Pamela]]. In another, Louie tells an anti-masturbation advocate on live television that he's going to masturbate thinking of her.

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** Many scenes during the The show features several scenes, both real and imagined ''and'' both serious and comical, of characters being forced into sexual situations against their will. These play very differently after the New York Times article story about Louis C.K's K.'s own sexual misconduct. For example, in one scene [[spoiler: Louie tries to rape his friend Pamela]]. In another, Louie tells an anti-masturbation advocate on live television that he's going to masturbate thinking of her.
12th Nov '17 7:14:20 PM urutapu
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** Many scenes during the show play very differently since the New York Times article about Louis C.K's sexual misconduct. For example the episode where [[spoiler: Louie tries to rape his friend Pamela]] and the scene where Louie while on live television tells a woman who thinks masturbation is immoral that he's going to masturbate while thinking about her play very differently.

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** Many scenes during the show play very differently since after the New York Times article about Louis C.K's sexual misconduct. For example the episode where example, in one scene [[spoiler: Louie tries to rape his friend Pamela]] and the scene where Pamela]]. In another, Louie while tells an anti-masturbation advocate on live television tells a woman who thinks masturbation is immoral that he's going to masturbate while thinking about her play very differently. of her.
11th Nov '17 2:02:25 PM narration
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** Many scenes during the show play very differently since the New York Times article about Louis C.K's sexual misconduct. For example the episode where [[spoiler: Louie tries to rape his friend Pamela]] and the scene where Louie tells a woman who thinks masturbation is immoral that he's going to masturbate while thinking about her while on live television plays very differently.

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** Many scenes during the show play very differently since the New York Times article about Louis C.K's sexual misconduct. For example the episode where [[spoiler: Louie tries to rape his friend Pamela]] and the scene where Louie while on live television tells a woman who thinks masturbation is immoral that he's going to masturbate while thinking about her while on live television plays play very differently.
11th Nov '17 2:01:24 PM narration
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** Many scenes during the show play very differently since the New York Times article about Louis C.K's sexual misconduct. For example the episode where [[spoiler: Louie tries to sexually assault his friend Pamela]] and the scene where Louie tells a woman who thinks masturbation is immoral that he's going to masturbate while thinking about her while on live television plays very differently.

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** Many scenes during the show play very differently since the New York Times article about Louis C.K's sexual misconduct. For example the episode where [[spoiler: Louie tries to sexually assault rape his friend Pamela]] and the scene where Louie tells a woman who thinks masturbation is immoral that he's going to masturbate while thinking about her while on live television plays very differently.
11th Nov '17 2:00:20 PM narration
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** Many scenes during the show play very differently since the New York Times article about Louis C.K's sexual misconduct. For example the episode where [[spoiler: Louie tries to sexually assault his friend Pamela]] and the scene where Louie tells a woman who thinks masturbation is immoral that he's going to masturbate while thinking about her while on live television plays very differently.
10th Sep '17 3:21:10 PM BadSplice
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* BigLippedAlligatorMoment: Exceedingly common, given [[MindScrew what]] [[UnusuallyUninterestingSight kind]] [[MagicRealism of]] [[GainaxEnding show]] ''Louie'' is.

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* BigLippedAlligatorMoment: Exceedingly common, ''Way'' too many to count, given [[MindScrew what]] [[UnusuallyUninterestingSight kind]] [[MagicRealism of]] [[GainaxEnding show]] ''Louie'' is.
10th Sep '17 3:19:05 PM BadSplice
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* BigLippedAlligatorMoment:

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* BigLippedAlligatorMoment:BigLippedAlligatorMoment: Exceedingly common, given [[MindScrew what]] [[UnusuallyUninterestingSight kind]] [[MagicRealism of]] [[GainaxEnding show]] ''Louie'' is.
30th Apr '17 9:34:19 AM neckinhalf
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* HarsherInHindsight: There's an episode where Louie is picked up by Chris Rock after going home with a woman turns out bad. While at Chris' house, Chris' wife is rude as hell and it's made clear he tolerates her more than loves her. His actual divorce in real life after this came out can make this scene a little harder to watch.
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