Category Archives: Louie

The Top 10 TV Shows of 2015

If 2015 was proof of anything, it’s that the golden age of television isn’t going anywhere. In all the years we’ve been writing these lists, this one has been the most difficult.

The Top 5 TV Episodes of 2015 So Far

Continuing on our mid-year lists, we get to some of the more individual achievements in television. Shows with rough seasons can have some great episodes, so this list won’t just cover the

The Top 5 TV Shows of 2015 So Far

Now that we’re officially halfway through the year, we like to reflect on the various pieces of media we’ve loved this year. So far, 2015 has continued the golden age of television

Louie Season 5 Review: A Convergence of High- and Low-Brow

Louie‘s fifth season was also its shortest. But with only eight episodes, there was hardly room for error as the show proved that even with age, it’s still the most delightfully enigmatic

Louie: “The Road Part 2” Season 5 Finale Review

After last week’s disappointingly and unusually ordinary episode, the second part of The Road made up for a lot of lost ground and ended the season on a very high note.

Louie: “The Road Part 1” Season 5 Episode 7 Review

When looking at the collected season five, every episode has been challenging, whether it’s Louis CK challenging himself, us, or the medium. Every episode except “The Road Part 1.”

Louie: “Sleepover” Season 5 Episode 6 Review

“Sleepover” felt like a grab bag of everything that season five has been about thus far. There was Louie’s brother Bobby integrating more into Louie’s life, Louie dealing with his breakup with

Louie: “Untitled” Season 5 Episode 5 Review

Louis CK has got to be laughing at how many times he got us with the same scare gag.

Louie: “Bobby’s House” Season 5 Episode 4 Review

Over every other artist in the medium, Louis CK continues to demonstrate a superior understanding of our society and an unmatchable ability to critique it using humor. This week, we got a

Louie: “Cop Story” Season 5 Episode 3 Review

Louie never wastes its guest stars, and “Cop Story” got everything out of Michael Rapaport it needed to and more.