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Louis C. K is one of the funniest stand-up comedians. In the TV show, he does not hesitate to say in his speeches at the strangest theme. Situation, as he himself says, though fictitious, but based on actual observations and experiences. Louis constantly jokes on himself. He realizes that he is not 20 years old, he divorced, not handsome, have children, and he does not pursue a life â€“ he just living. He tries to meet with other women, trying to be a good father, good friend and a funny comedian. He was a great experience and failure, and turns these things into a comedy of life...
Louie season 3 episodes list:
Louie has a challenging day.
Louie has dinner at a friend's house.
Louie goes to Miami.
Louie is looking for a mate.
Louie goes on a date.
A guy dies, Louie meets a comedian, and has a bad day with a bad kid.
Louie takes an old friend shopping and has a bit of an emergency.
Louie deals with a rash.
Louie searches for a lost love and then for his daughter.
Louie gets a break. Maybe.
Louie begins a quest.
Louie continues his efforts to earn the Late Show hosting job. He is visibly moved by his daughters' support for his goal, but continues to be confounded by Jack Dall, who gives Louie a "make me laugh right now" ultimatum he barely passes and then has him do a practice interview with an emotional cleaning woman. Louie makes it to an actual test show in front of a packed audience, where Jack wishes him well and gives him some advice that pays off when Jerry Seinfeld tells Louie he's already signed a deal to take over for David Letterman and Louie would be nice to keep it a secret. Louie recognizes Jerry is lying and goes out and absolutely crushes his test show, mixing genial humor with some raunchier material and hilarious interviews with Susan Sarandon and Paul Rudd. Lars Tardigan loves the footage and says "We've got an option!" That night, Louie gathers with his comedian friends for the news, but Doug shows up looking downcast just as Maria Menounos announces that David Letterman re-upped for another 10 years and has even worse news: Louie is now persona non grata forever with Letterman. A devastated Louie barely avoids breaking down, but he also appreciates that he at least cost Letterman a ton of money on his new contract, lets the Letterman show know that they never broke him, and returns to Alphonse's gym to continue his boxing education.
Louie struggles through the holidays.