Louie looks for a new home. Suffice to say, it's a quixotic search. Louie's stand-up topics include the British royal family's ethnicity and his own financial inadequacies. Donna Hanover plays a real-estate agent.
One of the aspects of Louie that makes it such a quintessentially New York show is its very lack of abject New Yorkness: There are no nosedive camera swoops through Times Square, no summer-in-the-city montages of Central Park. The show takes place largely more
Is Louis C.K. losing his mind on 'Louie' (Thu., 10:30PM ET on FX)? If his experiences apartment hunting are any indication, he's not always seeing things as they really are. And we're not talking about the old guy in his underwear with the toilet in the k more
Of the season 2 episodes I've seen so far, I think "Moving" was my favorite, because it manages to squeeze so many of the things I love about "Louie" into a single story. The plot itself - in which Louie tries to find a new apartment because his da more
LOUIE “Moving” Season 2 Episode 3 – In this episode, Louis decides that it’s time for he and his girls to move into a new place. Searching for apartments /houses is always fun (not) and true to form, Louis runs into some, shall more