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He mentioned an animated series he is developing with Albert Brooks for FX, and gave a little bit of insight into what the show would be.“We’re making a cartoon that’s basically me and Albert in our voices,” C. If it can all quiet down for a while, that’s probably a positive thing.”It’s also a lot of work. I want it to begin with that I really want to do it. “It’s really just her very funny voice and the kind of stories that she likes to tell, but also about a kind of woman that isn’t really on television right now,” C. As far as TV critic arguments go, this was the biggest of June 2014, which is to say few people outside of TV critic circles paid attention to it. — is the way it can examine complications in everyday adult life, the ways that moments in relationships can play very differently for one person than for another, and so on. the benefit of the doubt — as I was in 2014, when I was unaware of the rumors about C. the benefit of the doubt, one where more and more of his work seems like a barely disguised confession of things he knows are wrong but refuses to atone for, such a moment plays very differently.Now, it’s hard to escape just how much the scene plays like it tiptoes up to the edge of a confession and then decides Louie is probably okay, because he and Pamela will surely end up together someday, and There’s no moral lesson even attempted here. The problem wasn’t that the “Pamela” arc didn’t provide a simple moral; it was that C. seemed to brush up against a situation that made Louie look bad, then quickly shied away from that darkness. K.’s masturbation — it’s easier to say that he’s examining male privilege, or the ways men blind themselves to the horrors they create, or whatever you want. , Sam, has similarities to Pamela, beyond being played by the same actress. K.’s previous work, in making his clueless dolt of a character the butt of nearly every joke and surrounding him with wiser women who know what’s up — especially when compared to the various male characters in the film, who range from men in their 60s who lust for teenagers to a loudmouthed comedy star who mimes masturbation when his friend is talking to an attractive woman on the phone.sort of deeper moral commentary — even something as basic as, “Things are complicated” — only for the comedian and filmmaker to back away from truly holding himself accountable. K.’s work seems, more than ever, to hold as its great theme, “I do these terrible things. I’m talking about one specific scene, in one specific episode of his FX show , in which the show semi-abandoned its “every episode is a standalone short film” format and instead told a long story about Louie falling in love with a European woman and then losing her when she has to return home.
We made the pilot together but it’s from her insides. I’m very excited about it and we’re just about done writing the season and we start shooting in about a month or so. “I’m on stage almost every night now and I’ll probably go on tour in the spring,” he said. I’m on every night working on it but I’m going to wait a while before I put something out.The end of the season, then, turned its attention to his ongoing will-they/won’t-they relationship with Pamela, played by C. “Pamela, Part 1” features as its centerpiece a lengthy bit of standup from C. in which he talks about how casually the terrible behavior of men is coded into our culture.(Its most memorable joke discusses how we actually call an article of clothing a “wife beater.”) When recapping the episode at the time for the A. Club, I wrote that the standup sequence “seems carefully positioned to prove both Louie and Louis C.I that art and artist be kept separate is a monstrous idea, one that celebrates artists at their best and then pretends they don’t have a worst.
You can love works of art by terrible people — indeed, if you’re going to consume pop culture, you almost in peace, at least acknowledge that the lines around these questions will be different for everyone. K., who seems unable to stop himself from blurting out his every thought, the Venn diagram intersection between art and artist is very nearly a circle.
So to me now that there’s no show essentially, if I have an idea that’s burning that feels right for that, it’ll start from the idea.