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Life can be hectic for a newly single father and successful stand-up comedian -- just ask Louie, a fictionalized version of comic Louis C.K., who portrays the character. From his first meeting of the PTA to dating again and navigating the big city with two children, the comic shares pieces of his day with an appreciative audience during his stand-up gigs. The series features appearances by a number of stand-up comedians appearing in the show as fictionalized versions of themselves. In addition to starring in the show, Louis C.K. also created it.

Latest episodes

aired 208 days ago
Louie has an unpleasant surprise - his sister is out of the picture and it falls on Louie to take care of his sullen, tight-lipped 13-year-old niece.
aired 208 days ago
Louie leaves for Afghanistan to entertain the troops, but doesn't realize one of his daughters left him a surprise in his suitcase.
aired 209 days ago
Louie leaves for Afghanistan to entertain the troops, but doesn't realize one of his daughters left him a surprise in his suitcase.
aired 209 days ago
Louie and his girls meet a Hollywood mogul while trick-or-treating; Louie protects his kids from some very bad people.
aired 212 days ago
Louie reunites with his old friend Eddie Mack after a show; Louie and Eddie attend an open mic night.
aired 212 days ago
Louie appears on a news program to debate the morality of masturbation; Louie attends a Christians Against Masturbation meeting.
aired 213 days ago
Louie remembers his past career failures; Louie tries to get his daughter concert tickets for her birthday.
aired 216 days ago
Louie takes a ride on the subway and hangs out with his friend; Louie misunderstands Pamela's vague reaction.
aired 217 days ago
Louie decides to take his kids on a country road trip to visit his great aunt Ellen in rural Pennsylvania.
aired 217 days ago
Louie quits a lounge gig at an Atlantic City casino after a bad night; Louie hangs out with Joan Rivers.
aired 218 days ago
Louie has trouble finding a nice apartment; Louie finds a home that is impossibly out of his price range.
aired 219 days ago
Louie witnesses a bum's death on his way to a date; Louie gets propositioned by a single mom at his daughter's school.
aired 219 days ago
Louie gets a surprise visit from his pregnant sister; Louie's two neighbors come over to watch the kids.
aired 223 days ago
Louie goes out for the night; Louie cheers himself up by doing a set at a small local comedy club and having breakfast with his kids.
aired 223 days ago
Louie fantasizes about a TV news anchor; Louie winds up in the hospital after working out with his new trainer.
aired 233 days ago
Louie recalls a traumatic lesson from Catholic school about Jesus dying for his sins; Louie breaks into a church.
aired 233 days ago
Louie tries to get a date with an African American grocery cashier; Louie tries to overcome his fear of the dentist.
aired 237 days ago
Louie remembers an awkward sexual education lesson as a child; a high school bully threatens Louie while he's on a date.
aired 237 days ago
Louie eats a lot of ice cream, gets high with a neighbor and rescues an old dog from the pound while the kids are away.
aired 237 days ago
Louie's brother comes to him with a weird request related to his date; Louie's mom comes to tell him that she is a lesbian.
aired 244 days ago
Louie offends a woman with his jokes; Louie reluctantly acts in a cop movie, but cannot please the director.

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