First, a list of critics who've seen and have reviewed last night's episode of Louie.
A couple my thoughts after the jump.
First of all, I was pissed that I waited to buy tickets to Louis C.K.'s standup in Detroit this October. Because now they're sold out and I won't be able to experience the joy of paying only $45 and bypass fucking Ticketmaster. Though, considering it's scheduled to be held at the Masonic Temple, I don't really feel as bad at the moment.
As far at this episode goes, I feel like this has been the season of the "Eccentric Female Book Store Employee." We spent a couple of episodes that focused on Parker Posey's Liz. She seemed pretty straight in "Daddy's Girlfriend (Part 1)" and then we saw a more expressive side to her in the concluding episode. That isn't a bad thing. This week, Louie goes to the bookstore looking for Liz and finds a woman who doesn't even pretend to hide her real personality while on the job. This segment seemed a little unnecessary. Mostly because it seemed like I was watching a rerun. We've already seen Louie break up with a woman where he didn't have to say a word. And then he had the blind date with Laurie (Melissa Leo). I would rather see a whole episode with Louie and his daughters because those are the segments where I laugh the most. I can't help it, those girls are hilarious. Especially the younger daughter, Jane (Ursula Parker).