Great comedy is finally back. Louis C.K. is now a comedian with nothing to lose, not afraid of liberal media bashing him or Twitter mob “canceling” him for his jokes. His jokes have gone even darker than before and he doesn’t shy away from discussing what he’s done. This a ruthless and glorious return and huge middle finger to all SJWs trying to make talented artists like him disappear.
A compilation for the rejection of the culture of offense. Featuring Christopher Hitchens, Stephen Fry, Penn Jillette, Louis C.K. and Jim Norton, Richard Dawkins, Peter Hitchens, Steve Hughes, Big Jay Oakerson, Ricky Gervais, Salman Rushdie
Louis C.K. performs stand-up about an old lady he helped out at the airport.
Louis C.K. performs observational stand-up about the existence of God and heaven, women, and wifebeater t-shirts.
Read the full transcript of Louis C.K. (in)famous, brutally honest monologue about mild racism, the Israel-Palestine conflict and child molesters. Louis knows just how to make you really uncomfortable and laugh at the same time.
Shame, failures, no groupies: The making of a standup genius. By Brian Hiatt
Podcast TIFF Long Take interviews the iconic comedian, actor and filmmaker Louis C.K. to discuss his latest film I Love You, Daddy and what it means to be an artist today.
Transcript of ‘Chewed Up’, Louis C.K.’s second one-hour special filmed at the Berklee Performance Center in Boston, March 1, 2008
Host Louis C.K. calls out chickens for being racist and wonders if giraffes are amazed by their long necks
Louis jokes about fatherhood, success, and flying first class at the Beacon Theatre in New York
In this unique and dynamic live concert experience, Louis C.K.’s exploration of life after 40 destroys politically correct images of modern life with thoughts we have all had…but would rarely admit to
Please welcome Louis C.K.! Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you, thanks, that’s very nice. Hello, everybody. How are ya? Woo! Good, thanks for-
‘Oh My God’ is the fifth comedy special performed by Louis C.K.. It premiered on HBO on April 13, 2013. Filmed in Phoenix, Arizona at the Celebrity Theatre
The comic puts his trademark hilarious/thought-provoking spin on finding a bat in his kitchen, seeing rats having sex, Boston accents and dead pets.
Louis C.K. muses on abortion, religion, eternal love, giving dogs drugs, email fights, teachers and more in a live performance from Washington, D.C.