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I just need to say that last night's episode, In the Woods, was a masterpiece. There is so much to learn and discuss from it. It contemplates subjects such as marijuana usage, loss of innocence, adolescence (not quite the same), parenting, recurring issues through generations, and the culpability or lack thereof in children with such reality that the episode feels like less of a thesis in these topics than it does a firsthand account of them, only one that we aren?t only being told but are experiencing. This show has some of the best writing I've ever come across in any visual media format. Every episode features great performances from Louis C.K. and the supporting cast alike. I would even argue that last night's episode should be shown to children in school. Forget that it?s television; Louis C.K. is one of my favorite filmmakers period.