Louie: Season 5 (2015)
Critic Consensus: A renewed focus on the show's singular blend of sincerity and hilarity keep Louie at the top of its game.
Season 5 of this funny and thoughtful sitcom finds Louie (Louie C.K.) in a slippery dilemma: he and Pamela (Pamela Adlon) are in an open relationship, at Pamela's wishes, which allows both to explore other love interests, but Louie tries to take their relationship to a new level. He also faces high jinks from daughters Lilly (Hadley Delany) and Jane (Ursula Parker), a conflict with his brother Robbie (Robert Kelly) and the annoyances of going on tour. Jimmy Fallon, Matthew Broderick, John… More
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Louis C.K. is back. Heavier, shaggier, and (maybe) funnier than he was during last year's run.
It remains, as ever, a wholly original concoction that's a thing of odd beauty.
What is different about Louie is that viewers must recalibrate their expectations of what the show is every time they watch it.
Louie, you are a nightmare wrapped in a fever dream. But that's my problem: depending on whose fretful sleep we're experiencing, the experiences of Louie's characters can be interpreted as monstrous or worse...arbitrary.
Louie, like the comedian behind it, is always funny, often crass, frequently insightful, occasionally artistic, and sometimes all of the above.
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