Louie’s youngest daughter is so unintentionally mean to him, haha. She’s so cute though. I love when kids’ jokes make no sense. It’s much better than the ones that DO make sense. We’ve heard Louie talk about his daughters’ jokes on talk shows before, but it’s about time he put that on his own show for people who don’t stay up late enough to watch him get interviewed. Both those little girls do excellent jobs in these roles. We liked the routine of the comedian Louie ate with in this episode. His joke about not having kids was pretty good. Man, stand up must be so hard to do. Louie, why do you still have a motorcycle? Ugh. Those things are fun, but they aren’t for people with kids. Lori was significantly older than the women Louie usually dates, because God forbid a middle-aged man on TV be with a woman his age. Did you see Louie’s friend’s wife? Jeez Louise, she’s hotter than this blogger and he’s 50!
The awkwardness/debate that followed the spontaneous date wasn’t super funny, but it was thoughtful. Well, as thoughtful as something about that topic could be. The woman was technically right, but we were on Louie’s side. It’s hard to do that in a car like that, randomly. She pretty much forced that situation on him. Best line: “Where are the gentlemen?” Oh dear… Louie meets the craziest sluts. Good job, Melissa Leo. We will say one thing for this storyline: we didn’t expect it to go there or end up like that. This wasn’t the best episode of Louie, but it had its moments. We like the way the show gives us two storylines and one is usually sweet (like with his girls) but then the other one is usually super weird.
Episode grade: B