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I loved him explaining to his 4-year-old how she has seen nothing of the world, and how her own brain is an infinite endless wonder, and therefore she had no right to be bored. Rocking out to The Who was amazing too. It's really cool how the show is so incredibly un-formulaic. He's really experimental with a lot of the episodes, and it usually works out brilliantly.

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Just be thankful you had these episodes to watch now. Anyone like me who has watched roughly around the original air dates hasn't seen a new episode since Sept. 2012. Thankfully it's back again this y

you burried the god damn lead there. CHARLIE KAUFMAN IS GETTING A SHOW! God damn it I love FX.

What a great take on the manic pixie dream girl

Also, my great aunt and my grand mother on my mothers side would call them ****** toes. This episode hit close to home.
Same. I told my daughter that I had never heard them called anything else.
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Oh.. My.. God. I can not believe this episode. How.. how could he.. I mean... Dane Cook? Jesus christ....
Props to Dane for letting Louie make him look like a douche once again.
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Oh.. My.. God. I can not believe this episode. How.. how could he.. I mean... Dane Cook? Jesus christ....
Are you saying you didn't like it? If so, I 100% disagree. I fucking loved their conversation. And it's not like it was done for some kind of name recognition or to pull in ratings...it's the most honest show on television, and part of his life is knowing famous comedians, and part of his life was being involved in the spat about stolen jokes. I see no reason why he should ignore that just to make sure it doesn't look like he's doing the tv equivalent of name dropping. I feel like their conversation was almost exactly how it probably went in real life (aside from the jokes (2000 and 6)), which I love. Love this show so much.
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Two episodes tonight that were amazing in completely different ways. The first one might have been my favorite yet.
Oh shit, there were two new episodes last Thursday. Thanks for pointing that out, I only looked for and watched one, and assumed that was all that had been broadcast. I shall now go seek out the other one.
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What a ridiculously amazing show.
He tweeted a link to his blog from back in 2009 when he actually did do the USO thing, and a lot of his experiences made it into the show, like the Buffalo kid, the 19 year-old cheerleader ( I think the one he hits one was actually with him then, as was the guitar dude), playing soccer and stuff. It's a long read broken into a lot of parts, but its pretty good.
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I just watched both seasons over the past few weeks. The series is very good, season 2 was extremely good, and the USO ep was one of the best things I've ever seen on television.Nick Depaolo really is The Worst Thing though.

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I've loved the season so far, but this episode was my least favorite. I loved the shot of the two walking up the winding staircase. Just because I did the same shot for a student project, but had to cut it. Flame away

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besides the stand up parts there's not a lot of lol stuff in it. I don't really know how to describe it except that it's so well done. Like an artsy version of Curb.

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