I did something so Beverly Hills yesterday. Yes, I was crystal healed.
Louis C.K. has been on my radar since I watched his "Shameless" special on HBO seven years ago. His eponymous comedy-drama Louie is by far my favorite show on television and I haven't missed an episode. Louie is not as gut-bustlingly hilarious as it is perceptively brilliant. The main character, played by C.K. who also writes, edits and directs the show is a struggling/sometimes successful comedian who is honest to a fault and his observations and reactions to life's situations mirror many of my own. I'd love to pick apart the last three seasons and tell you my favorite Louie moments, but I'd like this post to be about last night's episode, "So Did The Fat Lady," which tackled guilt-ridden fat-phobia, dating standards and self-esteem.
Who is Larry Levan? And why is everyone here so happy? Seriously, I just nudged and bumped into twenty New Yorkers and I'm not in the hospital yet—what's happening? How could this "Larry Levan" creature unite blacks, whites, Asians, gays, hookers, yuppies, puppies, Aussies , babies and oldies all in close quarters without a brawl? Let me take you into the world of Larry Levan. Don't be scurred…
One bitch's quest to love NYC.