Louis CK has a long, complex and hilarious history of interacting with modern technology. But now he’s decided to quit the internet.
Louis C.K.'s daughters won't be getting cell phones anytime soon, because the famous dad/funnyman explains as only he can, phones take away his kids' ability to just feel sadness.
Clearly the big box consumer electronics store featured in last night's episode of Louie isn't Best Buy. The people here are wearing red shirts, not blue ones! And everything else is... well, okay, everything else is exactly the same.
Instead of going cable, as usual, Louis CK sold his new show for $5 a pop on the web, streamed live from the Beacon Theater, free of DRM or regional restrictions. Ballsy? It worked: the public paid him $1 million.
The Golden Globes are arguably the most self-fellating award show in the galaxy. Ricky Gervais and friends (possibly including Louis CK, Chris Rock, Jon Stewart, and Larry David) might just live-stream a commentary track. Oh hell yes.