‘Louie’ Season Two Promises To Be Pride-Effacing

Louis C.K. introduces an effective form of birth control. There's a new promo for the second season of FX's "Louie," and it's as sparse and awkward as the show itself. It's just Louis CK, the two actresses that play his daughters, a couch, and the Cooper STD font. Still, it's oddly effective and a fitting example of the off-kilter charm of the show. We're not given a sense of where the new season will go, but I think it's safe to say it will involve sadness and masturbation. And masturbating while sad. In the promo, Louis CK does his best to pass on the info that the new season premieres June 23rd at 10:30pm on FX. All the while, the actress who plays his young daughter is jumping on the couch and slapping him in the face. Man, is she lucky that Alec Baldwin isn't the star of this show. Dude would house her.

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