Louis C.K.: Hilarious
Comedy • NR • 2010 • 1 hr 24 min
Louis is what the title says, hilarious.
I have not laughed this hard watching a comedy special...Louis CK is one of the best comic of all time.
Louis C.K. during his run as a premier stand-up comic.
One of his weaker sets from when he was actually funny
Favorite Louis C.K. special. Very funny.
As ever Louis CK kills it with his standup. Highly recommended.
Definitely one of his best specials- his humor is quite extreme and not everyone's cup of tea but goddamn is it funny asf.
Product does exactly what the box says.
One of Louis CKs best live performances. Funny, insightful, and highly entertaining.
God Dam....He was admitting everything at the time!
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