Louis C.K. comments on the death of Rivers:
I feel very lucky that I knew Joan Rivers and I feel very sad that she’s gone. She was a great comedian and a wonderful person. I never saw someone attack a stage with so much energy. She was a controlled lightning bolt. She was a prolific and unpredictable, joyful joke writer. She loved comedy. She loved the audience. She was a great actress and should have done that more. She loved living and working. She was kind. She was real. She was brave. She was funny and you just wanted to be around her. I looked up to her. I learned from her. I loved her. I liked her. And I already miss her very much. It really f–king sucks that she had to die all of a sudden.
C.K. is nominated for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy at the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards for portraying Louie on Louie.
Louis C.K. returns to Conan and reminisces working with O’Brien as a writer at Late Night. He also talks about his experience flirting with Gwyneth Paltrow and his opinion on the cell phone culture.
You know, I think these things are toxic, especially for kids. It’s this thing. It’s bad. They don’t look at people when they talk to them. They don’t build the empathy. Kids are mean and it’s because they’re trying it out. They look at a kid and they go, you’re fat. Then they see the kid’s face scrunch up and say ooh, that doesn’t feel good. But when they write they’re fat, they go, hmm, that was fun.
C.K. is nominated for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy at the 65th Primetime Emmy Awards for portraying Louie on Louie.
…it’s kind of crazy. It’s nuts. This is the kind of show that you hope gets to stay on the air. And then there are shows that are on the air for years and years that never get a single nomination.
C.K. appears on the cover of the second April 2013 issue of Rolling Stone magazine. He talks about teenage drug abuse, onstage disasters, and his sitcom Louie.
The Louie on the show is pretty happy and I’m about as happy as he is. I don’t mind feeling sad. Sadness is a lucky thing to feel.
C.K. is nominated for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy at the 64th Primetime Emmy Awards for portraying Louie on Louie.
I feel like there’s no way to tell how these things are being voted on, but I like being recognized as it helps the show…
Louis C.K. wins Grammy for Best Comedy Album for Hilarious.
C.K. is nominated for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy at the 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards for portraying Louie on Louie.
Finding out was like I’d just won the Indy 500 — it’s crazy! And the acting — Jesus Christ, that’s just crazy.