Louis CK: Watch His 25 Funniest Moments
To celebrate the season three premiere of 'Louie' this week on FX, we've combed the internet vaults for the very best Louis CK jokes, from his stand-up specials to 'Louie' and everything inbetween -- here are the comedian's 25 most hilarious moments. You're welcome. (Obvious NSFW language alert in these videos below...)
Louis explains why he just can't feel bad for single people anymore.
People today are so ungrateful for our technological miracles.
On getting fat, cookie radar, and how his stomach is like a theater seat.
Louis encounters a waitress with a very strange sexual hang-up.
Lines, the post office, and a pretentious coffee shop where Louis encounters someone wearing the same shirt.
Related to the previous clip, this scene from 'Louie' accurately portrays a hungover visit to a coffee shop in the morning.
What happens when all the sex magic dies in your marriage. Warning: The results are hilariously sad.
Louis talks to Conan O'Brien about why he doesn't follow anyone on Twitter and why he thinks it's so stupid.
On being a white man and the opportunities afforded by time travel.
Louis explains the strangest insult he's ever received.
The weirdest food in Chinatown.
Louis lets a heckler in the audience have it during an episode of 'Louie.'
On the difference between girls and women, and why he's done with the former.
Louis smokes up with his neighbor, guest star Josh Hamilton, on 'Louie.'
On the type of people, such as himself, who eat at Cinnabon.
In this interview with Conan O'Brien, Louis describes his idea of the audition process for a little girl in 'Schindler's List.'
That "CAM" stands for Cause Against Masturbation, and in this clip from 'Louie,' Louis defends one of his favorite activities.
Louis' views on gay marriage are hilarious, honest, and moving.
Louis recalls his daughter's first sentence, and the indignation that followed.
Louis' daughter calls Fig Newtons "Pig Newtons."
On the very special way his five year old tells secrets.
A gross-out description of his daughter's diaper issues.
On the kind of person who might drink in a park.
Louis gets delightfully -- and frighteningly -- honest about life with a 4 year old.
On the difference between raising boys and girls.