Louis C.K. took home the Emmy for Outstanding Writing For A Comedy at the 64th annual Emmys awards ceremony for his work on "Louie".
The FX show beat out "Parks and Recreation" (Amy Poehler included), Lena Dunham and "Girls," and "Community's" beloved "Remedial Chaos Theory" for C.K.'s work on the episode, "Pregnant."
"Well, I won an Emmy just now," C.K. said after he took the stage. The comedian closed his relatively serious speech with, "Mary and Kitty, your daddy won an Emmy."
C.K. also picked up another Emmy on Sunday night for Outstanding Writing For A Variety Special.
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