Just a few days after comedian Tig Notaro was diagnosed with breast cancer, she found herself on stage at Los Angeles' Largo theater, revealing the news of her illness and delving into other personal struggles.
Louie is a great show that has a deep moral consciousness when Louis C.K. is able to channel it into the right topic. When he's really killing, as they put it in comedy, he lets you see and feel what it means to be alive.
Ramon shows Louie a more authentic Miami and Louie shows Ramon a more authentic version of himself. He talks about his Mexican heritage, speaks Spanish and laughs ... He's actually having fun, which may be a first for the show.
What's great about this scene is they're both right. Louie shouldn't have to do something he doesn't want to just because he feels obligated, but Laurie just went down on him, so what's the difference?