Louis C.K. has a feeling he's discovered "the origin of the basic despair that we all feel in the pit of our being, that one thing we all share." And it's not, as he previously posited, the knowledge that each of us will be forever empty and alone. It's that Earth is a Martian graveyard, and we're all "seeded by marsian corpse DNA."
On Monday, TMZ posted the above video taken by a bystander just moments after a semi hit a limo carrying Tracy Morgan and friends. In the clip, we see other motorists milling about before comedian Ardie Fuqua is pulled from the wreckage. Last night, Louis CK—an anti-censorship crusader—took to Twitter to implore TMZ to take the video down.
As hard as it is to believe, no one had ever uttered the phrase "sucks balls" on the Late Show until Louis C.K. did it last night, while describing his feelings about Letterman leaving the show.
Louis C.K. once pointed out that the aspiring actors who ask Sean Penn questions on Inside the Actors Studio are never going to be famous. It's true, with one notable exception. His name is Bradley Cooper, and he just humped C.K.'s leg in American Hustle.
In a clarion call that will likely rival his insta-legendary "everything's amazing and nobody's happy" diatribe delivered nearly five years ago on Late Night with Conan O'Brien, comedian Louis C.K. explains — to Conan, once again — exactly why he dislikes the culture of smartphones and why he would never get one for his kids.
Here's the trailer for Woody Allen's latest commentary on stylish neuroses—Blue Jasmine. Alec Baldwin is some sort of gift-giving swindler and Cate Blanchett is a woman suffering a nervous breakdown in a Chanel suit, using a Stoli bottle as a gavel. Oh and Louis C.K. shows up at the 1:22 mark! Enjoy.