Louis CK on SNL viewing thread

Norm Stansfield

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Tonight. Here's a promo. Before you close the page in disgust in the middle, there is a somewhat funny thing at the end:
 

d0uche_n0zzle

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I'm DVR'ing it. This way I can skip the shitty parts of SNL.
 

Pigdango

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This way I can skip the shitty parts of SNL.
So you're going to stop watching after the monologue? Actually, judging by those promos,the best bet may be to delete it before you watch it.
 

f kane

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Yeah fandango is right. Not even Louie can save this turd of a show. I've tried to watch but I don't make it through through first 30 minutes. Oh hey look it's another Romney skit...
 

Yesterdays Hero

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Yesterdays Hero Email said:
> From: info@louisck.com
> To: Me
> Date: Sun, 4 Nov 2012 09:05:11 +1100
> Subject: I'm hosting saturday night live. Tonight.

Hello. Its louis here. I'm clacking this to you on my phone in my dressing room here at studio 8H, right in 30 rockefeller center, in Manhattan, new york city, new york, america, world, current snapshot of all existence everywhere.

Tonight I'm hosting Saturday Night Live, something I zero ever in my life saw happening to me. And yet here it is completely most probably happening (I mean, ANYTHING could NOT happen. So we'll see).

I've been working here all week with the cast, crew, producers and writers of SNL, and with Lorne Michaels. Such a great and talented group of people.

And here we are in the middle of New York City, which was just slammed by a hurricane, leaving behind so much trouble, so much difficulty and trauma, which everyone here is still dealing with every day.

Last night we shot some pre-tape segments in greenwich Village, which was pitch black dark for blocks and blocks, as it has been for a week now.

Its pretty impossible to describe walking through these city streets in total darkness. It can't even be called a trip through time, because as long as new york has lived, its been lit. By electricity, gas lamps, candlelight, kerosene. But this was pitch black, street after street, corner round corner. And for me, the village being the very place that made me into a comedian and a man, to walk through the heart of it and feel like, in a way, it was dead. I can't tell you how that felt. And you also had a palpable sense that inside each dark window was a family or a student or an artist or an old woman living alone, just being int he dark and waiting for the day to come back. Like we were all having one big sleep over, but not so much fun as that.

This is how a lot of the city is still. I know people in queens, brooklyn, Staten Island, new jersey, all over, are not normal yet. And not normal is hard.

And here at 30 rock, these folks are working so hard this week. There are kids in the studio every day, because members of the crew and staff had to bring them to work. Many people are sharing lodging. Everyone is tired. But there's this feeling here that we've got to put on a great show. I'm sure it feels like that here every week. But wow. I feel really lucky to be sharing this time with these particular good folks here at SNL.

In about 5 hours we'll be going on the air. I'll do a monologue. And we'll show you some sketches that we wrote and try to make you laugh. I'm gonna look really dumb in some of this stuff. But I don't care. Its awfully worth it. And I'm really excited.

Anyway. I just wanted to let you know. If you watch the show tonight, when Don Pardo says my name and you see me walking out, all the shit in this email is what ill be thinking. I'm a pretty lucky guy. I hope you enjoy the show.

Thanks.

Louis C.K.

Live. From new york. Its saturday night.

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It's got Louis in it. I'll watch it happily and enjoy every moment he's on there. When he's not, I'll skip it.

Yay. Excited to watch it.
 

peewee

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Shit I wish I had power, I really wanted to watch this tonight. Guess I'll have to download it tomorrow.
 

Konstantin K

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I'm trying to temper my expectations. Louie is as funny as anybody but I wonder if they can give him anything halfway decent to work with. What I'm really hoping for is a blatant rip-off of an O&A bit. Like Louie plays a shitty comic named Chip Chippenstein or a skit where some mush-mouthed fool keeps saying "I got a tree on my house!"
 

loganfield

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How great would it be if he did sketches he wrote featuring Fred Beckler, Chap, Eggert, and Uncle Saul and he fucking kills with them?
 

Myhairygrundle

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I pray that he does not do a song at the opening. Please no.
 

Konstantin K

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He did this old lady/airport bit when I saw him in Cleveland.
 

jnoble

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He did this old lady/airport bit when I saw him in Cleveland.
Many standups end up rehashing older bits during the monologue that they've done in their act because they couldn't agree to or want to do anything that the writers of the show suggested or offered. Not a good sign for the rest of the show in terms of what material the host will get.
 

jnoble

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HA HA HA FOX NEWS IS FULL OF DUMMIES AND STUPID REPUBLICANS HA HA HA

Number of sketches mentioning or making fun of Obama so far: zero
 

Konstantin K

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At least there's a good musical guest.... *hits mute button*
 

Myhairygrundle

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Even Louie can't save this shit show.


Good for his career, but I'm just cringing at this point.

Miss Matt Foley.
 

jnoble

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#21
time for smug assburglar Seth Myers.
 
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The only good thing about this bit is that the guy playing Mitt Romney does the romney blinking pretty well.
 
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Oh god, SNL has a big fat cunt now? Get your fat ass off the screen, this ain't hair spray.