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    The Future of Sitcoms According to the Creators of 'Parks and Rec,' 'Enlightened,' 'Don’t Trust the B—' and 'Raising Hope'

    Greg Garcia (the creator and executive producer of Fox's "Raising Hope"), Nahnatchka Khan (the creator and executive producer of ABC's "Don’t Trust the B— in Apartment 23"), Michael Schur (the co-creator of NBC's "Parks and Recreation") and Mike White (the co-creator, co-star and executive producer ...

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    Recap: 'Louie' Closes Off Its Third Season With A Pair Of Classics

    In a very fine article on the always excellent AV Club this week, Todd Van Der Werff argues that "Louie" isn't just a strong contender for the best comedy on TV right now, but also the first show since "Seinfeld" and "The Simpsons" to genuinely move the form forward. Whether it becomes a touchstone ...

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    'Louie' Wraps Up a Season of Highs and Lows With a Spur-of-the-Moment Trip Abroad

    After the giddily happy-sad ending of the ambitious "Late Night" arc that took up the previous three episodes of "Louie," it was inevitable that last night's actual season finale, "New Year's Eve," felt a little anticlimactic. It even started at what for so many...

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    Emmy Wrap: 'Homeland,' 'Modern Family' Clean Up During Dull Evening Capped by Star-Packed HBO Party (Video)

    The 62nd Primetime Emmy Awards, hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, proved to be a gratifying night for big winners "Homeland," "Modern Family" and "Game Change"— "and no one watching at home," reports Salon.

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    Why Be a Film Critic? Joan Rivers Explains

    In this clip from "Louie."

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    'Louie' Gets In Touch With the Lynchian Side of Show Business in 'Late Show Part 2'

    To Louis C.K., the business side of comedy obviously has some Lynchian aspects -- so much so that when he's told to report to an executive in New York who'll train him "Late Show Part 2," the man, Jack Dall, is actually played by David Lynch.

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    Recap: 'Louie' Gets An Unlikely Talk-Show Sensei

    With apologies, it's been a little while since we checked in in "Louie" -- we were partly interrupted by festival-related travels and because the show took last week off, presumably because it would have clashed with Barack Obama's speech at the DNC. Or the VMAs. Happily, over the past weeks, Louis ...

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    'Louie' Gets Lucky at Last With the Showbiz Offer All Comics Dream Of -- Don't They?

    Where do working stand-ups end up if they don't break big, if they have some success but mainly keep grinding it out on the road, doing gigs around the country until they're too tired? That dark kingdom is just as significant a presence as the crazy possibility of a major late night gig in last nigh...

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    'Louie,' Women and the Unsuccessful Adventures of Chloe Sevigny, Girl Detective

    What kind of bookstore is Louie frequenting that's so filled with increasingly out-there responses to the manic pixie dream girl? In "Looking for Liz/Lilly Changes," last night's "Louie," Louis C.K.'s character finds himself dreaming of Liz, the vibrant, unstable woma...

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    Recap: 'Louie' Goes 'Looking For Liz' With Chloë Sevigny In A Mixed Bag Of An Episode

    To say that the third season of "Louie" has taken a more serialized approach would be an exaggeration, but both thematically and narratively, Louis C.K's used a little more continuity than usual across the episodes. Indeed, last week's season high -- with a more stand-alone approach -- was almost th...

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