Highlights From This Week’s Very Special Episode Of ‘Louie’

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This week’s Louie dealt with Lilly’s first toke and compared it to Loiue’s early dealings with weed.

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There was lots of teenage angst, weed, guitars, and fender rhodes. Also, some lighting of farts.

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But one cockblock changed everything.

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You can tell things were going on the wrong side of the tracks when young Louie started wearing a big green coat.

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Buying drugs directly from Hawkeye was probably a further sign of bad things to come…

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like stealing and telling your father to f*ck off.

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With the sh*t hitting the fan, young Louie was running out of friends, and even family.

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Getting away with his crime doesn’t even help.

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After all that and some counseling, presumably Louie reconciled with his mom. It likely led to much less drama when dealing with Lilly.

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The episode concluded with a dedication to potential cast member Philip Seymour Hoffman.

RIP


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