Louie Full series coverage at Vulture "When Jane says hello to Amia in Hungarian and Amia sees Jane’s violin case, she runs in to get her own, and they end up playing a song together, right there in the hallway. They don’t just play a song; they harmonize, and play off of each other beautifully. Jane and Amia are perfectly in sync, and Louie is left standing there, dumbfounded, on the outside looking in, with every woman in his life." Season 4 Episode 6, "Three-Legged Dog"                                                                                                      • • • "Louie often uses his body as the butt of a joke, but last night his body was the joke, as he and his brother Robbie engaged in the bacchanalia of the Bang Bang, which is eating two full meals at two different restaurants back-to-back. At the start, they used the Bang Bang to celebrate their decision to go back to the gym, but by the time the Bang Bang ended, they’d both given up on their brand-new commitment to fitness before it even began. As we moved through the episode, the underlying context became clear — men can do whatever they want to their bodies and still be considered desirable, but women don’t get off that easy." Season 4 Episode 3/4, "Tiny Terror"                                                                                                     • • • "I wasn’t sure where things were headed when the only woman laughing at his set catches up with him after the show and whisks him away in her Maserati. I mean, Louie has dated and slept with some bizarre women in his tenure on this show, and I get the feeling that while he has fun with dating, he also thinks most women have an undercurrent of mild hysteria working its spooky magic within them at all times. He’s not entirely wrong; I’ve been a woman for my entire life, and I wake up thinking about the ways I could literally get away with murder every single day, just to take the edge off of living in a patriarchy. I take a sip of coffee and think, could I snap someone’s neck if pushed, like if they don’t move their damn legs out of the way when I’m trying to get off the bus? Probably, guys. Probably." Season 4 Episode 2, "Dirty Sex Poop Dogs"  

Louie
Full series coverage at Vulture

"When Jane says hello to Amia in Hungarian and Amia sees Jane’s violin case, she runs in to get her own, and they end up playing a song together, right there in the hallway. They don’t just play a song; they harmonize, and play off of each other beautifully. Jane and Amia are perfectly in sync, and Louie is left standing there, dumbfounded, on the outside looking in, with every woman in his life."
Season 4 Episode 6, "Three-Legged Dog"

                                                                                                     • • •

"Louie often uses his body as the butt of a joke, but last night his body was the joke, as he and his brother Robbie engaged in the bacchanalia of the Bang Bang, which is eating two full meals at two different restaurants back-to-back. At the start, they used the Bang Bang to celebrate their decision to go back to the gym, but by the time the Bang Bang ended, they’d both given up on their brand-new commitment to fitness before it even began. As we moved through the episode, the underlying context became clear — men can do whatever they want to their bodies and still be considered desirable, but women don’t get off that easy."
Season 4 Episode 3/4, "Tiny Terror"

                                                                                                    • • •

"I wasn’t sure where things were headed when the only woman laughing at his set catches up with him after the show and whisks him away in her Maserati. I mean, Louie has dated and slept with some bizarre women in his tenure on this show, and I get the feeling that while he has fun with dating, he also thinks most women have an undercurrent of mild hysteria working its spooky magic within them at all times. He’s not entirely wrong; I’ve been a woman for my entire life, and I wake up thinking about the ways I could literally get away with murder every single day, just to take the edge off of living in a patriarchy. I take a sip of coffee and think, could I snap someone’s neck if pushed, like if they don’t move their damn legs out of the way when I’m trying to get off the bus? Probably, guys. Probably."
Season 4 Episode 2, "Dirty Sex Poop Dogs"