'Louie' Season 3 Episodes
Louie - Season 3
The critically acclaimed FX original comedy series Louie is filtered through the observational humor of comedian Louis C.K. From the inventive imagination of Louis C.K., Louie puts a spotlight on C.K.'s everyday ordeals, his quest to find love and his pursuit of humor. Each episode features a scripted story and a mix of his stand-up comedy, which is original material for the series.
“Something Is Wrong”
Louie begins his day by parking in a confusing area. Then in short order, his girlfriend reads his body language and insists they stop dating, his car is off-handedly destroyed by a city repair crew, he impulsively buys a $7500 motorcycle which he then crashes, he completely annoys his ex-wife, and manages to make his ex-girlfriend completely determined to not end up in an endless empty relationship with him. At the outset, Louie also reflects on the blurring of his penis.
“Telling Jokes / Set Up”
The episode begins with Louie exchanging a few jokes with his two daughters around the dinner table. Then it skips to him telling a joke about his daughters' jokes at a local night club. Following that, he is invited to dinner by a comedian friend (Allan Havey) and his wife. He shows up to learn that he has been setup with a woman named Laurie (Melissa Leo). They don't get along well at first but end up leaving to get a drink at the end of dinner. At the bar they get along quite well until a sexual encounter afterwards goes awry due to a difference in values. They do end up deciding to go out again.
Louie travels to Miami to perform comedy shows. While swimming, Louie is rescued by a lifeguard named Ramon who thinks he is drowning. Louie and Ramon quickly develop a friendship, where Ramon shows Louie around the city, and the two often hang out. Louie prolongs his trip to spend more time with Ramon. After telling this to Ramon, their friendship becomes somewhat awkward, so they decide to part ways.
“Daddy's Girlfriend Part 1”
Louie's daughters ask Louie why he doesn't have a girlfriend. Louie begins looking for potential mates that might make a positive impression on his daughters. He approaches comedienne Maria Bamford and finds her receptive to sex, but uninterested in meeting his kids. He meets Liz (Parker Posey), a bookstore employee who makes an insightful recommendation for Lilly. Louie returns to the bookstore and asks Liz on a date, which she accepts.
“Daddy's Girlfriend Part 2”
Louie goes on a date.
“Barney / Never”
A guy dies, Louie meets a comedian, and has a bad day with a bad kid.
“Ikea / Piano Lesson”
Louie takes an old friend shopping and has a bit of an emergency.
Louie gets a rash.
“Looking for Liz / Lilly Changes”
Louie searches for a lost love and then for his daughter.
“Late Show: Part 1”
Louie gets a break. Maybe.
“Late Show: Part 2”
Louie begins a quest.
“Late Show: Part 3”
The final in a 3 Episode story.
“New Year's Eve”
Louie struggles through the holidays.