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Pulp Comics: Louis C.K.'s Filthy Stupid Talent Show (1999)

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Louis C.K. ... Himself - Host
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Pete Correale ... (as Peter Correale)
Patrick J.P. Duffy Patrick J.P. Duffy ... (as Patrick Duffy)
Jim Earl Jim Earl ... The Reluctant Male Stripper
Chris Edwards Chris Edwards
Hugh Fink ... Hugh Penny the Diabetic Violinist
Jon Glaser ... Nixony the Cow / Sheriff John (voice)
Greg Hahn Greg Hahn ... Hi Energy Greg Diatsu
Tammy Lang Tammy Lang ... Hula Girl
Rev. Bob Levy Rev. Bob Levy ... Bob Tyler the Jew Wrestler (as Bob Levy)
Ron Lynch ... The Amazing Renaldo
Jon Rubin Jon Rubin ... Sheriff John
Sam Seder ... Seth the Jew
Nancy Shayne ... Mother
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USA

Language:

English

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1999 (USA) See more »

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Has to be seen to be believed
3 December 2013 | by mucyncdwSee all my reviews

This is a talent show hosted by Louis CK, where he shares a stage with a pretend cowboy playing a piano, and a talking cow who lives inside a television set. People come on stage and show their talent. Further explanation is futile.

It is terrible, but intentionally so. However compared to his other work it still fails. But does it? Is it a double bluff? Will he retrofit this assessment as his justification for it? Questions are all you can ask about this show and the answers don't exist.

Louis CK has successfully, perhaps unintentionally, created a show that needs to be discovered on YouTube at 2AM, with poor sound quality, 10 years after its original broadcast. In this setting, this show is so surreal it has you questioning if, in fact, this ever existed at all. Are actually experiencing a malarian dream?

My advice is make sure you have a copy as proof that it exists. So you can show it to the psychologist when they don't believe you. I have a sneaking suspicion that actually, its just a blank video and I imagined the entire thing.


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