Louis CK’s comedy album, Sincerely Louis CK was recorded back in 2019, two years after The New York Times added further credibility to several long-standing allegations published over the years by Gawker, in which several women accused Louis CK of various non-consensual dick-yanking acts of misconduct, like masturbating in front of unwilling female comedians in hotel rooms. The stand-up special was released in April 2020. Reviews ranged from praise, to a little heavy on the self-pity. But clearly, the voters of the Recording Academy thought it was the best of the year or at least the best among the six albums nominated this year. Louis CK’s Sincerely Louis CK was up against stand-up comedy albums by Nate Bargatze, Lavell Crawford, Chelsea Handler, Lewis Black, and Kevin Hart. And last night, Louis CK took home his third Grammy Award for Best Comedy Album. This is the album where he cracks jokes about the allegations against him and now it’s a Grammy-winning comedy album. Because you know, “cancel culture “exists.
Here’s a little something for the “cancel cancel culture” crowd. Because Louis C.K. was “canceled” in 2017, and yet somehow in 2021, he’s launching a big comedy tour. First, the return of Kevin Spacey is upon us, and now the return of Louis C.K is coming. And if Bill Cosby’s comeback tour dreams come true, 2021 will really be The Year Of Icky.
Ever since Louis C.K. confirmed the longstanding rumors that he was a dick-yanking creep, and was subsequently fired and dropped from everything, he’s been trying to stage his big comeback. Between the red hair and the delusion, he’s like if Valerie Cherish were awful. And his comeback just hasn’t happened yet, because it seems that every time his name is in the news, it’s for something bad. Remember Louis LOL-ing about the n-word? Or when Louis roasted up the surviving Parkland High School shooting victims? We’ve got a new one to add to the list of Embarrassing Reasons Why Louis CK Is Trending Today, and it’s because Joe Biden sent back a donation Louis made to his 2020 Presidential campaign.
Here’s Chris Rock Enabling Louis CK And Ricky Gervais To Use The N-Word While Jerry Seinfeld Prays For Death
Making the rounds is an old clip of Chris Rock, human tug-of-war Louis CK, professional irritant Ricky Gervais, and a very uncomfortable-looking Jerry Seinfeld discussing the usage of the n-word in professional comedy and, I guess, personally? ET posted this, and if those edible panties you got in the office’s Yankee Swap haven’t given you enough in the way of cringe fuel this holiday season, this clip should do it.
Sarah Silverman was on The Howard Stern Show and she talked about her friend, joke-teller and dick-puller Louis CK. As everyone knows from their skin crawling off their body and running off far, far away, Louis CK admitted that he terrorized women with his dick by pulling it out and jacking off in front of them without their permission after several women said that he made them feel a new kind of uncomfortable by jacking off in front of them without their permission. After being gone for more than enough (aka not nearly enough time), Louis CK is on somewhat of a comeback tour (I mean, he’s gotta make that $35 million back, poor him), and his friend/fellow comedian/former jack off show audience member of one Sarah Silverman is helping him out.
Sarah spoke with Howard Stern about reconciling the #MeToo movement and the advancement of women’s rights with being friends with a guy who used to jerk it in front of unwilling females. Sarah said that she too had been a witness to Louis giving himself a happy ending, but she was different from the other girls because she was totally down with it some of the time. This is when “Being One Of The Boys” takes a sharp right turn into NOPE.
I’m willing to bet that’s the same face Norm Macdonald’s publicist made after seeing Norm question the #MeToo movement while defending Louis CK, Roseanne Barr, Chris Hardwick, and realizing they better clear their schedule. Norm gave an interview to The Hollywood Reporter to promote his upcoming Netflix series, Norm Macdonald Has a Show, and he came through with the kind of opinions that got him booted from an appearance on The Tonight Show last night.