Or more recently: A show that, a little over a year ago, seemed on the verge of combustion—collateral damage in yet another MeToo revelation. The final episodes of Season Two aired under a looming shadow: I was a student there, too; until I called her for this story, it had been 30 years since the last time we spoke, sitting next to each other in 10th-grade math class. Are you ready? I never went onstage.
Pamela Adlon Reveals How Louis C.K. Gave Her the Confidence to Write and Direct ‘Better Things’
Pamela Adlon, Louis C.K. on how they manage chaos with ‘Better Things’
In the days since the revelations about Louis C. His stand-up, which was always brutally frank and sexually explicit, openly referenced his compulsive masturbation habits. His critically acclaimed FX show Louie feels grimmer, particularly the episode in which he clumsily forces himself on his friend. The difference, really, is that his art now feels like a smokescreen, less truthful and even more self-involved.
Pamela Adlon on Louis C.K. Aftermath: ‘It Felt Like the World Was Ending’
Jude Dry. Former collaborator Tig Notaro recently disavowed C. As unseemly rumors continue to surround the comedian and filmmaker, his fruitful collaboration with Adlon of a woman filmmaker who has benefitted greatly from C.
The creative work of the actress and director Pamela Adlon, this was a show whose subtleties often brought me to tears, a show about a mother whose love for her children made her heart burst even as her frustrations with the limitations parenthood had placed on her world made her head explode. But for many, the future of the show is complicated by the offscreen reality of Louis C. But C.