When we first meet Nathan Flomm, he is sailing down a California highway in a luxury convertible, blasting Chicago's "25 or 6 to 4". Singing along, he bobs his head-- seemingly content with his life. Little does he know, he is mere hours away from ruining that very life.
FX's Louie is the best possible example of why labels like comedy and drama are utterly useless. It differs in tone, feeling and look from every other modern 30 minute sitcom. This show has countless strong points, both dramatically and comedic but, Louie defies pointless categorization.
Very few names are as revered in the world of comedy as David Steinberg. But when you've amassed the resume that he has over the last 45 years in television, it's hard to find many people to compare him to.
Shane is off for a little while, but I wanted to make sure that since we've covered most of this season, there was something posted about the Curb Your Enthusiasm finale.
Curb Your Enthusiasm aired once again on Sunday, and boy, did we have a doozy.
Last night marked the much-anticipated return of the eccentric HBO comedy Curb Your Enthusiasm.