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  1. 'Louie' Season 5 finale death sends the show to a dark placeRead the original story

    10 hrs ago | Zap2it.com

    Fans tuning into the "Louie" Season 5 finale Thursday were in store for a surprise as the show's fifth season ending was much darker and more depressing than it was funny. Louie is on the road again when the season ends, this time in Oklahoma.

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  2. TV Tonight: 'Aquarius' premiere; 'Louie' season finale; 'Wayward Pines'Read the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | OregonLive.com

    "500 Questions": The "event series" ends with a two-hour finale. The ratings haven't been so great, which leads me to think a trivia-stumper question a few years from now might be, "What was '500 Questions?'" "Wayward Pines": Things just keep getting creepier in that quaint little Idaho town.

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  3. Channel Surfer: Thursday's TVRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Amarillo.com

    In today's TV Picks, Charlie Manson inspires NBC to try a new way of broadcasting, "Bones" gets the munchies, "Louie" signs off for the season , and more. "Bones" : The team investigates the death of a cookie-jar collector, while Booth reacts to Brennan's decision to kick him out until he gets his gambling addiction under control.

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  4. Thursday's TV picks: So long 'Louie' in Season 5 finaleRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | SiliconValley.com

    "Aquarius" : It's the dawning of a new age for David Duchovny , who returns to network television in this gripping, 13-episode slice of "historical fiction." He plays an L.A. detective searching for a missing girl in 1967 -- a probe that leads to a band of drifters who have come under the sway of Charles Manson .

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  5. Thursday's TV Highlights: Louis C.K. and moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Los Angeles Times

    Louis C.K. pulls double duty with the season finale of "Louie" followed by a new standup special on FX David Duchovny plays a cop on the trail of Charles Manson in the 1960s-set crime drama "Aquarius" on NBC Aquarius David Duchovny plays an LAPD homicide detective, and "Game of Thrones'" Gethin Anthony is cult leader Charles Manson in this new crime drama set in the 1960s. 9 p.m. NBC Maron "24's" Mary Lynn Rajskub and Lucy Davis from the U.K. version of "The Office" guest star on a new episode of the Marc Maron sitcom.

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  6. TV listings: Thursday, May 28, 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Washington Post

    "Bones" takes the cooking competition fad one step further while investigating the murder of a well-known cookie jar collector, and the killer who may just be a fellow kitchenware enthusiast. SERIES PREMIERE : Reviewed by TV critic Hank Stuever on Page C1, the drama series "Aquarius" , which is set in 1967, focuses on the disappearance of the teenage daughter of a respected lawyer, which pushes a Los Angeles detective to enlist the help of younger, hipper-looking officers to find her in the free-love/druggie-hippie scene.

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  7. Women of - HACF' Form Mutiny in Season TwoRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Cincinnati CityBeat

    With Joe and Gordon commanding much of the first season of '80s tech drama Halt and Catch Fire - which ended quite disastrously for the characters - it only makes sense that this season focuses more on Cameron and Donna. Besides infiltrating the boy's club of the early tech world , the women are building their own gaming startup, Mutiny.

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  8. 'Your Family or Mine's' Adrian Gonzalez: 'This...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 26 | Examiner.com

    Adrian Gonzalez is laughing it up in the recurring role of the well-meaning but occasionally confused Enzo on TBS 's new sitcom, Your Family or Mine . LA Fan Cultures Examiner recently caught up with the actor to discuss joining a comedy ensemble that includes Ed Begley Jr .

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  9. What To Watch This Week On TV: Bear's Back; Marilyn's 'Secret Life'Read the original story

    Monday May 25 | Towleroad

    Check out our weekly guide to make sure you're catching the big premieres, crucial episodes and the stuff you won't admit you watch when no one's looking. -Nine seasons of America's Got Talent down, and, to be honest, we're still not convinced.

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  10. 'Louie' hits the road in latest episode, and the road hits him right backRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Mashable

    "The Road Part 1" follows our hapless hero as he embarks on the first leg of a U.S. comedy tour. As usual, things don't go Louie's way, with the comedian enduring an uncomfortable plane ride, living in a sketchy motel, failing to help a lost child, losing luggage and nearly missing another flight.

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  11. 'Louie' episode 5x07 review: 'The Road Part 1'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | TheCelebrityCafe

    Considering the entire series follows a stand-up comedian's life, it's almost inconceivable to think Louis C.K. hasn't yet dramatized on Louie the slog-ridden travels of touring comedy until this week "The Road Part 1." That said, despite chronicling C.K.'s efforts to bring laughter to cities across America, this penultimate episode is definitively the most cynical chapter in this fifth season thus far. It's here where the off-kilter comedy revitalized throughout the year becomes short circuited to display candidly the frustrations and misery of a 47-year-old comedian, away from home and family and dealing with his social insecurities and other hassles in environments he simply can't enjoy.

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  12. TV This Week May 24 - 30: 'The Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Los Angeles Times

    Hello, Norma Jean: Kelli Garner stars in Lifetime's new two-part bio-pic "The Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe" "Louie" ends its fifth season, followed by a new standup special "Louis C.K.: Live at the Comedy Store" on FX. Ringo Starr is among the honorees at the "2015 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony" Saturday on HBO.

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  13. Do women really love the 'dad bod'?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    John Hamm, arguably the hunkiest man in America, does not have washboard abs. Photo: Kimberly White, Getty Images For Breakthrough Pr While he looked very trim singing a hilarious tribute to Letterman recently, Adam Sandler has often embodied the dad physique.

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  14. How Amy Schumer Became This Generation's Latest Truth-TellerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | Dallas Observer

    During " Compliments ," a first-season sketch on Inside Amy Schumer , a group of female friends respond to every bit of praise with a verbal self-maiming: "I tried to look like Kate Hudson but ended up looking like a golden retriever's dingleberry," says one. Sighs another, "Of course I see everyone when I look like Susan Boyle's toothbrush."

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  15. Do women really dig the 'dad bod'?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | News Times

    John Hamm, arguably the hunkiest man in America, does not have washboard abs. Photo: Kimberly White, Getty Images For Breakthrough Pr While he looked very trim singing a hilarious tribute to Letterman recently, Adam Sandler has often embodied the dad physique.

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  16. Turns Out, Being Progressive And Religious Is HilariousRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | ThinkProgress

    Or so argues the first episode of stand-up comic Jim Gaffigan's new show, aptly titled The Jim Gaffigan Show . The program had a bumpy road to production , but the first season is finally set to air this summer, and last week Gaffigan released the first episode for free on his website .

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  17. Charles Passy: Why Cher was right about LettermanRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | MarketWatch

    In case you missed it - or missed the many headlines that inevitably followed it - here's all you need to know about Louis C.K.'s opening monologue from last weekend's "Saturday Night Live": The veteran comic tried to make a joke out of child molestation. Yes, he went there.

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  18. How Amy Schumer Became This Generation's Latest Truth-TellerRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | The Village Voice

    During " Compliments ," a first-season sketch on Inside Amy Schumer , a group of female friends respond to every bit of praise with a verbal self-maiming: "I tried to look like Kate Hudson but ended up looking like a golden retriever's dingleberry," says one. Sighs another, "Of course I see everyone when I look like Susan Boyle's toothbrush."

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  19. Why Cher was right about LettermanRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | MarketWatch

    In case you missed it - or missed the many headlines that inevitably followed it - here's all you need to know about Louis C.K.'s opening monologue from last weekend's "Saturday Night Live": The veteran comic tried to make a joke out of child molestation. Yes, he went there.

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  20. Did Louis C.K. go too far on 'SNL'?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | WKBT

    Host Louis C.K. is no stranger to edgy comedy -- as seen on his critically acclaimed FX series "Louie" -- and his nine-minute monologue shocked some on social media. The comedian remarked on his experiences growing up in the 1970s, first pointing out that no one was offended by racist language at that time . 2 comments