Louis CK visited Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon in anticipation of the 5th season premiere of his hit FX series Louie airing tomorrow, April 9th at 10:30pm ET.
Watch the nearly 10 minutes of videos below.
After emphasizing how much he does not dance, Louis CK spoke about a little political event he did with New York City Mayor Bill Deblasio, where Deblasio would say something “polite about it – a subject” and “I would say the bad thing.” For example:
“He has a goal of zero pedestrians deaths in NYC. The only way you’re gonna get there is if you have zero stupid people.”
And “It used to be lions and now it’s taxis. It’s like natural selection.”
The rest of the story is about how he did a whole thing with poop in his pants. It’s like straight from an episode of Louie. You gotta listen to him tell it for the full effect.
The other video is about when Fallon auditioned for The Dana Carvey Show. Louis was a head writer when this “young adorable little boy” walked in. Playing guitar, singing songs about troll dolls, and he would then turn around and wiggle his ass. Louis CK said he shook his ass a bunch of times. Fallon said it was only once (his George Michael impression).
Louis CK: “The truth lies between us somewhere.”
The women said, “He has to be on it. He’s gonna be a huge star.”
Louis said he would quit the show if he was hired. “I was dead against you…We did get canceled. You would have been in some ditch with your troll dolls and your fine ass.”
Louis CK does a great Jimmy Fallon impression.
Louie 5.1 “Pot Luck” airs this Thursday, April 9th at 10:30 pm ET on FX. The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon airs weekday nights at 11:35pm ET on NBC.
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