Louis C.K.'s Eugene O'Neill-esque dramedic web series about two brothers, introverted Horace and mentally ill Pete, the current owners of their family's Irish bar "Horace and Pete's", and their dysfunctional family and friends.

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Top Rated TV #94 | Nominated for 2 Primetime Emmys. Another 4 nominations. See more awards »
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 Horace (10 episodes, 2016)
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 Pete (10 episodes, 2016)
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 Sylvia (10 episodes, 2016)
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 Leon (10 episodes, 2016)
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 Kurt (10 episodes, 2016)
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 Uncle Pete (10 episodes, 2016)
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 Marsha (10 episodes, 2016)
Liza Treyger ...
 Melissa (5 episodes, 2016)
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Louis C.K.'s Eugene O'Neill-esque dramedic web series about two brothers, introverted Horace and mentally ill Pete, the current owners of their family's Irish bar "Horace and Pete's", and their dysfunctional family and friends.

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Joe Pesci was Louis C.K.'s first choice to play Uncle Pete. Pesci said he liked the script but turned it down because he thought the show would be very successful. Christopher Walken was the second choice. but Walken felt he had done the part before. Louis C.K. didn't feel Alan Alda was right for the part but gave it to him after meeting with him, Louie later admitted Alda made the part his own and better than it was written. See more »

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Horace: You alright? What's up?
Zach: I was charged $4.50 fro a Budweiser and that guy was charged $3. Just not sure why the discrepancy?
Horace: He's been coming here a long time.
Zach: So is that a privilege for just that one guy?
Horace: Some people pay $4.50 and some people pay $3.
Zach: Ok. How do you decide that? Is there like a list?
Horace: If he looks like him he pays $3 and if he looks like you he pays $4.50.
Zach: So just out and out discrimination? Are you aware how unfair and totally not okay that is?
Horace: Here's the thing. You're getting ...
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Compelling
6 March 2016 | by (London) – See all my reviews

I love what Louis is trying to do here. And I think this is one of the few instances when that sentence can still be taken as a huge compliment. Because once out of Louis' hands and into the content devouring public, it really is up to the individual what they take from this. Whether you watch it with an open heart or mind or dismiss it as slow moving nonsense. I believe his aim with this is truly altruistic and comes from the same place as his comedy, a place of compassion, disbelief at the clucked up nature of humanity and the world, and an almost hopeless sense of wanting to change this and make a difference. I notice this same thing in Hicks and Carlin, I guess Louis doesn't get quite as angry.

I think it's beautiful, autobiographical in parts and thought provoking with the thought going towards reconciliation in most cases. Characters in there that we'd all recognize from our own lives, how to deal with them is ultimately up to us I guess?

Thank you Louis. Genuinely. I love this, appreciate you making it (you didn't have to after all) and agree whole heartily that it is a work of art. (and that's not pretentious because it £$%&ing well is)

*Edited to add - If you enjoyed the show check out his conversion recently on Marc Marons podcast. So interesting to get an insight to how it all happened. Heartwarming and the stories from the show and the characters are incredible.


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