Louie (2010–2015)
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Cop Story 

Louie has an uncomfortable evening with a police officer who was once engaged to his sister.


Louis C.K.


Louis C.K. (created by), Louis C.K. (story by) | 2 more credits »

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Episode credited cast:
Louis C.K. ... Louie
Michael Rapaport ... Lenny
Aidan T.K. Baker ... Bartender (as Aidan Baker)
Michael Basile Michael Basile ... Cop #2 (as Mike Basile)
Cliff Moylan ... Cop #1
Mario Polit ... NYPD Cop
Paul Saltberg Paul Saltberg ... Knicks Fan (as Paul Saltzberg)
Clara Wong ... Andrea
Zoe Watkins ... Waitress (as Zoë Watkins)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Chris Kepford ... Priest


Louie has an uncomfortable evening with a police officer who was once engaged to his sister.

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Comedy | Drama




Release Date:

23 April 2015 (USA) See more »

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Did You Know?


Michael Rapaport's (Lenny) storyline of him being a cop who loses his gun resembles a storyline he had as a guest star on Friends, where he played a cop who lost his badge. See more »


Louie: When a person tells you that you hurt them, you don't get to decide that you didn't.
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Brother Louie
Written by Errol Brown and Tony WIlson
Performed by Ian Lloyd and The Stories
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Astounding TV
23 January 2016 | by jtpforumSee all my reviews

I really don't know what else to say about this episode of Louie other than the fact that it's one of the greatest episodes of TV I've ever seen in my life. All the usual Louie elements are there - incredible writing, beautiful photography, wonderful direction and a fantastic performance from C.K. himself - but in addition to that you have a virtuoso acting performance from Michael Rapaport who plays an annoying, imposing but emotionally blighted NYPD cop who used to date Louie's sister and who now wants to be his friend, much to the dismay of Louie. The characterization of the cop is beautifully observed in both Louie's writing and Rapaport's performance. He's a thoroughly believable character who leaps out of the screen at you. I'm constantly amazed by the acting performances in this show and this is no exception. Classic TV.

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