Louis C.K.

The "Nanette" star, who takes aim at the disgraced comedian's comeback attempt in her new Netflix comedy special, says C.K. "still honestly thinks he's the victim."
The irony of the comedian's copyright warning wasn't lost on the "Top Chef" host.
Manuel Oliver, whose son Joaquin died last year during the school shooting, wants the disgraced comedian to know his jokes aren’t funny.
The admitted sexual harasser sold out three shows in San Jose this week, and also doubled down on his Parkland jokes.
Carrey called out the comedian for mocking Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students in his latest set.
His routine ranged from commentary on Louis C.K. to ex-girlfriend Ariana Grande.
The comedian also disparaged the survivors of the Parkland high school massacre.
Fred Guttenberg, who lost his daughter in the Feb. 14 mass shooting, offered the comedian could "come to my house and try out your new pathetic jokes."
A bootleg recording of a performance by the disgraced comedian was shared online on Sunday.
A resurfaced clip of the comedians throwing around "n****r" has stunned the internet.
The disgraced comedian's announced shows at the Comedy Cellar drew protesters.
C.K. "victimized women for decades and lied about it,” comedian Rebecca Corry said after Silverman revealed she let her friend masturbate in front of her.
Silverman revealed that he used to masturbate in front of her with her consent, saying it was different because he wasn't in a position of power with her.
No one is due a prestigious job. Especially not if they stand accused of mistreating people.
Audience members say the disgraced comedian didn't address his sexual misconduct yet again and his jokes came close to the line.
“F**k it! Sweep the floor at Starbucks until you learn! If you can’t learn, you don’t belong in the boardroom," Fonda said.
She also called the Trump family "a bunch of monsters" during her interview with HuffPost.