September 20, 2012 Leave a comment
In a stereotypical sitcom, when the lead tells his ex-wife that he has a shot at replacing David Letterman on the teevee, but that it would mean less time taking care of their kids, the ex-wife would berate the lead for putting career ahead of family. Don’t worry that Louie abandons all of that. Louie still gets berated, but it’s from a different angle. Janet wants him to advance his career.
JANET: Forget the kids. The kids. I got the kids. You go do this. You go get this job. You go get this job.