crowd knowledge and/or AI usually fails for me as well. I just get a kick out of, “if you like [x], you’ll LOVE [this imitation]” things.
There’s a very real problem that he’s a systemic part of that’s being highlighted (rightfully imo) right now. But comedians are in a unique spot: they can joke about it later and the audience lets it slide.
He lost a few gigs and has to issue apologies and lay low for a while. He was Kevin Spacey gross but with women.
So he gets an extended vacation and isn’t the golden child anymore.
But he’ll start popping up in clubs and probably online at some point.
Ultimately this will help Louis CK’s career, just not yet and not in the same venues.
Comedians stop being funny once you get Jesus. The Bible is the only comedy you’ll ever need.
Comedians stop being funny once you get a History textbook made in America. It’s the only comedy you’ll ever need.