Louis C. K.
If I owned a network, I would never let a guy just put people on without telling me who they are.
I’m not a political comedian. That’s just not what I do.
I’m not sure why I’m so often disgusting on stage. I don’t always know where it comes from.
I’ve tried to do away with lying in my life in the last few years, but it’s hard.
I’m enjoying the work while I get it right now.
I do feel a lot of times like I’m out of my league with my kids in terms of what my responsibility is.
I like being full, every day, with stuff that I have to do.
You know, the people who do indie film and decide who gets those little budgets? They’re mean, man. They’re cold and very cool-oriented.
Anytime you see a bit where some stranger does something to me, it’s me.
I could never sit down and write jokes.
To me, it’s very exhilarating when somebody else does a great thing, and it’s not me.
You can’t direct without a good crew.
When you’re a father in a marriage, you sort of become the mother’s assistant. And you sort of get a list from her every day and you run down the list and it feels very much like a chore.
Everything that people say is testable.
It’s easier to cancel a show if it’s expensive.