My thoughts on Louie's brilliant, inspiring “Late Show” trilogy, and its ties to depressive cycles:
"The most difficult aspect of depression is breaking the cycle, because that’s what it is. Much like the episodes of a television show, one wakes up to the sad opening titles, and falls asleep to the same, dark credits. Nothing ever changes, because you never change. Louie's “Late Night” trilogy is a great work of art, because it details the breaking of this cycle. We have been following this sad sack for three years now, and watched him fail, continuously. Here, he appears to fail yet again, but he does not.”
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My thoughts on Louie's brilliant, inspiring “Late Show” trilogy, and its ties to depressive cycles:

"The most difficult aspect of depression is breaking the cycle, because that’s what it is. Much like the episodes of a television show, one wakes up to the sad opening titles, and falls asleep to the same, dark credits. Nothing ever changes, because you never change. Louie's “Late Night” trilogy is a great work of art, because it details the breaking of this cycle. We have been following this sad sack for three years now, and watched him fail, continuously. Here, he appears to fail yet again, but he does not.”

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