Between Kevin Spacey’s weird Frank Underwood video and Louis C.Ok.’s newest standup set, it seems to be as if Hollywood’s most infamous creepsters are ending 2018 the identical manner they started it:
By inflicting the entire world to cringe itself into oblivion.
As you will have heard, C.Ok. has been forcing his comedy on unsuspecting audiences in a manner that is uncomfortably paying homage to the actions that obtained him in hassle in the primary place.
It’s in all probability not the savviest technique for a comeback, however possibly Louis felt an irresistible compulsion to indicate the world he is nonetheless obtained it.
And by “it,” we imply the makings of the subsequent huge Fox News persona.
C.Ok. took the stage for a shock efficiency at Governor’s Comedy Club on Long Island earlier this month, and audio of his set leaked on social media Sunday evening.
The 51-year-old comedian has all the time trafficked in shock humor, however primarily based on his newest efficiency, we expect it is secure to say his time away from the highlight has pushed Louis insane.
He opened the set by complaining that he misplaced $35 million in sooner or later following accusations that he pressured a number of girls to observe him masturbate.
It’s not possible to think about how Louis thought such a “joke” was a good suggestion, however to be truthful, he could have been getting ready the viewers for the horrors to return:
“I loved New York for 20 years, now I would rather be in Auschwitz. Honestly, I would,” C.Ok. mentioned at one level.
From there, he turned his consideration to non-binary individuals, saying:
“They tell you what to call them – ‘You should address me as they, them, because I identify as gender neutral.’ Oh okay, okay. ‘You should address me as there, because I identify as a location, and the location is your mother’s c–t.'”
But as appalling because the early a part of C.Ok.’s set could have been, for many individuals, the bottom level got here towards the top, when the comedian shared his ideas on the Parkland faculty capturing survivors.
“You’re not interesting because you went to a high school where kids got shot,” C.Ok. instructed the viewers.
“Why does that mean I have to listen to you? How does that make you interesting? You didn’t get shot, you pushed some fat kid in the way!””
Needless to say, the response on social media has been lower than ecstatic:
“17 people died at my high school, my friend’s brother watched his friends die in front of him. F–k you Louis,” tweeted one former Parkland scholar.
“I’m so embarrassed that I used to think he was funny,” wrote a former fan.
“This isn’t even doubling down. He just went full-on monster.”
We assume hundreds of different individuals responded with 280 straight “yikes” emojis.
As with so a lot of his actions recently, it is powerful to think about what Louis was pondering — except it was his purpose to show that he is nonetheless a jerk-off.