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FX's 'Louie': Less lively than a Pet Rock

Louieck I'm not saying you'll enjoy FX's new comedy Louie -- oh, I am sooooo not saying it -- but you ought to watch anyway. Never before in the history of television has anybody stuck a rolling list of credits on a test pattern and tried to pass it off as an actual program. Unless NBC follows through on its rumored plan to air a half hour of pure static in the middle of its Thursday-night comedy bloc (its programming department is trying to choose between that and a remake of Punky Brewster with an all-gerbil cast) Louie is likely to stand until eternity as the ultimate embodiment of TV minimalism. To truly understand the profundity of my revulsion with Louie, read my full review in Tuesday's Miami Herald.

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