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July 13, 2012


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Love the episode, and it's great to see Louie make the list at all, but I would have liked to have seen something with a bit more cultural force, like "Poker" or "Duckling." All told, still a great choice.

Robert David Sullivan

"Duckling" came out too late to make the list, as did "Eddie" and the great episodes involving Pamela in Season 2. If I ever update the list, Louie will almost certainly be more prominent.

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