Judd Apatow Says Louis C.K. Should Learn From Aziz Ansari About Making Comeback

Judd Apatow Says Louis C.K. Should Learn From Aziz Ansari About Making Comeback
Louis C.K. officially launched his comedy comeback tour in Virginia this week, his first since admitting to sexual misconduct in November 2017. The “Louie” creator’s return to stand-up comedy over the last year has created one controversy after the next, and it prompted one heated response from Judd Apatow. Following C.K.’s Parkland jokes in January, Apatow took to social media to call out the controversial comedian.

“This hacky, unfunny, shallow routine is just a symptom of how people are afraid to feel empathy,” Apatow tweeted at the time. “It’s much easier to laugh at our most vulnerable than to look at their pain directly and show them love and concern. Louis C.K. is all fear and bitterness now. He can’t look inward.”

Apatow was recently interviewed by The Daily Beast and was asked to weigh in on Louis C.K.’s first major stand-up tour.
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