Louis CK performs first standup set since sexual misconduct allegations

Louis CK performs first standup set since sexual misconduct allegations

Louis CK performs first standup set since sexual misconduct allegations

The comedian performed in a surprise gig at New York's Comedy Cellar on Sunday night almost 10 months after five women came forward alleging inappropriate sexual conduct. The comedian returned to the stage Sunday night at New York's Comedy Cellar, which was heavily featured on his show "Louie". Noam Dworman, owner of the Comedy Cellar (where the Saturday night performance went down) said that he did "typical Louis C.K. stuff", touching on racism, waitresses' tips and parades. The comic touched on racism, waitresses' tips and parades, and Dworman noted "it sounded just like he was trying to work out some new material, nearly like any time of the last 10 years he would come in at the beginning of a new act".

Louis C.K. received a "standing ovation" over the weekend at his first show since admitting his sexual misconduct.

He said that one man who was in the audience called the club on Monday to complain about the comedian's surprise appearance. The social standards about how to respond to errant behavior are inconsistent, he said, and now shifting ever faster, and audiences should have the leeway to decide what to watch themselves.

Following the allegations, Louis C.K. admitted sexual misconduct, saying: "I have to reconcile it with who I am".

"I believe people can grow and change, but this urgency to bring him (and others) back SO soon just sends such a bad message", she tweeted.

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"Will take heat for this but people have to be allowed to serve their time and move on with their lives", Black said.

'I had thought that the first time he'd go on would be in a more controlled environment. Bluntly, no. C.K.'s entire comedy was predicated on the idea that he was a biased asshole, but an honest one - a person who saw through the bullshit routines governing most human behavior, and could cut to a point by way of honesty.

Louis C.K. was one of the many men to be toppled by the #MeToo movement past year.

"I care about my customers very much", he said.

"Since speaking out, I've experienced vicious and swift backlash from women and men, in and out of the comedy community", Corry wrote in a Vulture essay in May".

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