Series two of Louie, America's most talked-about comedy, begins on Tuesday, screening immediately after the last episode of series one.
And Louie's life in New York is about to become more complicated, as he tries to juggle life as a single dad with his gig as a stand-up comic. Our clip will give you a taste, and you can scroll down to discover exactly why the show has become a runaway hit.
The second series of the award-winning US comedy starts immediately after the last episode of series one this week. Find out why the critics just love Louie.
Real life comedian Louis CK - whose recent stand-up shows in London garnered rave reviews - plays Louie, who also happens to be a stand-up, raising two daughters in his native New York.
At times you couldn't even remotely call it amusing, and at times you're left open-mouthed - particularly so when, in an episode in series one, he turns on a heckler. But at times it is brilliantly funny and there is nobody on TV doing a show quite like it. Here's what the US critics had to say when the second series aired in the States back in 2011:
"Dating, working, friendship, the mixed bag of wonderfulness and tedium that is raising kids – all of these things clearly take up a huge amount of real estate in Louis C.K.'s mind, and watching him tenaciously sort through his reactions to challenges in those arenas is always interesting, occasionally profound and frequently funny." - Maureen Ryan, Huffington Post
"Still funny and still not for everyone. Louie remains very much a taste that you either acquire--or don't." - Verne Gay, Newsday