Louis C.K. makes fun of Ricky Gervais for the way Gervais makes fun of Louis

By | April 13, 2011 at 11:16 am | 3 comments | Audio/Video, News | Tags: , , , , , ,

We missed this video when it was posted two days ago by Opie of the Opie and Anthony Show on Sirius XM. What can we say; sometimes we’re not the quickest. But that doesn’t mean we have to punish you by not posting at all.

So, in the video Louis C.K. — frequent O & A guest — gets ribbed mercilessly by friends, comedians Jim Norton and Ricky Gervais for approaching one of the members of Hall & Oates and telling him that he loves his music. What’s ironic is that Norton is a self-admitted goober when it comes to stalking famous people and asking them for photographs and the like.

My favorite part of the video, however, is when Louie attacks Gervais for the way Gervais cheaply makes fun of him. Check it out. It’s a great slice-of-comedy-life piece of footage. Thanks, Opie!

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  • http://youtube.com/Lawsoncomedy Lawson

    Arguably the 3 funniest guys in the English speaking world in this video.

    • Gerry

      Ricky Gervais used to be one of the funniest men alive, but his offensiveness-as-irony-and-not-much-else-to-go-on style got old pretty quickly. ‘Ooh, I’ve got AIDs,’ in this video is a pretty good example of how he differs little from the average funny bloke in the pub. Sure, it’s a stray joke in a lift, but his stand-up doesn’t go much beyond that. His movies? Ugh.

      • Dave

        Don’t talk shite…….offensiveness as irony, is called in England banter and humour……Ricky isn’t the funniest comedian in the UK but he is the funniest comedian in the US along with Louie CK which says it all really.

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