Though he was well established behind-the-scenes of the comedy world 13 years ago — having written for Dana Carvey, David Letterman and Chris Rock — Louis C.K., was, by no means the comedy superstar he is today. Like most working comics, he took jobs that would hopefully propel him to the next level of success and/or provide a quality training ground, wherein he could hone his comedic chops.
Such was the situation with indie flick Tuna the Movie from 2000, wherein C.K. is joined by the likes of a very blonde (and very not-bearded) Nick Offerman as well as a four-year-old Angus T. Jones of Two-And-A-Half Men fame. Kevin Corrigan and David Krumholtz, among others, also make appearances in the hour-long comedy centered around seemingly unrelated characters in or around automobiles. For some reason the entire film, written by Adam DeCoster and directed by Bob Byington, just surfaced online. And with the magic of embedding technology, you can watch the entire thing below. Enjoy!