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and Pamela Adlon share an infinitely watchable rapport onscreen. was instrumental in getting the show greenlit, pitching an Adlon show to FX president John Landgraf. He was interviewing his friend and collaborator at a recent Tribeca TV Festival screening of “Better Things,” and had just asked her how she knew she could create her own show. Standing to the side of the theater, Adlon shouted “Fuck you! He ended on a genuine note, “Pamela has accomplished all this while simultaneously raising her three kids on her own.
published its explosive investigation about Louis C.K.’s harassment — which, according to the , involved C. masturbating in front of, or on the phone with, women pursuing careers in comedy — some fans may have looked back at key moments in his work to search for on-camera signs of his off-camera indiscretions. At the time the episode was broadcast, plenty of TV critics and recappers zeroed in on its most controversial scene, where C.called “Pamela, Part 1.” That half-hour aired on FX in 2014, two years after Gawker published a blind item about C. that matches practically verbatim the story that Dana Min Goodman and Julia Wolov eventually told reporters Melena Ryzik, Cara Buckley, and Jodi Kantor about him masturbating in front of them at the U. K.’s Louie corners his friend Pamela (played by Pamela Adlon, his real-life writing partner) and forces himself on her. In the FX comedy, which returns for Season 2 Thursday (10 ET/PT), Pamela Adlon’s Sam is raising a 16-year-old daughter who’s dating a 30-something Euro-hipster; a middle daughter who’s sent home from school after using the boys’ bathroom; and her youngest, whose truth-or-dare games are way too adult for a 9-year-old. In its first season, earned critical acclaim, including an Emmy acting nomination for Adlon, 51, for her warts-and-all look at Sam, an actress who spreads herself thin raising her daughters, jousting with her politically incorrect mother, Phil (Celia Imrie), seeking acting work and trying to maintain a bit of a personal life.Sometimes, the only moment of peace and solitude for Sam, a single mother of three girls, is when she’s sitting on the toilet. Things don’t get easier: She’s still trying to separate eldest daughter Max (Mikey Madison) from her older boyfriend without alienating the rebellious teen, while tending to the needs of Max’s younger sisters, Frankie (Hannah Alligood) and Duke (Olivia Edward).“Everybody’s growing and changing.