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), Peretti is a long-time favorite of the comedy scene who’s getting mainstream attention now—and deservedly so.

Here, then, are ten times when Chelsea Peretti proved she might actually be “one of the greats.” 1.

"Kiss on the lips'd be nice," the officer says nonchalantly. Just like a kiss on the lips is all." Low Point: Louie obliges. When: Season two, "Bummer/Blueberries" The Situation: Lonesome Louie calls up an associate for a long-shot date, lucks out, then inadvertently participates in the hit-by-a-truck decapitation of a homeless man. Louie gets turned on enough by her romanticization of comedy and her treating him like both an equal and a student to move in for the smooch. When: Season two, "Duckling" The Situation: On a USO tour of Afghanistan, Louie tries to make conversation with this 19-year-old cheerleader (played by Lily Robbins, whom Louie actually did a USO tour with), striking out when asking if she's familiar with the work of Led Zeppelin, Van Halen, and Aerosmith. But the phone calls we've seen in season three aren't walks in the park, either. Janet knows all the shortcuts straight to Louie's Shame Center.

When: Season one, "Travel Day/South" The Situation: After having his life saved from the threat of a guy with a gun, Louie's open to the cop's subtle suggestion for repayment. that's kind of a bummer." Louie's left, as usual, stammering. Louie has to be wondering whether he'll ever catch a break. They get a little tipsy; she gives him essential career advice about doing the work and surviving. This one veers away from misery only in its final instant, when Louie tunes out Ellen's totally inaccessible concept of a beautiful relationship. "Do you realize that you might be wasting four years of both of our lives because you can't say bye, see ya right now, because in this second that feels weird? When: Season three, "Something Is Wrong" and "Miami" (so far) The Situation: They were once married. Low Point: Presumably their divorce, or the stretch leading up to it.

I've seen Louie CK around, in Parks and Recreation mostly, but never any of his specials or stand up.

Of course I know his reputation and that people love him.

Low Point: Tarese calls out Louie on his creepy, naked attempt to exercise a fetish. The resulting conversation, where nothing is said and everything is awkward, is crushing. Complicated as usual, only with tons of sexual-orientation anxiety added on. 1" The Situation: Louie's first onscreen comic-on-comic rendezvous is with the hilarious Maria Bamford. "Kiss on the lips'd be nice," the officer says nonchalantly. Just like a kiss on the lips is all." Low Point: Louie obliges. When: Season two, "Bummer/Blueberries" The Situation: Lonesome Louie calls up an associate for a long-shot date, lucks out, then inadvertently participates in the hit-by-a-truck decapitation of a homeless man. Louie gets turned on enough by her romanticization of comedy and her treating him like both an equal and a student to move in for the smooch. When: Season two, "Duckling" The Situation: On a USO tour of Afghanistan, Louie tries to make conversation with this 19-year-old cheerleader (played by Lily Robbins, whom Louie actually did a USO tour with), striking out when asking if she's familiar with the work of Led Zeppelin, Van Halen, and Aerosmith. But the phone calls we've seen in season three aren't walks in the park, either. Janet knows all the shortcuts straight to Louie's Shame Center.