Articles by: Trace William Cowen
If the road never ends, why not take the occasional detour?
We might risk the journey to shed our baggage, but we’ll simply just gain new baggage along the way.
"Sleepover" offers a break from the (thoroughly enjoyable) onslaught of emotional, visceral messiness which defined the first chunk of Season Five.
'Louie' is plagued by surreal, Lynchian nightmares in "Untitled."
Whenever 'Louie' tackles the elusive concept of death, it broaches the subject with a peculiar – if not entirely skeptical – eye toward its more popular counterparts: life, rebirth, starting over.
Loneliness without celebrity is just loneliness, and Louie seems to be at odds with both.
Louie gives a young comic some valuable advice in this week's episode.
After the experimental highs of 'Louie' season four, we are now in the throes of a character in some sort of recovery mode.
"Severance" seems to suggest a slightly different Don Draper altogether — though still warring against himself, his past, and the illusion of the present.
The season three finale asks just as many questions as it answers -- which is to say, the lives of Hannah, Marnie, Jessa, and Shoshanna are as “up in the air” as ever.