"People keep asking the question, should he be allowed to perform? And I think that’s the wrong question," the Comedy Central star says of Louis CK on The Last Laugh podcast. "This is show business and it’s not fair, just or even remotely reasonable. The question is, should you buy a ticket? And that’s up to the audience member. I’m not sure that Netflix would be completely against putting up his special. I don’t know if I would watch it, but I’ve read every single article about it. I’m just fascinated. It’s like watching somebody fall down. I certainly don’t feel bad for him. I don’t think anything happened to him. I think that he did this. And if he can fight his way back, I’m interested in watching someone drag themselves through barbed wire... Of course he’s allowed to joke about what he wants to joke about. I’d never be like, you can’t joke about Parkland. I’d think he would have a better take on it. I’m a little surprised, to be honest, about where he’s decided to go with this and the tack that he’s taken with his comeback, and who knows what the final result is going to be? But I think it’s funny to watch this guy who was the comedy god for 10 years have to eat all this sh*t."
TOPICS: Louis CK, Anthony Jeselnik, Standup Comedy