What Does the King of Comedy Think of Vulgar Humor?

Diane Sawyer goes behind the jokes with Louis C.K.
1:20 | 05/02/14

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I think somebody arbitrarily decided that -- words are. Offensive you know. I mean it's a case that some people really don't like when you talk about sex or when you use certain words are just cringed it makes them feel bad. So people figure it's. Like to -- the easy way out -- that its chief. -- version of comedy. And I just don't think that's true it thinks sex is a fascinating. Subject and it's a whole area subject because it's awkward. And it's high stakes and it makes you feel greater makes you feel terrible it's a huge array of experience. Sex so that's well worth talking about and it's what most people are thinking about most of the time. So -- that talk about it and -- -- use all the words available ticket have you -- independent. By watching someone's coming. Tom. Well like as a -- some -- -- -- and something and I know what they're doing they're doing an old trick. And their point kind of a fast one on the audience and and that but upsets me -- wish we were all kind of moving forward.

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