Tig Notaro wrote an entire sitcom episode about Louis C.K.'s alleged sexual misconduct. Here's how to watch it.

Saturday, 11 November 2017, 11:24:08 PM. Several women have accused Louis C.K. of sexual assault. Now may be a good time to watch Tig Notaro's 'One Mississippi' episode about Louis.
Share Culture Louis CK rape Sexual Assault Amazon Prime On Thursday, five women accused comedian Louis C.K. of sexual harassment and assault in The New York Times, shocking fans of his brand of candid humor. One person not surprised, though, is fellow stand-up Tig Notaro. She had accused Louis C.K. of inappropriate behavior on behalf of women who had confided in her that the comedian is a predator. Notaro even devoted an episode of her Amazon comedy series, One Mississippi—produced by Louis C.K.—to a character who does pretty much what C.K. is accused of. It's a harrowing watch in light of today's news. C.K.'s modus operandi is very specific, according to his alleged victims. The women say that he either masturbated in front of them or asked if he could. "He proceeded to take all of his clothes off, and get completely naked, and started masturbating,” Comedian Dana Min Goodman told TheTimes. Another performer, Abby Schachner, said C.K. was masturbating while on the phone with her in 2003. Notaro's One Mississippi episode, "Can't Fight This Feeling" seems to be a thinly veiled take-down of the comedian. In Season 2 of the series, the character Kate (played by Notaro's wife, actress Stephanie Allynne), who works at a radio station, is pitching an idea for a new show to her boss (Timm Sharp). She's mid-sentence when she notices that her boss is, in fact, masturbating below his desk. Keep up with this story and more by subscribing now Kate begins to consider Tig differently....Read more
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