Louie has an unsettling encounter on his way to a first "non-date," prompting some sparkling conversation. ("We're constantly on the edge of existence and nothing.") He also receives an intriguing proposition while dropping off Jane at school. Stand-up topics include the New York subways and negative body image (his own).
Louie looks for a new home. Suffice to say, it's a quixotic search. Louie's stand-up topics include the British royal family's ethnicity and his own financial inadequacies. Donna Hanover plays a real-estate agent.
Louie has a rough show in Atlantic City, but he does get some career advice from Joan Rivers (playing herself), who's appearing at the same casino. "What we do is a calling," she tells him. "We make people happy." Louie's stand-up topics include intestinal distress and casino gambling's downsides.
Louie takes his daughters on a road trip to visit his elderly aunt in Pennsylvania, where the girls experience culture shock. In his stand-up segment, Louie explains why he prefers Tom Sawyer to Huckleberry Finn.
Louie's distraught sister drops off her daughter (Gideon Adlon) at Grand Central Station and gets back on the train that brought them to New York. Comedians Godfrey, Todd Barry and Nick DiPaolo appear as themselves.