An Animated Louis CK on How the Colonists Came to America and Screwed It All Up (NSFW)

I suspect parents of school-aged children will find much to relate to in the Lord’s frustration with mankind, above, whether or not they’re prone to venting in comedian Louis CK’s patented NSFW language.

Who among us has not turned our back for a few moments, only to discover upon our return the house in shambles, the nutritious snack we set out passed over in favor of junk.

(“Just eat the shit on the floor! I left shit all over the floor! Fuckin’ corn and wheat and shit, grind it up and make some bread—what are you doing!?”)

It’s no wonder animators are drawn to CK. His distinctive voice and impeccable timing have earned him a starring role as a talking dog in a CGI feature to be released in 2016. Prior to striking it big with the series Louie, he was a frequent visitor on “Dr” Jonathan Katz’s couch. His over-the-top standup spiels provide the unauthorized flash animator with an embarrassment of riches.

Canadian film student John Roney, whose YouTube channel boasts spoofs of Game of Thrones and the Magic Schoolbus, keeps his visuals understated, mining CK’s 2011 performance at New York City’s Beacon Theater for the 2-dimensional realm.

It could have been so much grosser.

Turn down the sound and Roney’s adaptation could be high quality children’s programming, the kind most of us godlike parents eventually accept as a necessary evil. Well, maybe not the part where those Aztec kids bowl Louis’ head down the pyramids (right above)…though they, like Roney’s other mildly observed human and animal characters, add to the funny. Here’s the original clip from the Beacon Theater show:

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Ayun Halliday is an author, homeschooler, and Chief Primatologist of the East Village Inky zine. Follow her @AyunHalliday


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