"I made an effort to get as wide-ranging an experience as I could," the internet's spirit animal said in an interview published in The Age. "In Melbourne I did the Athenaeum, and snuck out and did a show at a little comedy club."
"Nobody in that audience had any idea who I was, which was refreshing. It had been a while since I had that experience. I did the same thing in Sydney. I got a sense of what the clubs are like."
The obvious question being: how you gonna go to a comedy club and not know who Louis C.K. is?
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