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There were so many comics they saw before anybody else knew their names, Denis Leary and Sam Kinison and Steven Wright and Bobcat Goldthwait... K., and they described the first time they saw him, when he was "still a teenager doing a bunch of weird experimental stuff." "He's better now," the slightly less morose of the two said, and this then led to a ritual listing, delivered in the flattest affect imaginable, of the various bits they admired most. (Probably NSFW, unless you work in some sort of clinic devoted to the intensive study of masturbation.) The next thing they told me I already knew, because I'd been reading a lot about C. recently and had spent some time talking with him, but these guys spoke with such gravity that it's only right to quote them: "He's not going to do any of those jokes tonight," the more morose guy said.
"Won't ever do them again.""Never repeats material," the other one added.
"It's a positive thing to talk about terrible things and make people laugh about them," he said during one of our conversations.
"The problem is, the more famous you get, the more people see you who didn't choose to. If we were less hating of kid-fucking, less kids would die.
"There are a lot of comedians who have the same potential, talentwise, that Louis has," Oswalt said.
"But very few have the level of commitment he does." He elaborated that even though C. is now genuinely famous and people are constantly asking him to write for and/or act in their movies, he has never abandoned stand-up; he's always working on his act, and this ruthless approach to his work is what's separated him from other comedians.
"For one, I couldn't really talk about my wife anymore.
Not that I was ever really talking about her, exactly, but now I couldn't do that at all; I couldn't talk about the woman I was divorced from. But that meant I had no idea where I was going to get material.
"I just sat in my pajamas for like two years," he said. And then eventually I climbed out of it and was just like, ' I can't do this.
When I contacted Patton Oswalt's publicist to ask if he might have a few minutes to talk to me, she said that Patton was getting on a plane at that very moment, but yes, he would of course talk about Louis.