by Ben Howard
Ben and Jesse breakdown why Louis C.K. is wonderful in spite of his
occasionally vulgar subject matter, and what his understanding of human
nature means to for Christianity and Church. They also explore the
soul-crushing, yet hilarious shows It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia and
The League to see what they have to say about society, humanity, and
whether or not they're both secretly live action cartoons.
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