So there are these rumors about C.K. jerking off in front of unconsenting women who are also comedians and generally sexually harassing people with less fame or power than he has. The rumors haven't been substantiated and are mostly anonymous at this point, which makes it impossible to really address journalistically, but there are enough of them that a friend of mine just can't bring herself to watch "Horace and Pete," which I totally understand, especially because, when you cut out the middle man, like C.K. did in producing this show, it becomes even more clear that you're giving the money directly to the artist. And if that artist is an asshole, it is even more of a problem than normal. And I think this friend would otherwise really like the show if it weren't for that. So, Louis, if you're doing shit like that, apologize and stop it and get your shit together, because even if you can't see that it hurts the people you are allegedly harassing, surely you see that the very model of production you've embraced forces people to see your art as part of your person and if the person is shitty—even if he makes a show about being a shitty person—it can irrevocably hurt the art.