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You Missed Louis C.K. Performing At Least Three Surprise Sets Last Night In Hollywood

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Louis C.K. (Photo by Andrew H. Walker/Getty Images)
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What's better than one stand-up act by Louis C.K. and/or Judd Apatow? Try three (that we know of at the moment). The two comedians went on a tear last night when they dropped in on a series of surprise sets around Hollywood.

At the Comedy Store, C.K. popped up unannounced at the Original Room:


His appearance came amid a show at the Original Room that was already loaded with notable talent. Apatow, Ali "Baby Cobra" Wong, Daily Show alum Al Madrigal, and Dave Attell (of the late classic Insomniac) were all on the bill:

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One paltry surprise appearance is hardly enough, especially when you're performing at the vaunted (and probably haunted) Comedy Store. As such, C.K. stopped by "SecretShow" as well, which was happening a stone's throw away at the Main Room:


Apatow and Attell also joined him for an unannounced routine:

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Frances Bean Cobain, Kurt Cobain's daughter, was there to take in this largesse of humor at the Main Room:

The Comedy Store wasn't the only spot to be gifted with wry, slightly-absurdist, but painfully-honest observational humor: C.K., Apatow, and Attell also made a pitstop at Hollywood Improv on the same night. The latter two were named in the night's roster, but C.K. was surprise pop-up.

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What's up with the round of appearances? C.K. may be gearing up to do some promo work for two stand-up series that are slated for release via Netflix, reports Rolling Stone. The first special, titled 2017, was filmed in Washington D.C. His last stand-up special was 2015's Louis C.K. Live From the Comedy Store, which was filmed at, yes, The Comedy Store.