First <a href="/news/Louis-CK-Talks-About-Doug-Stanhope-23432.aspx" target="_blank"><strong>Louis C.K.</strong></a>, now <strong>Sarah Silverman</strong>; <a href="/artists/DougStanhope" target="_blank"><strong>Doug Stanhope</strong></a>'s fellow comedians can't seem to stop singing his praises. Last night, Silverman pleaded with Hollywood to give Stanhope his own show, in a message read by her over 2 million followers on Twitter.
Back in August, <a href="/artists/DougStanhope" target="_blank"><strong>Doug Stanhope</strong></a> appeared on an episode of fellow comedian <strong>Louis C.K.</strong>'s show <em>Louie</em>, and <a href="/news/Doug-Stanhope-Gets-Rave-Reviews-For-Louie-Appearance-23250.aspx" target="_blank">got rave reviews</a> for his performance as Eddie, a suicidal, burned-out former friend of C.K.'s. Now, in the <a href="http://www.avclub.com/articles/louis-ck-walks-us-through-louies-second-season-par,62050/" target="_blank">third installment of a four-part interview</a> with the AV Club, discussing the entire season, we get C.K.'s view of that episode, including why he cast Stanhope and how the whole thing came together.<br /><br />Says C.K., "I wrote this thing and I started to hear him in my head as I wrote it.