Leftist icon pokes women in eye.

Women upset.

Too bad. They got what they deserved.

Though Louis C.K. received a standing ovation when he made a surprise appearance at a comedy club on Sunday night, some of his jokes left female audience members feeling ‘uncomfortable’.

The comedian performed a 15-minute set for an audience of around 115 people at the Comedy Cellar in New York City’s Greenwich Village – his first since admitting to sexual misconduct allegations against him.

Two women in the audience told Vulture his set included a joke with the phrase ‘clean as a whistle’, which built up to a joke about how rape whistles are not clean.

‘When he said ‘rape whistle’ people were laughing, and I was just sitting there like ”oh my f***.” This is so uncomfortable and so disgusting. Everyone around me was laughing. That was just depressing,’ one woman said.

The comedian appeared at around 11pm and dressed in a black V-neck shirt and gray pants, performed a set of ‘typical Louis C.K stuff,’ including racism, tipping waitresses and parades, Noam Dworman, the owner of the Comedy Cellar, told the New York Times.

Two women, who prefer to remain anonymous, told Vulture that Louis C.K,’s surprise performance ‘felt like he was being thrust upon the audience without telling them.’

However, she said the audience was ‘very loud’ when he appeared and were ‘clearly supportive’.

But there appeared to be a divide in the audience, according to one of the women.

‘There were at least four to five females that I could see, and three or four of them were not having it. They were just looking at him, deadpan, straight, not having it.’

Louis C.K. became one of the dozens of men who have been disgraced by allegations of sexual misconduct amid the rise of the #MeToo movement.

In November, five women came forward to the New York Times with allegations of inappropriate behavior by Louis C.K. in November.

Their allegations included numerous instances where he masturbated in front of them.

In a statement shortly after the report was published, he expressed remorse and admitted: ‘These stories are true.’

FX Networks cancelled its deal with the comedian, Netflix scrapped plans for an upcoming stand-up special and HBO removed his work from its on demand video streaming service.

The release of C.K.’s feature film ‘I Love You, Daddy’ – which he wrote, directed and starred in – was shelved. The movie featured scenes that were a reflection of his inappropriate behavior.

Dworman, the club owner, wasn’t at the venue – which is well-known as one where famous comics appear to perform surprise sets – on Sunday night.

But he said his staff messaged him about Louis C.K.’s appearance and he watched a tape of it.

He said the sold-out crowd at the club gave him a standing ovation before he even began his set.

Dworman said the comedian was ‘very relaxed,’ adding: ‘It sounded just like he was trying to work out some new material, almost like any time of the last 10 years he would come in at the beginning of a new act.’

He said that only one man who was in the audience called the club on Monday to complain about the comedian’s surprise appearance.

But he said a number of others responded to the club’s routine follow-up email to say they were glad they caught the set.

Although Dworman said he cares about ‘doing the right thing,’ he believes he is in a difficult position.

‘There can’t be a permanent life sentence on someone who does something wrong,’ he said.

But he also said he was surprise at how quickly Louis C.K. has decided to start performing again.

‘I had thought that the first time he’d go on would be in a more controlled environment. But he decided to just rip the Band-Aid off.’

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  1. Leonard Jones says:

    Poking lesbo-fembots in the eye sounds like fun!

  2. Deplorable B Woodman says:

    Not every comedian can make everybody laugh with every joke.
    Where’s the “tolerance” that the Leftist Libtards want to push on everyone else, but won’t take to themselves?
    And Louis’s sexual misconduct allegations are just that………..allegations. Not been proved in a court of law with evidence. Only been alleged in a court of popular opinion with “he said, she said”.

  3. dekare says:

    As it is said everywhere, there should NEVER be anything off limits in comedy. If you are offended, leave. Vote with your wallet. Govt intrusion is not the answer. Political correctness is nothing more than tyranny disguised as manners…and will be the death of this country if allowed to continue on its current trajectory.

    What I find truly offensive is that liberals…which is a name that they do not deserve, is that they want to shut people up using “offensive” as the reason. Offensive language is EXACTLY what the 1st A. is about. Offensive language and language you do not agree with is the basis of this country. There is a reason our Founding Fathers made this the first thing mentioned in our BoR’s…Followed closely by the 2d A…which tells everyone we mean it when we say we have rights…and not rights granted by our govt…but natural rights…given by god if that is your belief…or by nature…as it they are not up for dispute or negotiation.

    But be offended….it says more about you than the speaker.

  4. Leonard Jones says:

    I could not agree with your more Dekare. The only problem I see in comedy
    is that there are very good comedians left. I like my humor offensive, politically
    incorrect, irreverent and offensive. The problem with the current generation of
    comedians have become purveyors of political correctness and leftist politics.
    There have been a number of comics in the last few decades who were very
    good like Sam Kinison, Andrew “Dice” Clay, Carlos Mencia and Corolla and
    Kimmel of the Man Show, but that was before Kimmel became a member of the
    lunatic fringe.

    There was a huge controversy over false allegations of joke theft involving
    Carlos Mencia. They were based on pure bullshit by people like Joe Rogan,
    Ari Shaffir, Bobby Lee, and George Lopez. Mencia was one of the most
    talented and politically incorrect comedians I have ever seen. I did a
    little research that included watching the accusers routines and they
    were so unfunny that it made me want to eat a gun (especially Rogan.)

    The untalented fuck (Rogan) even claimed that Mencia was not even
    Mexican because his father was of German heritage. That led to the
    infamous BeanerSchnitzel gag. Mencia’s mother was 100 percent
    Mexican and his father’s lineage was diluted for generations in the
    Carribean. The author of the gag was a Jewish comedian who gave
    it to Mencia, and Lopez actually stole it from him. Shaffir claimed
    Mencia stole a joke about a border wall that was in the public domain
    in the Reagan years, long before Shaffir even sprouted pubic

    When Kimmel and Corolla split, they were replaced with Rogan and
    Doug Stanhope. They got the entire writing staff of the Man Show
    and promptly drove the funniest comedy show on TV into a ditch.
    Modern comedians could not act funny if you put a gun to their

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