Saturday, 9.30pm, ABC2 What’s this? Can Aunty’s evil twin (ABC2), really be adopting the tactics of the commercial networks by running episodes of things every night as filler during the holiday season? Surely not. The thing with Louie is that it was designed to be shown on commercial networks. Each half-hour episode therefore contains only 20 minutes of actual content. I think I’d rather see three episodes in an hour on my ABC than 14 episodes for 20 minutes every night for a fortnight. But let’s look on the bright side. Louie, featuring the comedy of New York comedian Louis C.K., is just about the funniest thing on television. Tonight’s fifth episode of season two is entitled Pregnant. Alarm bells, right? Maybe. Things begin with Louie’s five-year-old telling him how much she prefers being with her mother, his ex-wife. Why? Because there’s good food at her mother’s house, and because she loves her more. Just as soon as she can’t see it, the little one gets flipped the bird by her loving dad. Cue a stand-up routine, filmed live, in which our man milks the situation for all it’s worth. Then we’re back at Louie’s apartment with him struggling to lift his game for the kids. When Louie’s sister Gretchen turns up very pregnant, the fun really begins. Can Louie trust his male couple neighbours when they knock on the door in the middle of the night in response to her violent screaming?