I had a moral conflict for a few minutes before caving and watching the new Louie set. Obviously not one of his best but funnier and less uncomfortable than I was expecting and definitely one of his better recent sets. Do I wish he was more apologetic? Sure. Do I feel somewhat guilty about continuing to support him? Sure. But I'm also really glad he's back. People needs laughs now more than ever and this new set was a nice reminder that although In prefer Chappelle, nobody does it like Louie.
The Woody book on the other hand I have no interest in reading. Heard early rumblings about him having a "Mia is crazy and poisoned everyone against me/#### the #MeToo movement" agenda which already turned me off before these reviews started coming out. And I already own and love Stig Bjorkman's "Woody Allen On Woody Allen" which has Woody going through his entire filmography (at the time of writing, which included all the key films) and since that's what I'm ultimately interested in (and it sounds like Woody discusses his films in detail disappointingly infrequently in the new book), I really have no reason to read the memoir.