The Webby Awards, honoring the best of the Web, announced the 2012 award winners Tuesday, with Louis C.K. grabbing person of the year.
The reason is the comedian’s self-distributed comedy special, “Louis C.K.: Live at the Beacon Theater,” which he released on his own website for $5 apiece. The comic is also the star of the critically acclaimed FX series “Louie.”
Even though he may be busy for much of the year now thanks to his own show “Louie,” Louis C.K. has found a way to take out enough time to guest-star in yet another episode of “Parks and Recreation.”
According to TVLine, The actor is set to come on board the show for an early 2012 episode as Dave — the police officer who has a romantic past with Amy Poehler’s Leslie. He previously left the show in the past to take a job in San Diego — so it will be interesting to see not only what brings him back, but also how he interacts with Leslie’s new main squeeze Ben.
“Parks” is in the middle of what some are calling its creative peak, so we can only hope it lasts for as long as possible.