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When FX asked Louis CK to recommend someone for a new series centering on a woman, the first name he gave them was Pamela Adlon — his longtime collaborator on his own FX comedy, “Louie.” Adlon’s semi-autobiographical half-hour series “Better Things” (Thursdays at 10 p.m.) premiered earlier this month on FX and last week was picked for a second season.Adlon, 50, spoke to The Post the morning after the renewal announcement — but hasn’t fully wrapped her head around what she wants to do in the next 10 episodes.Pamela Adlon’s phone has been buzzing a lot lately, with texts and calls from friends pointing out, “There it is again! ” They’re referring to her butt, which is prominently displayed on billboards and bus ads for her new FX comedy, Better Things, in New York and Los Angeles. My second or third year on Californication, we separated. It went in stages because it depended on the girls and when things would hit them. Whenever there is a conversation where you lift your skirt up and show everybody how you're doing things, it's massively important. That drives me crazy but I never said that before until I said that to you, and it's really fucking true. As we were taught to go for it all, they retreated. It's like Marlo Thomas spoke to me and Mary Tyler Moore and then men were like, You got this? The prodding continued after the panel.“I have put it aside for right now because of all this other stuff,” C. When I don’t think about something, I really don’t think about it. He’s just giving himself a break until he gets the urge to write another season. “It may be that once we’re past production on Pamela’s show. Even with year-long hiatuses between seasons, there was a lot of was going by really fast I felt like, even though we took some breaks,” C. I’ve put out seven standup specials in seven years and five seasons of television. So it did feel like good farming to let the soil have a couple winters to freeze and thaw. “I want to give real thought and care to the shows I’m working on. “It did occur to me it’d be nice to let people go back and watch it for a while and let it soak in a little. But Adlon, who’s been in show business since she was 12 (The Facts of Life, Growing Pains), and has been a writer and producer for years as well as a voice actor (King of the Hill), is now also a show creator and director. When they were 12, they went to this very progressive school, like a holistic private school. We were talking about that this morning because some kids in her school were saying something and I said, "How does that make you feel? " She goes, "No, it's fine." It just is what it is. Better Things, which premieres on September 8, is the result of Adlon’s longtime creative collaboration with Louis C. The first day they get them on the Metro from Woodland Hills to downtown L. and then they give them a map of their surroundings and tell them to walk around and find the school. She's now seeing me on the buses, which is very disturbing.
“That is my butt,” Adlon says, with her signature, quick raspy laugh. I would be like, I shouldn't be doing anything without them anytime ever. I don't usually say "working mom" because I think all moms are working moms. People should say "working dad" as opposed to working moms. It's very, very difficult because a lot of men are trying to find their way. I said something to Louis at the beginning of this season, which was that when we’re doing stuff, more than going for a laugh or anything — or a reaction — we’re going for a feeling.