Each week, for 7 weeks~!
EDIT: The first episode was called "Back" and it wasn't just about the fact that he's back. Clever. And oh man, the poker game was a delight. I like that he continues to employ continuity glitches here. The bus driver from the premiere returns as a friend at the poker game. Glorious. And these people masturbate more than anyone on the planet.
Re: "Model", Louie lives in this Kafkaesque world where the rules are made up and the points don't matter. It's ridiculous, the situations he gets himself into. He starts the episode getting rejected left and right, gets what he wishes for, but pays a horrible price (as in the story circle made famous by Dan Harmon), and returns changed (bloody nose; ridiculous, lightning-fast law suit settlement), and finally has something to talk about with the waitress who earlier rejected him and now finds him interesting or at least takes pity on him. I think the whole conceit of the broken nose/lawsuit plot was ridiculous, but it served its purpose. I had a roommate once who hated cringe-inducing comedy. He would loathe this show. It's uncomfortable to the brink of insanity, but there are still glimmers of joy and of course flashes of brilliance. Chickens are dumb.