When does comedy get too edgy? After the Louis CK monologue from the Saturday Night Live season finale, child abuse does seem to be the trip wire. SNL has long been a source for controversy in the world of stand up comics. Not to mention other celebrity guests running wild with their mouths. But Louis CK may have crossed the line this time, potentially damaging his career, much as it is. His opening monologue to this past Saturday′s show covered a variety of topics, including racism and the usual anti-Christian, anti-military, anti-America issues that make Liberals feel intellectually superior over the hicks whom live in ′fly-over′ country. But then he lost the audience when he started down a path which some viewed as being sympathetic to child molesters. After comparing it with wanting a candy bar, even Louis CK realized that he may have stumbled on national television.