It was a project that came out of nowhere, delighting many with it's downbeat comedy and novel pay-per-episode options.  But Horace and Pete, the story of a run-down family owned bar in Brooklyn, has closed it's doors for the final time.  The project was masterminded by Louis C.K. but, as he admitted on the Howard Stern Show, he spent millions of dollars of his own money getting it off the ground and didn't quite get enough awareness out there for him to make his money back. He is offering the entire ten-episode season for $31, so there's still hope he might be able to break even and by his co-star Steve Buscemi a pint.