Here's a sketch from last night's Inside Amy Schumer in which the dog owners dropping their pets off at doggy daycare compete to see whose dog is the saddest. I've got a soft spot for the dead one, myself.
Since premiering on Comedy Central back in January, The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore has consistently tackled topics few late night talk shows would dare touch. Some of the 56 episodes that have aired so far include "Allegations Against Bill Cosby," "Islamophobia in America," "Slut-Shaming," and "Baltimore Unrest & The Origins of Racism," and while not every episode has delivered the perfectly timed social commentary of his recent Baltimore coverage, Larry Wilmore — who previously served as The Daily Show's Senior Black Correspondent — is quickly becoming the late night voice of underdogs everywhere. This is partly thanks to head writer Robin Thede, a Second City/iO alum [...]
It would be really hyperbolic to compare Amy Schumer to Jesus, but Amy Schumer is basically exactly like Jesus. Last night, for far from the first time, Amy Schumer sacrificed her body for all of us. Kind of. If you’re a woman. Stay with me.
Amy Schumer was barely in last night’s episode of Inside Amy Schumer, but we got as in-depth a consideration of the outside of Amy Schumer as we ever have. “12 Angry Men Inside Amy Schumer” was a remarkably faithful remake of the 1957 film 12 Angry Men, if 12 Angry Men had involved dildos, accusations of “muppet tits,” and revelations about Paul Giamatti’s boner. A [...]
Here's a sneak peek of this week's extra special Inside Amy Schumer episode, which Schumer calls "my favorite thing I've ever done." Featuring a star-studded cast with Jeff Goldblum, Paul Giamatti, Chris Gethard, Nick DiPaolo, Vincent Kartheiser, Kumail Nanjiani, John Hawkes, and more, this 12 Angry Men parody will finally answer the question: "Is Amy Schumer hot enough to be on television?" Find out on Comedy Central tomorrow night at 10:30pm.
Last night, The Daily Show's longest serving correspondent Samantha Bee made her final appearance on the show before moving on to her new gigs at TBS with Jason Jones, who said goodbye to the show in March. Before playing some clips of Bee's reports over the years, Jon Stewart called her "delightful" and "incredibly funny" and said when he first hired her he thought "Canada has no idea what it was losing." You were right, Jon.