In an appearance on Charlie Rose Thursday, Amy Schemer paddled around the whole Kurt Metzger situation like someone assiduously avoiding a strange warm spot in a public swimming pool.
The Season 4 finale of Inside Amy Schumer—or its “contractually obligated clip show”—took the form of a very contentious Real Housewives-style reunion, which included several strong New Jersey accents, the phrase “I sinceriously apologize,” and your host, Andy Cohen.
Inside Amy Schumer won Best Variety Sketch Series at the Emmys Sunday night, beating out stiff (as in “stiff dicks”) competition like Key & Peele and SNL.
The season finale of Inside Amy Schumer aired Tuesday night with a trio of pitch-perfect sketches, a sexy performance of “Put Your Dick Away” by Bridget Everett, and a surprise engagement between two members of the show’s crew.
It takes two or more people to participate in a conversation, but sometimes that conversation isn’t worth listening to that deeply, right?
Women fight with tears and emotion, as we all know, and men would do well to learn a thing or two about this intricate style of battle. In this instructional skit from Tuesday night’s edition of Inside Amy Schumer, the host trains dudes on how to deal with the “ancient art of Female Emotional Combat.”
On last night’s episode of Inside Amy Schumer, Bill Cosby was finally taken to court—the “court of public opinion,” that is. Luckily for Cosby, he had the best defense in the business.
This season of Inside Amy Schumer continues to knock it out of the park. Or... the galaxy.
At this point, I think we can all agree that Amy Schumer is a genius who should be on television forever with no breaks.
Here’s Amy Lake Blively giggling, sexily squirming, and sharing inane “fun facts” about herself during an appearance on late night television host Cliffley’s show. For his part, Cliffley appropriately fawned and drooled over Amy Lake while threatening to divorce/kill his wife Darflyn. Yup, it’s the too real time of…
Tuesday night’s episode of Inside Amy Schumer poked fun at the never-ending focus on Schumer’s looks in the best and most self-deprecating way possible—with a scathing sketch that parodied 12 Angry Men.
With all due respect to “Trap Queen” and other strong contenders for this year’s seasonal jam, here is my pick for song of the summer: Amy Schumer’s One Direction parody, “Girl, You Don’t Need Makeup.”
Inside Amy Schumer began its third season with a brilliant Friday Night Lights parody that just happened to be about rape. In it, the new coach of a small town football team (Josh Charles) and his wine-loving wife (Schumer) become hated by their new neighbors because of Coach’s efforts to crack down on his football…
Amy Schumer visited The Late Show With David Letterman last night to tell some jokes and to announce that Inside Amy Schumer (which just won a Peabody Award) has been renewed for a fourth season. Schumer threatened to flash the momentarily terrified host her vagina, shared her mom’s awful bumper sticker advice,…
In a new profile in GQ, Lauren Bans reveals how the very dark but still very funny military rape video game sketch on this season of Inside Amy Schumer came about: through a little risk taking.
Get ready to fan-girl, everyone. We've reached out to the hilarious, charming and talented Amy Schumer and she has graciously agreed to take your questions.
What's a girl to do when each episode of Inside Amy Schumer is funnier than the next? Post clips of it all the livelong day, especially when they're Aaron Sorkin parodies with Josh Charles in which we learn that, "A woman's life is worth nothing unless she's making a great man greater."
Last night on her eponymous show, American hero Amy Schumer tackled the pesky habit women have of assigning moral value to themselves based on what they eat. In some circles, it's known as "food shaming." Predictably, it's hilarious.
On Tuesday, the second season of Inside Amy Schumer debuted on Comedy Central. Sketches tackled such fourth-wave feminist pet topics as the way male audiences objectify female comedians, avoidance of STD's, and the sexualization of female athletes. And it attracted a bigger audience of males from 18-34 than any other…
Last night was the season 2 premiere of Inside Amy Schumer and good news, gang! It was really, really great!