Amy Schumer Takes On Cosby Allegations And Bill Nye Finally Explains White Women And The Universe
This new season of Inside Amy Schumer has been so on point, that at times you probably find yourself stopping mid-laugh and realizing: Wait. She’s totally right.
So far this season, Amy Schumer has tackled the ridiculous expectations women face in her funny sketch about going au naturale. She teamed up with Tina Fey and a few other incredible female comedians to let us all in on when a woman’s last f*ckable day in Hollywood is.
But, on the May 26 episode of Inside Amy Schumer, Amy Schumer addressed the rape allegations against comedian Bill Cosby by staging a trial in which she played Cosby’s lawyer.
It’s ridiculously funny… And at the same time a bit too real and horrifying.
When it’s Schumer’s turn to defend Cosby, she opens her argument by playing some music and dancing to make the jury “feel happy.”
And after her argument, she gives everyone a “Cosby sweater” to stay warm… Since, you know, the pudding pops she handed out to them probably made them kind of cold.
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But, not all of Schumer’s sketches are loaded with heavy topics. Some are just plain poke fun at mankind. This sketch in particular, starring everyone’s favorite scientist, Bill Nye, tackles the real purpose of the universe.
“So I was texting while I was driving, and I ended up a wrong turn that took me directly past a vitamin shop,” a woman tells her friend in a frozen yogurt shop. “And I was just like, this is totally the universe telling me I should be taking calcium.”
“Omigod!” said the friend. “Universe.”
Because, clearly, the Universe is here to drop subtle hints to white women about what the hell to do with their lives.
Your questions are all answered. You can now throw on your Uggs to go buy your Starbuck’s matcha tea without any kind of confusion.
The accuracy is painful. Even the Broad City gals know when the universe is dropping hintsAbbi and Ilana talk about how they just wanna “put stuff out” to the universe, and if it’s meant to be it will “manifest itself.”
White women… Am I right?