Amy Schumer and friends Bridget Everett, Rachel Feinstein, and Keith Robinson dish about their lives, pop culture, politics, and stand-up comedy. It's dinner with your besties—if your besties were morally bankrupt. Listen on Spotify for exclusive bonus content.
I liked Amy's early standup. It was edgy and unique. I liked her first movie, but I'm growing cold on her. The I feel pretty movie was pretty bad. She said she started this podcast because she heard you could make money at it, and she did. Spotify has paid her a lot of money (which is odd as you can still get the show in Apple Podcasts
For me, there was nothing special about this. Do you care what Amy feels about love? It took her almost four minutes to get to it, and her description of her podcast is “this is the podcast where we podcast” which in code means, “I'm famous, and we put no planning into this at all.” The audio sounded exactly like anybody else's that was recorded in their apartment. Most of the episodes are around 30-40 minutes. This first impression was not a great one, but this is her first crack at podcasting. I do find it odd, that her website doesn't even list this anywhere on her site.
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