Comedy Central’s Inside Amy Schumer returned Tuesday night with a bang. Not only did Schumer hilariously tackle football and rape culture with a pretty spot on Friday Night Lights send-up, but she also gifted us with a sketch featuring some of television’s most celebrated actresses: Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Tina Fey and Patricia Arquette.
In the sketch, Schumer stumbles upon the ladies picnicking and celebrating Julia’s “Last F**ckable Day,” you know the day in every actress’ life where the media decides that she’s no longer believably f**ckable. The women proceed to list off all the signs that this day is coming. For example, when Sally Field went from being Tom Hanks’ love interest in Punchline to portraying his mother in Forrest Gump less than 10 years later. Other signs to watch out for include being offered the role of Mrs. Claus, wardrobe only allowing you to wear long sweaters and remaking your best movies with younger, more f**ckable actresses.
Just like us here at The TV Junkies, this notion completely confuses Amy as she still sees the three women before her as very f**ckable options. So how does one go about delaying the inevitable “Last F**ckable Day?” According to the Holy Trinity here, delaying it will only make matters worse and we have to look no further than The Real Housewives as to why.
But why delay things Louis-Dreyfus points out when women should be celebrating the loss of their f**ckable card. She sees it as a “Godsend” and now has the freedom to chug an entire carton of melted ice cream if she so chooses. Another perk: getting a Viking-inspired send off in a rowboat all while smoking a cigar! So before she knows it, the three women have left her alone with her thoughts about the inevitable day when she, Amy Schumer, will too become unf**ckable.
Take a look at the video for yourself here:
Inside Amy Schumer airs Tuesdays at 10:30 p.m. ET on Comedy Central.
Editor in Chief Bridget Liszewski comes from a long line of TV Junkies who fostered her love of television from a very young age. She's channeled that passion into covering both US and Canadian television shows, and is thankful everyday for the invention of the DVR. A graduate of the University of Notre Dame, she loves college football and is a fan of sports in general. Bridget is always up for talking TV and you can follow her on twitter at @BridgetOnTV.