Inside Amy Schumer imagines an on-call emergency service that will listen attentively to anything you want to talk about. Well, almost anything. We wouldn’t be surprised if this becomes a real thing.
We’re not sure what Ollie the Schnauzer is trying to say here, but we think he sounds a bit like Cletus the Slack-Jawed Yokel from The Simpsons in dog form. Somebody needs to songify this now.
The crime: ruining toilet paper. The suspect: a French bulldog, caught with said toilet paper still wrapped around its speechless being. The eyewitness: a bullmastiff willing to testify, perhaps in exchange for protection.
(PG-13) Conan O’Brien embarrasses his assistant and her friends, crashing their night out to watch his buddy Chay Tay Tay and the other studs in Magic Mike XXL. Along the way, the ladies bust some myths regarding the male anatomy.
Hannibal Buress tells Conan O’Brien that he agreed to wear a cheap costume for his Comedy Central Shark Week commercial because he wants to be a man of the people. And then he craps on the people shortly afterwards.
Amy Schumer is visited by her future selves and learns of Butterfly Effect that her relationship has on the universe. She must decide if the needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few, and for Amy, that’s a really tough decision.
A televised town hall meeting with a congressman at the helm is going really well, with the liberal politician welcoming all people regardless of their age, race or gender. But one guy keeps getting the wrong welcome.
If you’re in Seattle you might have heard Beacon Plumbing’s ad and wondered if that was really Marshawn Lynch. Conan O’Brien and Marshawn are here to confirm it. Turns out he’s a beast at giving back to the community as well.