Inside Amy Schumer (2013– )
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12 Angry Men Inside Amy Schumer 

An all-male jury argues over Amy's fate.

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Ryan McFaul, Amy Schumer
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Amy Schumer ... Amy / Various
John Hawkes ... Juror #8
Jeff Goldblum ... Jury Foreman
Paul Giamatti ... Juror #10
Dennis Quaid ... Judge
Vincent Kartheiser ... Juror #4
Nick Di Paolo ... Juror #3
Chris Gethard ... Juror #2
Adrian Martinez ... Juror #5
Kevin Kane ... Juror #6
Henry Zebrowski ... Juror #7
George Riddle ... Juror #9
Kumail Nanjiani ... Juror #11
Chris Beetem ... Juror #12
Mike Houston ... Guard
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An all-male jury argues over Amy's fate.

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Comedy

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TV-14 | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

5 May 2015 (USA) See more »

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Jax Media See more »
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Trivia

In an outtake, we learn that Amy was actually charged with vehicular manslaughter. See more »

Quotes

Juror #1: Gentlemen, raise your hands please if you think that Amy Schumer is not hot enough to be on television.
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Connections

References The Passion of Joan of Arc (1928) See more »

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The show's best episode yet
11 May 2015 | by moviefansmeSee all my reviews

This is an incredibly good episode of a very good show. A typical episode contains a handful of short skits and a celebrity interview, but this episode is one long skit, one where the star of the show steps aside and gives her comedic friends the spotlight.

The setting is a spoof of "12 Angry Men," yet the skit is not so much of a spoof as leveraging a familiar meme to settle a new, comedic dilemma: Is Amy (Schumer) hot enough to be on television? The writers run with the premise and the arguments the various jurors make for and against, and what convinces each one to change his mind, are both clever and funny. The actors likewise sink their teeth into their parts, each displaying a distinctly different personality.

This episode raises the bar on an already strong show and should be nominated for an Emmy.


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