Amy Schumer recently sat down with Australian radio hosts Jane Hall and Matt Tilley to discuss her new film “Trainwreck.” The conversation went downhill fast when the three started to discuss Schumer’s clothing in the movie and Tilley asked, “Do you have the word ‘skanky’ in America?”
Schumer quickly replied with a sarcastic smile, “We do have that word. Yea, what made you think about your mom? Why did she pop into your mind?”
Hall said in response, “Yea, maybe we shouldn’t have used [that word] then.”
Later in the interview, Tilley described “Trainwreck,” which Schumer wrote as a loose autobiography, as a story where “being with a guy eclipses everything else. So clearly everything’s been thrown out the door, in terms of decorum and dates and drinking and partying.” When Schumer looked at him confused, Tilley said, “Am I making sense to you?”
“I just think you’re wrong,” Schumer said.
Towards the end, Hall summed up the interview perfectly by implying that Tilley should sit out the next time Schumer comes by. Yes, please do.
Source: Huffington Post