Amy Schumer is pulling out all the stops for Inside Amy Schumer's third season.
Tuesday's premiere episode, titled "Last F--kable Day," featured guest appearances from Jemima Kirke, Method Man, Amber Rose and Amber Tamblyn in "Milk Milk Lemonade", plus Josh Charles in "Football Town Nights." The highlight, however, came when Patricia Arquette, Tina Fey and Julia Louis-Dreyfus helped Schumer raise awareness about sexism in the titular sketch.
The scene opened with Schumer going for a hike and stumbling upon the trio dining in a meadow. "Hi, are you lost?" Fey asked Schumer, who called the three actresses her "heroes." Dreyfus then told the comic, "You look familiar. Are you that girl from the television who talks about her p---y all the time?"
Schumer smiled and said, "Yes! Thank you!"
The Comedy Central star joined the women at their table and immediately noticed the decadent spread. "Is it someone's birthday?" she asked. The actresses laughed, and Arquette told her, "It's the opposite. We're celebrating Julia's last f--kable day." Confused, Schumer asked for an explanation. Louis-Dreyfus broke it down for her, saying, "In every actress' life, the media decides when you finally reach the point when you're not believably f--kable anymore." Fey said "nobody really overtly tells you" when that moment happens, "but there are signs." For example, she told Schumer, "You know how Sally Field was Tom Hanks' love interest in Punchline and then 20 minutes later she was his mom in Forrest Gump?"