'Amy Schumer Learns to Cook' puts viewers off with non-stop talking: 'I'd rather watch my dog take a s**t'

Some just couldn’t put up with the comedian’s constant talking and have taken to Twitter to state what they would rather prefer doing than watch her show


                            'Amy Schumer Learns to Cook' puts viewers off with non-stop talking: 'I'd rather watch my dog take a s**t'
Chris Fischer, Amy Schumer (Food Network)

Comedian and actress Amy Schumer, like a few more celebrities, has chosen to try her hand in cooking to keep herself occupied during the ongoing lockdown due to the novel coronavirus. Her latest home-based cooking show with husband Chris Fischer on Food Network aired its second episode today (May 18). 

As predicted from watching the premiere episode, Schumer was seen doing more of talking and other non-cooking activities, for instance making an alcoholic drink to keep her company throughout, while the husband prepared a series of what looked like mouth-watering delicacies. During the episode, she joked and shared her stories about each dish as and when Fischer prepared them. And while making a humongous glass of drink based on wine, Schumer said how she and Fischer had the best time during their Spain holiday, soon after which they got pregnant. 

The second episode of ‘Amy Schumer Learns to Cook’ was overall fun to watch for those who didn’t tune into the channel expecting anything extraordinary. However, it seems like a few just couldn’t put up with the comedian’s constant chatter and have taken to Twitter to state what they would rather prefer doing than watch Schumer learn to cook. 

One highly disappointed fan wrote, “Things I'd rather watch than Amy Schumer learns to cook: Paint dry, My dog take a s**t, Bamboo shoots get shoved under my finger nails, Every hallmark movie ever made.” Another added, “I guess I had nothing better to do tonight than watch bad TV and this Amy Schumer learns to cook has officially become the worst thing I have seen in quite a while. It's a damn trainwreck!"

And some, who have liked her as a comedian, just aren’t willing to spend their time watching her cook. One fan wrote, "I'm pretty sure no one in this galaxy asked for an Amy Schumer learns to cook tv show but okay.” Another annoyed fan added, “Saw a commercial on the cooking channel for 'Amy Schumer learns how to cook'  and I immediately yelled LEARN HOW TO BE FUNNY FIRST!”

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