Do not be deceived: despite this video’s noncommittal charm, you definitely need to get your hands on a copy of Amy Schumer’s most recent success, The Girl with the Lower Back Tattoo (Gallery).
As soon as possible.
Since we don’t know anything about Schumer’s bank account (inferences aside, of course—fame pays, as they say), our heartfelt recommendation of this new release stems from an admiration for the book’s pointed wit, wry humor, and stirring anecdotes. With subjects that range from the quietly personal to the raucously public, Schumer’s new release takes on more than her explicit career, and tells a story that registers beyond the subjective. If you’re still not convinced of the urgency, perhaps a look at Booklist editor Annie Bostrom’s review, linked above, will do the trick.