It's been a while since a certain comedian revealed that she'll feature on a certain game show series in the near future, but more information has finally come to light. So, when will Amy Schumer's episode of Family Feud air? She made the announcement all the way back at the beginning of March on Late Night with Seth Meyers, but the episode has yet to appear, so when can we expect it? Don't get me wrong, I'll wait forever for a once-in-a-lifetime collaboration like this, but I'd like to know how long I have to hold my breath.
I want you to close your eyes and imagine something for me. You're in junior high, you're home sick from school, and you're watching Family Feud. I don't know about you, but, even with a bad cold, those are some of my favorite childhood memories. You can imagine my delight at hearing I get to combine them with one of my favorite things about being an adult: Amy Schumer. And the good news is, it won't be too terribly long now.
Naturally, these things are always subject to change, but Uproxx thinks the Schumer Family Feud episode should air sometime in June. It will feature her sister and writing partner Kim, as well as her brother Jason and their respective partners, and you can expect the entire Schumer clan to be way too into it. She shared a story on Late Night about her brother giving a less-than-stellar answer. Instead of saying, "Good answer, good answer," like most family members do, Schumer says that everyone was pretty irritated with him. In fact, in a photo of the moment, his wife — his wife! — is even glaring at him. This is serious business.
And it's serious business that you'll be able to jump in on just as soon as summer arrives. But don't worry, you won't have the chance to forget about it until then; Schumer is just as excited about it as you are and posted an Instagram of her door on the Celebrity Family Feud set on Sunday with the caption "Stay woke."
I will stay woke about this upcoming episode, and I need all the help I can get to make sure I don't miss the premiere date. Hopefully, Schumer keeps posting these reminders, because "Most Common Reasons For Missing Your Favorite Show" is not a category that I want to be familiar with in the least.