Comedy Central's Inside Amy Schumer is back for another season on April 21, but instead of a boring promo, she made a satirical music video offering an important cultural perspective on booty anthems, with the help of Method Man and Amber Rose.
If you don't know the childhood rhyme about bodily fluids—"Milk, milk, lemonade, round the corner fudge is made," where kids dance about the playground gleefully pointing to the relevant body parts—then I'm sorry. You missed an important part of American culture.
But your sad excuse for a childhood aside, we can all appreciate Schumer bringing back this delightfully crass little jingle for a booty anthem that's almost good enough to actually make it to the charts.
I think Schumer or Method Man or Rose or somebody realized it was a little too good, though, about halfway through, when you really get an urge to shake your rump along. So they decided that if you didn't get that this is humor, they would start chanting, "This is where my poop comes out."
It is this transcendent moment, my friends, where this promo becomes a viral piece in the making that you know you are going to send to all your friends. In fact, the video probably doesn't need all the star power it's got, which also includes Amber Tamblyn (Two and a Half Men) and Jemima Kirke (Girls).
Regardless of how many rump-shaking celebrities you witness in this three-minute masterpiece, your main takeaway will be an unending refrain of "This is where my poop comes out," stuck in your head for the rest of the day. You're welcome.