And yet it was a huge stinkeroo. I guess the massive marketing campaign paid off. Oh, the 3 million viewers was over three airings, and by being the biggest debut of the year for Comedy Central, that means it beat out these shows: Kroll Show The Jeselnik Offensive The Ben Show Nathan for You Umm... So yeah, there was a sketch where Amy was in the casting call for 2 Girls 1 Cup where apparently the joke was bleeping out the word "shit" about 97,000 times. Way to start off your show with something topical. The second bit was actually kind of funny: a split screen featuring the guy's and girl's perspective the day after a one night stand. Amy's half was completely and utterly predictable. The guy's side had a couple good scenes. Then came an excruciating five minute faux dramatic reality segment about three people surviving various horrors and enduring them. Judging by the length, I'm assuming it was supposed to be this episode's pièce de résistance. Wow. Nothing even resembling humor here. See, because Amy's "horror" was enduring an in-flight movie without a headset. Get it? The final sketch was Amy being helped by a black salesman, then not being able to recognize him next to the other two black salesmen when the black cashier asked who should get the commission. I'm all for a good they-all-look-alike joke, but this went on way too long and seemed like a throwaway SNL sketch. Not one good line. Interspersed throughout were bits of Amy's standup and man on the street interviews. The standup was Amy's standard crap: I'm a sort of attractive girl who likes to talk about dirty sex. Notice me, daddy. The interviews were the best. She's a lot better at improv than at telling her well-rehearsed jokes. And that's why the funniest part of the entire show was an interview with model Shelby Welinder, who's probably best known for a picture that isn't quite her: Less sketches, more improv, please.