Amy Schumer and Chris Fischer talk to us live from their bed about ‘Expecting Amy’

The HBO Max documentary follows the comedian through her pregnancy and her marriage to Fischer.
5:35 | 07/09/20

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Transcript for Amy Schumer and Chris Fischer talk to us live from their bed about ‘Expecting Amy’
let's turn now, two great guests joining us this morning. Emmy award winning actress and comedian Amy Schumer and her husband Chris an award winning chef joining us this morning from bed. Guys, don't mind us. Don't get out of bed for us but why? Why are you -- could you not -- Why not? You guys, so here's what happened. We were sleeping and then we wanted to keep sleeping and so we wanted to keep ourselves as close to being sleeping as we could. You look exceptionally comfortable right now. Thank you. Thank you so much. Tell us about this documentary. Oh, my gosh, so it's about us. Both me and my husband Chris and we shot it while I was pregnant allegedly pregnant. No, just kidding and, you know, it's out now. Now it is out. The baby and the documentary. Yeah, exactly. Of course is out. You pull back the curtains in every way and had a difficult pregnancy. You share some tough moments and intimate moments. Was there ever a point where you wanted to turn the camera off? Yes, I actually regret this entire project. I wish more than turning the cameras off I wish I could turn back time and not have done this. No. It was just us filming ourselves, so, you know, and we didn't know if we were even going to do anything with the footage so what happened was that a genius filmmaker, Alexander hammer came on and edited and shaped all this footage and made it something we're proud of. In addition to your difficult pregnancy, Chris, I know that you also shared with people or they'll be seeing it when they were watched that you were diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder. Were you apprehensive at all about sharing that? Why was that important tore you? I was not apprehensive. I feel like the process for us has been educating ourselves or educating myself about what that means and how to get the tool totsz make your life better and so, yeah, no, there was never any hesitation. We've been talking about it so let's take a look at a clip we have here and this is a point where you find out the sex of the baby. Let's look. Oh, no. Okay. Okay. It's a boy! Yay! Ah. It's going to be a boy. Such a sweet moment right there. Your son is, what, 14 months, I think we saw you posted a picture of him actually reading your critics. Pretty advanced kid. Yeah, he had a lot of feedback. You'll see a lot of letters to the editor from him. He was not pleased. He just mimics his dad. They just both kind of sit there and read the paper. It's the funniest thing. Chris, you're also teaching him to garden? Yeah, we just finished a vegetable garden for him yesterday. We've got to take him to the nursery and see what he picks It's really cute. Are you still -- you're still working, are you not? Are you trying out new material in quarantine and what's that been like? Have you bounced a lot of stuff off your husband there. Like we joke around, I would say, 100% of the time. But we've been filming a cooking show, so that's what we've been doing so we've been working together so, yeah, we got to keep ourselves quick because, yeah, we have -- our cooking show is just us talking to each other. Amy Schumer learns to cook. Just got renewed for a second season so congratulations on that so what's for breakfast? Oh, breakfast is always like we talk about it for a long time. We go, what should we have and then, you know, usually he'll -- Then all of a sudden it's lunch. So we have some sort of a protein. So true during quarantine that's what you interup talking about all day long, what are we going to make for dinner. We have our meals. What's been your favorite new dish to cook? Oh, my gosh, I would have to say we learned how to -- I learned how to make these steamed and grilled artichokes that I'm excited about. What about the sushi. No, of course. We're excited to make sure XI. I can hear like cheer my mouth. I don't know if I should say thank you for being here or sorry for disturbing you. I partnered with tampax and so dedicated to them that I have my period. We have the isolated shot of T.J. We got that in there. Thanks, guys. Really good to see you. The three-part documentary expected, Amy, to available now on HBO max and I'm going to get myself together. We'll be right back, folks.

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