Amy Schumer Shows Lin-Manuel Miranda Her Disastrous 'Hamilton' Rewrite

“Betsy Ross" doesn’t go over well.
Sew good. 
Sew good. 

On the latest episode of "Inside Amy Schumer," Amy Schumer invites "Hamilton" creator Lin-Manuel Miranda to check out her own "hip hop-era" and lets just say things don't go as planned. 

In a clip from the show, Schumer and a crew of dancers are rehearsing when Miranda walks in. After gushing over "Hamilton," Schumer decides to show the musical writer and star her own "hip hop-era" about Betsy Ross. Because, as the comedian says to Miranda, "How hard is it to write a hip hop-era about historical-wig-and-knee-sock people?" 

With flag-themed songs based off hits like "B***h Better Have My Money," "Shake It Off" and "It's Getting Hot In Herre" and a few unexpected cameos, it's impossible to make it through all of the acts without laughing. 

Despite the secondhand embarrassment Miranda was forced to endure on the show, "Inside Amy Schumer" producer Kim Caramele said he was amazing. 

"He couldn’t have been nicer and more game," Caramele said to Entertainment Weekly. "He has so few hours free! I was so grateful he was there." 

“Inside Amy Schumer” premieres April 21 on Comedy Central at 10 p.m. ET. 



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