Watch Bill Nye’s NSFW Explanation On How The Universe Sends White Women Messages — New Amy Schumer Clip

Amy Schumer has been bringing the internet comedy gold since the premiere of her show, Inside Amy Schumer. She’s parodied One Direction with the song “Girl You Don’t Need Makeup” and teamed up with Amber Rose for a hilarious song about butts. But Amy Schumer found an even more unlikely comedy partner this week when she teamed up with Bill Nye.

According to Entertainment Weekly, the much-beloved science enthusiast and educator agreed to do a sketch with Amy Schumer on how the universe works, in the style of Cosmos. But don’t expect Bill Nye to be providing any real insights of knowledge. Like most of Amy Schumer’s bits, the sketch is designed to poke fun at the privileged world of middle-class Americans, specifically white women this time around.

In the video above, you can see Bill Nye try to describe how the purpose of the universe is no longer believed to be a “chaotic collection of matter” but rather a “force sending cosmic guidance to white women in their twenties.” Bill Nye’s “educational” segments are then spliced together with brief scenes of twenty-somethings talking about their mundane lives and how the universe is clearly sending them messages in the form of random coincidences.

“Try to imagine the universe as a giant dream board on which women pin their wishes,” Bill Nye explains.

In addition to science celebrity Bill Nye, the Amy Schumer sketch also features appearances by Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer, according to Time.

Bill Nye doesn’t get far into the new Amy Schumer clip without reverting back to the reason and logic that dictate his science advocacy. One of the funniest moments in the video is when Nye breaks down and admits that it just doesn’t make sense that the universe would send people obscure signals about things like “apricot puggles.” The real selling point of this new viral clip is seeing Nye lose his cool and ramble off a bunch of profanity.

“That just makes no f***ing sense. I mean that’s just bullsh**. F***!”

Amy Schumer’s intention here is to mock people who think the universe sends signs in any form to indicate anything at all, especially over something as trivial as how to watch New Girl.

Despite his pretend-frustrations toward the “basic” women of America, Bill Nye has been more successful than ever. He recently published the book Undeniable, and his show, Bill Nye the Science Guy, was recently released on Netflix.

For more on Amy Schumer, watch her clip parodying the classic film 12 Angry Men.

[Images courtesy of Comedy Central]