I'm a lifelong Goldie Hawn fan so will probably try to see "Snatched," which stars on the cover of this week's Entertainment Weekly. But as much as I respect what Amy Schumer has done with her career, I must confess her recent Netflix special left a bad taste in my mouth. It felt like she was so sure she could wing it that she wrote no jokes, and her rehashed stories about being a "drunk girl of a certain weight" didn't mesh with her contemporary "I'm so famous I get followed everywhere I go" and "I have the best boyfriend in the world" schtick. Can't imagine her film career will last too much longer -- she can only play one character, her (old) self -- so here's hoping she gets her stand-up routine back in order. She's smart and has interesting things to say when she's not making fun of how fat and slutty she "is" then getting all thin-skinned when others try to riff off her image. (Her occasional lack of self-awareness is surprising to me.) Too bad she no longer wants to do sketch comedy as I think that was her true calling.