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Amy Schumer is once again the only female comedian to make Forbes' highest paid list this year -- and that ain't necessarily a good thing ... We got the comic Friday at LAX, where we asked him to weigh in on Amy's ranking for the 2nd consecutive year ... Joel doesn't mince words here -- he says the comedy biz is still very much a boys club ...despite the fact there's tons of funny women out there who deserve more recognition ... He also draws some comparisons to diversity in TV ... At least Amy's enjoying her dough, and spreading the wealth."The workplace is unrecognizable to [Jack]," Gibbons said.Jack, like so many people in the real world, discovers that the office is now full of millennials in an "overly PC coddled work environment" -- setting us up for jokes about micro-apartments, microagressions and the tricky nature of online dating.Mc Hale lived in New Jersey for two years before settling back to his native Washington state.He was recruited to be on the rowing team, but later joined the football team.And then gearing up towards the finale and the last few episodes, I could see the writers even were throwing us off because the Vaughn thing came in and it was like, “Oh, okay.
" comedy, which is exactly how some of the press -- especially the millennials in the audience -- at the Television Critics Association took to the show."I was relying on what's personal is universal," Gibbons said, defending criticisms that the show is just cheap stereotypes. A lot of people are recognizing how fast [culture] is moving.The longtime star reporter for “The Great Outdoors” magazine, Joel has climbed mountains, confronted bears and just generally led a life of excitement and adventure, but when he’s sidelined by an injury, he’s forced to take a desk job in the publication’s digital and social-media department, surrounded by a team of millennials who view him as an exotic and ancient oddity from another place and time.For Mc Hale, “The Great Indoors” marks a return to the broadcast sitcom world, following “Community,” which started on NBC before being famously axed and revived by the now-defunct Yahoo Screen. Hot off of “The Soup,” which Mc Hale recently wrapped after 12 years of hosting, “The Community” alum has closed a deal to star in CBS comedy pilot “The Great Indoors,” has learned.“The Great Indoors,” written by “Tosh.0” creator Mike Gibbons, centers around an adventure reporter named Joel (played by Mc Hale) who must adapt to the times when he becomes the boss to a group of millennials in the digital department of the magazine.