Amy Schumer's Son Gene, 21 Months, Watches Mom on TV for 'First Time' in Super Bowl Ad

Gene David is getting his first peek at his mama's superstar career!

On Sunday, Amy Schumer shared a video of her 21-month-old son watching her Hellmann's commercial that aired during the Super Bowl broadcast, in which the actress hilariously portrays a "Fairy Godmayo" and shows someone how to transform various items from his fridge into a tasty snack spread with the help of Hellmann's.

Gene sits on dad Chris Fischer's lap in the footage, staring transfixed at the TV screen with a pacifier in his mouth, while Schumer, 39, glances back and forth from the TV to her son to gauge his reaction.

"Is that Mommy?" she asks Gene, who appears to say, "Yeah" from behind his pacifier, still looking forward at the TV.

"First time seeing mom on tv. 🦗," Schumer wrote in the caption.

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In the comments — where Schumer hilariously told a fan that "Not one eff [was] given" from Gene about seeing her on TV — various celebs voiced their appreciation for the cute moment. "Awwwwwww," said Olivia Culpo while Laura Benanti chimed in with three yellow heart emojis.

Remarked Debra Messing, "Watching you watching him is the best." Said Paris Hilton, "Adorable 🥰," adding in a second comment, "The way you look at him🥺😍."

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The Trainwreck star told Entertainment Tonight before the big moment, "It's going to be exciting to watch the game and be like, 'Hey, there's the commercial!' "

"We'll just watch it here on the TV. I hope it's not on during our son's nap," she said.

But Schumer wasn't expecting a straightforward reaction from Gene, telling the outlet, "This will be the first time he's seen me on TV, and I think he'll be really confused."

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