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Episodes

  1. Ep. 201 | ‘Bored of the Rings’

    Sarah is tired of being woken up by church bells every Sunday morning, and goes to the church to express her outrage. Upon leaving, she is approached by several kind women who express their own frustrations with the church. Sarah joins their organization to become their most passionate recruit, unaware that they are a radical anti-abortion group.

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  2. Ep. 202 | ‘Doodie’

    After their mother's grave - and skeleton - is defiled, the Silverman sisters become contestants on their favorite TV show in hopes of winning the money to replace the tombstone. In the stress of competition, Sarah's childish obsession with doodie humor rocks her relationship with Laura, and threatens the honor of their departed mother.

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  3. Ep. 213 | ‘High, It's Sarah’

    Sarah gets high for the first time, and leaves herself a voicemail imploring herself to treat her stoned thoughts seriously, and to act on them. Some of these thoughts prove to be good ideas, others don't. Jay inadvertently lets the world know that he had a nocturnal emission as a result of a dream about a local news correspondent.

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  4. Ep. 207 | ‘Pee’

    Sarah becomes an adult bed-wetter. Brian is very attached to his long beard, despite the fact that Steve hates it. Their relationship is tested when Brian slips on an escalator and gets the beard irreversibly stuck in the machinery.

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  5. Ep. 102 | ‘Officer Jay’

    Sarah gets picked up on a DUI. Brian insists that he's a bisexual.

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  6. Ep. 103 | ‘Positively Negative’

    Sarah gets an AIDS test to cure herself of the blahs. Jay has a birthday party for the first time.

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Full Summary

  1. Political correctness goes out the window as Sarah Silverman returns for an all new season of comedic mishaps. Watch as Sarah's blissful ignorance sets off a wave of consequences in a season you don't want to miss!

Meet the Cast

  1. - From stand up comedy to film to television, Sarah Silverman has seen her share of success. Silverman is the co creator and star of The Sarah Silverman Program, the hit comedy series that premiered on Comedy Central in February 2007. In it, she plays a character named after herself whose absurd daily life is told through an array of scripted scenes and songs. Prior to the premiere of the show, Silverman made an impressive splash when the feature length film version of her one woman show, "Jesus is Magic," directly by Liam Lynch, opened in theaters to rave reviews. Silverman grew up in New Hampshire and attended New York University. While in Manhattan she began to pursue the comedy scene and logged as much time in the comedy clubs as she did in the classroom. In 1993, she joined Saturday Night Live and has not stopped working since. Silverman currently resides in Los Angeles with her dog, Duck.

  2. - Brian known most for his role as Kevin, the loveable and creepy mailboy, in the long running series, Just Shoot Me. Posehn has also written and performed on HBO's acclaimed series, Mr. Show with Bob and David and appeared in various sitcoms including Seinfeld, Newsradio, Everybody Loves Raymond and Friends. Posehn has written several feature film scripts including Run Ronnie Run with Bob Odenkirk and David Cross. He appeared in Rob Zombie's film, The Devil's Rejects and the upcoming film Wanted Undead or Alive. He also released his first graphic novel, The Last Christmas and a new CD, "Live in Nerd Rage." Posehn is currently on a national tour with The Comedians of Comedy.

  3. - Known for his role on the popular underground comedy sketch show Mr. Show with Bob and David. Johnston has since made notable guest appearances on shows such as Curb Your Enthusiasm, Arrested Development and Malcolm in the Middle. His film career has rivaled his television resume with appearances in Anchorman with Will Ferrell, Tenacious D and the Pick of Destiny opposite Jack Black and Men in Black II along with Tommy Lee Jones and Will Smith. Johnston recently wrapped production on a pilot for Fox titled Next! and is currently producing and starring in the animated show Moral Orel for Adult Swim.

  4. - After receiving a degree in fine art from Loma Linda University, Agee moved to Los Angeles with his band, The Grazers. Soon after, the band broke up and he found himself taking classes at the Groundlings. For the next six years, Agee supported his comedy habit by working in reality television for such shows as, The Real World, Road Rules, The Osbournes, Temptation Island and Joe Millionaire. It was during that time that Agee met Sarah Silverman while doing a play written by one of Sarah's friends. In 2003, Agee became a clip researcher (or TV watcher) for Jimmy Kimmel Live and eventually became a writer for the show. It was also during that time that he made an appearance in Silverman's film, Jesus is Magic, as well as Bobcat Goldthwait's film, Sleeping Dogs Lie. Agee has also been a contributing writer for MTV2's The Andy Milonakis Show.

  1. - Best known for her role as the reality show producer Jane, in the HBO cult series, The Comeback. Silverman recently wrapped a role in the new Showtime pilot Insatiable, which stars Lara Flynn Boyle and Andie McDowell and she currently co stars in the CBS series, The King of Queens. Silverman has also appeared in the HBO series, Curb Your Enthusiasm, ABC's The Norm Show, the animated series, Family Guy, and she played "Laura, the receptionist" in Comedy Central's Emmy-winning series, Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist. Silverman has also appeared in her sister's comedy feature film, Jesus is Magic, the Universal feature film, Half Baked, opposite Jim Brewer and Dave Chappelle and she co starred in the David Mamet film, State and Main.