Sarah searches for AA batteries and then sings a song about what is wrong with the world.



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Sarah searches for AA batteries and then sings a song about what is wrong with the world.

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8 March 2007 (USA)  »

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This episode was originally titled "The Pilot" and was filmed as the pilot for the show. But it aired as the finale for the first season. See more »


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Too random for it's own good.
11 March 2009 | by (Long Beach, California) – See all my reviews

The Sarah Silverman Show is a random show, with silly plot twists and stupid characters (This is not a bad thing). When watching this, you would expect it to be random, but this was like a compilation of 5 different plots all thrown together in one episode, topped off by a bizarre ending.

Sarah is watching television, and sees helpless kids with leukemia on, but the batteries in her remote are dead. So, she goes on a quest to the local liquor store to buy batteries, but she has no money. Many plot twists and story lines occur, including Sarah accidentally pooping in her pants while trying to fart, and Sarah having sex with "Black God".

It's almost as though Comedy Central had ordered many episodes for season one, and then changed their minds, leaving the program with nothing to do but take their extra scripts and shove an aspect of each one into the script. In the end, it's very unfullfilling, because too much happens, leaving an impression that this was all leading up to something else, and that nothing has happened. Sarah having sex with God wasn't that funny, and the battery storyline was poorly executed. Overall, the finale was the worst of the season.

My rating: ** out of ****. 30 mins. TVPGDS

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