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Batteries 

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

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Brian Spukowski
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Steve Myron
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Officer Jay McPherson
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Natalie
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Dad
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Mister Johnson
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Young Sarah Silverman
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Mrs. Ramstack
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Black God
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Police Officer No. 1
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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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Originally, Masi Oka was to appear in every episode as a different character. However, after this pilot was filmed Oka joined the cast of Heroes (2006) and he was unavailable to return to the show. See more »

Quotes

Clerk: A girl ripped me off. She's getting away. She's a white female, kind of jewy but totally hot, not out of your league hot, just cute. Long neck, really nice skin, she could easily pass for 20.
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Featured in The Sarah Silverman Program.: Muffin' Man (2007) See more »

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The SS Program
3 February 2007 | by See all my reviews

Heil yes! Always been a huge SS fan, happy to see her getting a chance to shine on a regular basis. Smart and funny = sexy. At the time of this posting I have only viewed the first 2 episodes. A solid cast with some of my other favorites rounding out the first 2 shows. Would love to know if her animation bit with the cough syrup and flying car was an homage to Pee Wee's Playhouse or just off the cuff. Either way it was well produced and hilarious. Can only hope that Comedy Central backs this show long enough for it to spread it's legs. Good luck little show and remember, "I think I can, I think I can."

"Dying is easy, comedy gets me hard."


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