Sarah Silverman stars as Sarah Silverman, an unemployed single woman who still behaves like a child. Sarah depends in everything on her sister (played by her real sister Laura). Sarah is ...
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When Sarah enters a young girl also named Sarah into a pageant, they see how little they have in common and how very much they don't have in common. Steve in for questioning with the cops for leaving...
Each episode contains 30 minutes of extremely bizarre and funny sketch comedy performed by THE STATE, an 11 member sketch comedy troupe who wrote and starred in various sketches seen throughout the program.
Michael Ian Black,
Robert Ben Garant
Marc Maron has been a comedian for 25 years. He's had his problems. He was an angry, drunk, self involved, twice divorced compulsive mess for most of his adult life, but with the popularity... See full summary »
Explores the emotional struggles and sexual politics of a group of doctors charged with healthy libidos. Their dedication to their personal lives is relentless, interrupted only by the occasional need to treat sick children.
Sarah Silverman stars as Sarah Silverman, an unemployed single woman who still behaves like a child. Sarah depends in everything on her sister (played by her real sister Laura). Sarah is petty, self centered, childish, sometimes dumb and always Jewish. Other characters are her two gay neighbors (or gaybors as she calls them) and Laura's boyfriend who is a police officer. Written by
Dror Birkman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The series was almost not renewed for a third season because Comedy Central and the producers could not agree on the budget. Cable network Logo agreed to help produce the third season. See more »
I just tried to be like the others / But I pooped instead / I tried to join in with my brothers / I pooped instead / And I wish it never happened, that's what I wish / And I also wish so many things...
I wish every child had a mother / That's what I wish / I wish we could love one another / If I had one wish / And I wish all the nations belonged to one world / And I wish all religion was love.
And I wish the retarded... were re-smarted / That's what I wish.
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What a shame that re-runs of this show are dismissed so quickly by so many people. Lets be honest, nothing (besides air, food, and sex) are appealing to EVERYONE all the time, but don't be so quick to judge this show for being "terrible" or "brainless" before you really get an honest opinion. If you've seen Sarah Silverman, Brian Posehn, or Patton Oswald do stand-up and you've found it to be enjoyable, you're probably going to get a kick out of this show. However, if you prefer more realistic situational humor, you might not. The comedy is often tongue-in-cheek and most of the jokes shouldn't be quoted to strangers on a subway, but its self-aware immaturity and dark humor will definitely appeal to those that find pleasure in said humor stylings. I won't lie and say that every episode is a gem, but it's definitely more hit than miss in my opinion and lacks the slow start that often drowns out most of the real humor until latter portions of episodes. All in all, definitely a 9 of 10 for originality, lack of boundaries, and creative characters that avoid stereotypical molds that have been ripping off friends since its second season. Looking really hard at you here writers of "How I Met Your Mother". For shame.
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