The Sarah Silverman Program: The Complete Series
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Step into the adorably deranged world of Sarah Silverman as she goes about living her life, which on any given day can include taking in a homeless man, exploring her sexuality, suing Home Alone the movie or attempting to marry her dog Doug. Along with her sister Laura (Laura Silverman), geeky gay neighbors Brian and Steve (Brian Posehn and Steve Agee) and Officer Jay (Jay Johnston), Sarah manages to fall into some pretty unique, sometimes unsettling and always hilarious predicaments. But no matter how weird, wonky or just plain wrong things get, she always manages to land right side up in her upside-down world.
Now, for the first time, get all 32 episodes with all-new extras in one complete DVD set!
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Silverman and company have laid out a veritable feast of helpless laughter over the shows too-short three-season run .... Its an undeniable keeper and very Highly Recommended. --DVD Talk June 2012
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In my humble opinion, Sarah Silverman is freaking hilarious. What she says is funny, but it's *how* she says it - subtle inflections and mannerisms - that makes her extraordinarily funny.
And if you think that she is spewing vulgarities and bigotry just to get a few shock-giggles, you aren't paying enough attention. She is more morally-serious than you probably realize. She does these things to magnify absurdity--to make them ironic and dumb.
And Brian and Steve... oh my, what a pair. Other than Troy and Abed on _Community_, I haven't seen a better dynamic between two characters.
You won't find many (any?) shows as hilarious, conceptually interesting, and risky. May you make many more TV shows, Sarah Silverman.