Sarah Silverman Program: Season 2, Vol. 2
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Join Sarah Silverman and friends for the second season of her critically acclaimed Comedy Central series. Watch as she gets high for the first time, drives into Osama bin Laden (or at least people she believes look like him), suffers from bed-wetting and becomes homeless. Had enough yet? Well she also mocks the institution of marriageby marrying her dog. Disgusted? Offended? Think were lying? Then watch now and see for yourself! (studio)
Stills from The Sarah Silverman Program: Season Two, Vol. 2 (Click for larger image)
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Top Customer Reviews
OK, the title of this review and the "wow" are about all you need to know. Unless you're offended by somewhat (!) adolescent humor, you'll love this and her other DVDs. Actually, much of this does offend me, but I enjoy "Family Guy" in the same way, so maybe I'm just weird. And proud of it!
I find it funny that the label says "This show is intended for mature audiences" What is the rating system's definition of mature, I wonder? Heck, you can be emotionally mature and still find this kind of material funny. I love Sarah Silverman, South Park and many other Comedy Central vignettes-and I'm told that I am ahead of my time. I think it is the common denominator-these shows satirize and mock societal norms. In Season 2 Vol 2, we get to see homelessness, terrorism, drugs, and the sanctity of marriage skewered by the titular character--with hilarious results, such as Sarah marrying her pet dog, Doug, going through pregnancy, living on the streets after misplacing her keys and stoned voicemail thoughts-and let's not forget the accompanying hijinks of neighbors Brian and Steve, when they tackle issues like pot, flatulence, and a too-long beard fiasco.
This is your show if you enjoy the kind of comedy that does not follow "the script" of anything normal or whatever...it is my kind of comedy!
1. "Making New Friends" - Where Sarah dumps Laura, Jay, Steve and Brian for being
too predictable. She replaces them with an old guy, an overweight black woman,
the insecure kid behind the cash register and a cat with glasses who is apparently
a "Chinese banker." (These four are all great.) With an obnoxious but extremely
catchy "making new friends" song sung(?)by a little fat kid. The whole "overshare"
sequence is classic, especially when the black lady can't stop laughing at the
2. The "dotnose" episode where Brian "invents" this new word, overshadowing
Sarah's "ozay." Brian receives all kinds of accolades for his creation,
much to his amusement. He too can't stop laughing for almost the entire
As a result, this is my favorite collection. The commentaries are all
entertaining and well worth going through.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
excellent DVD - excellent price - BETTER than described - fast quality shipping !Published 23 months ago by DebDavis
While I enjoy my purchase, very cheap quality, on the flimsy side, could pass for a bootleg.Published on September 19, 2014 by PurpleDynastyGirl
This is sooooo crazy good! I loved, loved, loved watching SSP on repeat. I was in stitches every episode. This is a must have for all of us Sarah Silverman fans.Published on March 21, 2014 by N. Dillon