The Sarah Silverman Program

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  • TV-14
  • 2007
  • 3 Seasons
  • 6.8  (7,443)

Take a romp through the slacker world of The Sarah Silverman Program. Watch while Sarah Silverman plays her guitar and sings songs that serve as the background soundtrack to her own self centered world. A world where there is always someone who is offended and Sarah Silverman is always the hilarious perpetrating offender caught red handed. No subject is too taboo to touch; jokes about homosexuality, abortion, and AIDS are just a few of the edgy envelope pushing comedy premises that drive this hilarious show. This show is a fun fest of tasteless humor of the non politically correct variety. With three seasons worth of episodes that totally push the envelope of nothings sacred as never before. Silverman plays an unemployed, irresponsible version of herself. To say she is oblivious to others would be an understatement. As she in her childish alter ego form inadvertently and impulsively walk through life insulting family, friends, and strangers the like. With her childish self absorption being at the very core of what allows her to get away with such antics. Like many people who are childish and self absorbed she seems to attract a circle of like minded eccentric individuals. All of her friends seem to join in with indulging her in her antics making the show all the more fun to watch. With its blend of musical numbers and animated segments which help to drive it's playful in your face absurdity. You'll be humming along and laughing out loud at Sarah Silverman as she walks through and breaks up the monotony of every day life with the occasional blast of gas and an inappropriate fart joke. You couldn't ask for a better sense of comedic timing in a really cute package with a ponytail. Sarah Silverman says it without a doubt with this show- The time to laugh, play, and act offensively immature is right now!

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Wowschwitz
10. Wowschwitz
April 14, 2010
Laura and Sarah mount dueling Holocaust memorials. Sarah invites her friend Murray, who was at Auschwitz, to be the guest of honor at her memorial. She does not realize that Murray was at Auschwitz as a guard.
A Good Van is Hard to Find
9. A Good Van is Hard to Find
April 9, 2010
Sarah repeatedly gets into pedophiles' vans and discovers that it's the vans that are making the drivers creepy. Brian and Steve argue about whose turn it is to do the laundry after both are sprayed by a skunk.
Just Breve
8. Just Breve
April 2, 2010
Sarah narrates, the story of Steve creating a baby robot, for Brian and he to care for. Meanwhile, Laura and Jay discuss their sexual interest with each other.
Songs in the Key of Yuck
7. Songs in the Key of Yuck
March 25, 2010
Sarah and Steve go to a jam band concert where Sarah convinces the fans they don't actually like jam band music, they are just tripping.
A Fairly Attractive Mind
6. A Fairly Attractive Mind
March 18, 2010
When Sarah wrongfully begins to believe she is mentally retarded, she becomes determined to use her disability to inspire people. Meanwhile, Brain and Steven switch bodies when they bump heads trying to pick up a magical dragon phone.
Smellin' of Troy
5. Smellin' of Troy
March 11, 2010
Sarah's childhood imaginary friend Troy draws her into a life of sex and drugs. Meanwhile, Steven writes a song mocking Brian after he refuses to let Steve play in his band.
Nightmayor
4. Nightmayor
February 25, 2010
When Sarah gets tired of hearing about the upcoming local election she decides to entertain herself by campaigning for a fake write-in candidate.
A Slip Slope
3. A Slip Slope
February 18, 2010
Sarah sues the film Home Alone for prompting her to kill her new neighbor. Meanwhile, Brian tries to get even with a bird that keeps defecating on his head.
The Silverman and the Pillows
2. The Silverman and the Pillows
February 11, 2010
After Sarah's brunch is interrupted by a children's book reading, she decides to show everyone how easy it is to make children's books and television. Meanwhile, Brain and Steven are informed that their genitals have an unpleasant odor.
The Proof is in the Penis
1. The Proof is in the Penis
February 4, 2010
Laura purposely misinforms Sarah that she was born with both male and female genitals. Meanwhile, Steve and Brian are hunted by a ghost.
Description

Take a romp through the slacker world of The Sarah Silverman Program. Watch while Sarah Silverman plays her guitar and sings songs that serve as the background soundtrack to her own self centered world. A world where there is always someone who is offended and Sarah Silverman is always the hilarious perpetrating offender caught red handed.

No subject is too taboo to touch; jokes about homosexuality, abortion, and AIDS are just a few of the edgy envelope pushing comedy premises that drive this hilarious show. This show is a fun fest of tasteless humor of the non politically correct variety. With three seasons worth of episodes that totally push the envelope of nothings sacred as never before.

Silverman plays an unemployed, irresponsible version of herself. To say she is oblivious to others would be an understatement. As she in her childish alter ego form inadvertently and impulsively walk through life insulting family, friends, and strangers the like. With her childish self absorption being at the very core of what allows her to get away with such antics.

Like many people who are childish and self absorbed she seems to attract a circle of like minded eccentric individuals. All of her friends seem to join in with indulging her in her antics making the show all the more fun to watch. With its blend of musical numbers and animated segments which help to drive it's playful in your face absurdity.

You'll be humming along and laughing out loud at Sarah Silverman as she walks through and breaks up the monotony of every day life with the occasional blast of gas and an inappropriate fart joke. You couldn't ask for a better sense of comedic timing in a really cute package with a ponytail. Sarah Silverman says it without a doubt with this show- The time to laugh, play, and act offensively immature is right now!

The Sarah Silverman Program is a series that is currently running and has 3 seasons (32 episodes). The series first aired on February 1, 2007.

Where to Watch The Sarah Silverman Program

The Sarah Silverman Program is available for streaming on the Comedy Central website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch The Sarah Silverman Program on demand at Apple TV+, Paramount+, Amazon Prime, Amazon, Vudu, Microsoft Movies & TV, Apple TV and Comedy Central.

  • Premiere Date
    February 1, 2007
  • IMDB Rating
    6.8  (7,443)