Thursday, December 29, 2005

The Aristocrats

The dirtiest joke ever told is coming to DVD! Preorder The Aristocrats
today on Amazon! Sarah Silverman gets amazing reviews by critics and audiences saying her joke is the funniest of all!

Monday, December 26, 2005

Entertainer of the Year

Sarah Silverman made Entertainment Weekly's list of Entertainer's of the Year. Click here to read the article.

Monday, December 19, 2005

Sarah Silverman Forum

The Sarah Silverman Forum is now in effect. Come join and discuss whatever you wish about Sarah Silverman. It's also a great way to meet some other fans.

Saturday, December 17, 2005


Sarah Silverman was on Nightline ABC last night under their "Pushing the Envelope" segment, which is something Sarah is notoriously known for. Click here to see a segment from the airing.

Friday, December 16, 2005


Sarah Silverman's song "You're Gonna Die Soon" from Jesus is Magic is actually being considered for an Oscar.

42 Songs Compete for 78th Oscar®
Beverly Hills, CA — The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences today announced that 42 original songs from eligible feature-length motion pictures are being considered for the 78th Academy Awards®.

Click here to see the article and view the entire list of 42 songs. (

Pilot for Comedy Central

Sarah recently finished filming the pilot for her new show coming to Comedy Central Fall 2006. Regarding the pilot, Silverman says:

I play Sarah Silverman, that same kind of assholier version. I need four double A batteries [because my TV is stuck] and I can't change the channel and it's on this Care commercial for kids with leukemia and I can't cross [the street] because there's a wheelchair marathon and I first think it's an anti-leg rally. I poo my pants a little bit and I sing a song about that and how I wish the world was a better place and every child had a mother and stuff.

Thursday, December 15, 2005

Last Laugh '05

Sarah Silverman appeared this week on Comedy Central's "Last Laugh '05." She sang her rendition of "Amazing Grace" in an unusual 3-part harmony. Click here to see her backstage interview.