The Sarah Silverman Program

Season 2 Episode 5

Ah, Men

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Aired Thursday 10:30 PM Oct 31, 2007 on Comedy Central
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Sarah starts a relationship with God who turns out to be needy and insecure. However, she still hopes to show him off at her upcoming high school reunion. In the meantime, Brian and Steve question the origins of their sexuality.

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  • At first I liked her comedic style but after watching this ep. I truly believe she is a closet racist Making God black does not make it okay for him to be belittled or a POT head and people laughing at his drunkin ass I was hoping he would smite all thosemoreless

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    asses who treated him that way.I wanted to show a person this show b/c I thought it was different and cute and wierd and funny all in one bag, but I had the bad luck to show them this ep. not only were they insulted and disgusted by this show but it made me look bad like I was as retarted as Silverman! Sorry but I'm just being honest this show is bad hence the 7 episode seasons and there is a good indication to others of a sick unfunny racist show when the star of the show lickes thier pets butt, jokes about abortion and is all non chalant about the whole thing. Not to mention Silverman aint that cute anymore gaining some wieght, and getting bags under her eyes! The black face ep. whoa, and the homeless black crack head low blow, With all these twisted shows that Comedy Central produces I think they dont care about the moral decline of society just producing shows that sicken the minds of everyone, Silverman u should be ashamed of ur self!moreless

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    • Sarah: Wow, Doug. What a crazy day. I learned that God has created great things like rainbows and baby bell cheese, but he also created some failures like the genocide in Darfur or the last season of 24. Hey, that rhymes. But one thing's for sure, I know now that God truly is omnipresent because his balls smell like they've been everywhere. Goodnight Dougy; I'm all you've got in the world.

    • Steve: You know what, man? Pot didn't make me gay; you made me gay. Pot just made me gay for pot.
      Brian: Well, I'm pretty gay for some pizza right now.
      Steve: Nicely done.

    • God: Sarah, I know I've made some mistakes. I'd love to be able to start this whole thing over.
      (extends hand)
      God: Hello, my name is God. It's nice to meet you.
      Sarah: Hi, God. Say, you look familiar. Are you that anus I brought here tonight?
      God: (to bartender) I need a drink.

    • Brian: Why does your bong have balls?

    • Laura: Sooo, God seems nice.
      Sarah: He's so nice.
      Laura: Ohhh...
      Sarah: He's so tender. Like, earlier this afternoon I had the worst diarrhea and he acted like he didn't hear anything...
      Laura: Oh...
      Sarah: ... you know. No jokes, no teases. Listen to me, I'm...I sound so adult.

    • (God and Sarah are sitting in front of a crying child)
      Sarah: Kids. Do you have any?
      God: Nope.
      Sarah: (elated) I knew it.

    • Sarah: Excuse me, God? Hey, it's Sarah Silverman. I don't know if you remember me from the sex we had?

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    • The Oh-Face Guy

      This character is a reference to a scene from the 1999 movie Office Space where the character of Drew (played by Greg Pitts) is explaining that if things go well, he'll get to use his "Oh Face" which he demonstrates is the face he uses during intercourse.

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