Sarah Silverman‘s brand of humor isn’t for everyone. Dare I say, it’s not for many people, after her particular brand of “cute girl says ‘doody'” wears a little thin. However, her Comedy Central show was able to transcend that convention, offering viewers some interesting slice of life, friendship and family dynamics that we normally don’t see when she’s onstage talking about waxing her butthole.
The show seems fairly sit-com-y, and not in a bad way. It’s about a woman starting her life over after exiting a long-term relationship. That’s something we can all relate to. Except for the people out there who will never be loved. Those people watch the MOST TV.