Sarah Silverman shares a photo in support of her sister's participation in "Rabbis to Holot," a campaign for African asylum seeker rights in Israel. The post Sarah Silverman wants you to visit Holot appeared first on Jewschool.
MPI Media Group has acquired all domestic distribution rights to Uncle Nick, a comedy starring Brian Posehn (Mr. Show, The Sarah Silverman Program). The film is directed by Chris Kasick (Attack of the Show!), with screenplay by Mike Demski and executive produced by Errol Morris. Show More Summary
Cashier #1: Me and my ex-boyfriend are on common ground. Cashier #2: What does that mean? Cashier #1: We both know it will never work out between us. Cashier #2: Didn't he say he wanted to knock you up again or something? Cashier #1: Yes.–Grocery Store, ChelseaOverheard by: Torch
Sarah Silverman has joined the cast of that boy band-boosting Lonely Island movie. The comedian will star alongside Andy Samberg’s rapper character, playing a publicist who The Hollywood Reporter says is both “sharp and sarcastic” and “has to suffer many indignities,” like being the publicist for a washed-up rapper who was once in a boy band. Show More Summary
David Letterman‘s final The Late Show is coming up on Wednesday (April 20), and celebrities are remembering some of his best moments, compiled by GQ! Will Ferrell, Tina Fey, Jimmy Kimmel, Sarah Silverman, Ricky Gervais, Paul Rudd and more remembered the 68-year-old talk show host’s funniest moments. Tina, who has made 19 appearances on the [...]
Countless celebrities, from the likes of Barbara Walters to Sarah Silverman, spoke out in sorrow after the untimely death of famed comedienne Joan Rivers back in September 2014. But there were a few tributes in particular that struck...Show More Summary
In honor of the series finale of Mad Men this Sunday, we polled a number of actors, writers, and directors on their favorite Mad Men memories. Their answers range from the obscure (that time the elevator disappeared) to the show-defining (that time we found out Don is not actually Don).... More »
I think what makes someone get away with a joke that rides that line is the spirit of the joke, who the joke is really about, and mostly, the heart of what transcends beyond the words. If some frat boy says a joke about a race or sexual identity that is not his own it’s going […]
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Even though Amy Schumer and Sarah Silverman have proven that it is possible to say the word “vagina” a lot and be a popular comedian at the same time, Whitney Cummings continues to get work. Cummings’ newest project was announced today by HBO, which has ordered a pilot for a half-hour comedy created, written by, and starring Cummings. Show More Summary
For Americans just learning of feminist comic Sarah Silverman, start with this: She’s not very smart. On Equal Pay Day, April 14, she issued an apology on Salon.com for lying in an equal-pay anecdote about a comedy club. Where were the...Show More Summary
Guest post by DMartyr Left-wing wacko Sarah Silverman was busted telling a lie about gender discrimination she faced when she was first starting out: In an April 6 wage-discrimination-activism video for Levo League, Silverman accused New York Comedy Club owner … Continue reading ?
They love their Stories, don't they? Talking with Salon about all the Wage Discrimination this comedian has not faced, she invented a tale of woe in which a club owner paid her (male) friend Todd Barry $60 for a set,...
Last week, an organization called Levo League released a video PSA in which comedian Sarah Silverman told an anecdote about a time she was paid less than a man for the same job. Now, after the comedy club owner she named in the story disputed the details, Silverman issued an apology statement to Salon, expressing her "regrets" over the mischaracterization of the situation.
THE NARRATIVE IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN THE TRUTH: Sarah Silverman Apologizes for Fake Story…Sort Of…Then Doubles-Down on Fake Story. “While she acknowledges that her story about being cheated out of equal pay had nothing to do with sexism, equal pay or cheating, she says that that was not her main mistake.”
Sarah Silverman apologized to New York comedy club owner Al Martin for her story about gender inequality in last week's Levo League video.
No matter whether you choose to believe Sarah Silverman or Al Martin over who paid whom what and how much several years ago, believe this: New York Comedy Club is a supporter of fair and equal wages today. Literally. New York Comedy Club tonight hosts "70 Cents on the Dollar," a stand-up comedy showcase with […]
Recently, Sarah Silverman came under fire for an anecdote she shared about her experience with the wage gap
Sarah Silverman compares income inequality to basketball while hanging out with an adorable dog. Once upon a time, Sarah Silverman was paid $10 for a fifteen minute standup set, while her friend Todd Barry was paid $60 for the exact same thing. Show More Summary
In today’s Tweet Beat, DJ Ansolo gives some extremely important advice, Sarah Silverman is a gentleman, and Jax goes to Coachella and if Kara doesn’t find him her coworkers will be VERY upset. Read more...