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TV is Magic!

TV is Magic!A brief reminder that Sarah Silverman premieres her brand spankin' new sitcom tonight on Comedy Central (10:30pm). We saw a brief clip at last year's CDR 4th anniversary show and we found it to be, according to our notes, "a wild, hysterical romp of absurdity that will no doubt threaten to break out of your television set and into your living room, forcing the viewer to question the reality of space and time, bringing about the end of the human race in the process."

Not surprisingly, the suits don't mention this possibility in their press release:

"The Sarah Silverman Program" stars Silverman who plays a character (aptly named Sarah Silverman) whose absurd daily life is told through an array of scripted scenes and song. In each episode, Sarah manages to fall into unique, sometimes unsettling and always hilarious predicaments, with her sister (played by real-life sister Laura Silverman), her geeky gay neighbors, Brian and Steve (Brian Posehn and Steve Agee) and Officer Jay (Jay Johnston) never far from her side.

To get you in the mood, we present a clip from Silverman's interview with Jimmy Kimmel last week during which she presented her attack on the attack on global warming, entitled "A Very Convenient Truth".

After the show, we recommend heading over to the AST board and participating in a virtual roundtable discussion with like-minded individuals.

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