Know what’s really funny? Saying “vagina” a lot. And mocking the religious faith of others in service to your shallow ideology and your marginal comedy career.
So it’s really funny to be Sarah Silverman (except when it isn’t, because sometimes people can be so mean to an actress of a certain age.) For instance, she got to do a new anti-Christian, pro-abortion
Predictably, the Jesus Silverman met was upset by “People who use my name for tolerance and oppression.” Oh, and he told her “fertilized eggs aren’t people. People are people” as she braided his hair. Then, either diving to deeper level of irony or offering up a sop to viewers who’s hatred of Christianity isn’t as well-honed as Silverman’s, Jesus said, “But, people who believe fertilized eggs are people are people too. You have to love them. You’re not better than them.”
From there the
She went on bemoan the fact that states have implemented new laws, “making access to safe abortions less and less possible.” Illustrating with childish cartoons, Silverman lists the parade of indignities some women must go through just to kill her unborn child. She offered the juvenile contention that if sperm were considered alive, men would be subject to similar procedures. “You would not believe the amount of men who do not feel like masturbating after that.”
No word on the release date for “Silverman Meets Muhammad,” but it’s sure to be a laugh riot.