Don’t mind me, just bawling at my desk because Sarah Silverman’s 19-year-old dog Duck died and she wrote the loveliest obituary for him. It will rip your heart open and make you want to run home and squeeze the bejeezus out of your pet, which is what I am going to do right now. Luuuuuuuucccccca! Mommy loves you so much!!!! Sob. RIP Duck Silverman. You were clearly a great dog and very, very loved. [Who Say]
No one ever really asked what the bros had to say about the Republican “war on women.” Which was sad, really, because they stood to lose quite a lot of blowies if we all had to be barefoot and pregnant. They will be ignored no longer! Now Sarah Silverman is putting that whole having-dated-Jimmy-Kimmel thing to good use and is urging bros to be bro-choice. You should watch it, bro.
As we’ve previously discussed, voter suppression laws are kind of a big deal — specifically because they impact the poor, people of color, the elderly and students much more than anyone else. And since we — and we’re guessing, you — aren’t Ms. Moneybucks P. Cashly, we’ll likely be disproportionately impacted. That’s why we really appreciate this video by Sarah Silverman that directly connects the recent changes in voter ID laws and requirements with voter suppression. Also, we love her shooting guns with her nana. [Move On]
“I saw my full frontal, I had an actual heart attack — and I’m proud to have done it … I actually gained 20 pounds for the role. I wanted to be lumpier. I said, wouldn’t it be interesting to have a posture of a lady caveman. I’m really happy with that.”
– Sarah Silverman on watching her nude scene in the upcoming film “Take This Waltz,” in which she plays a recovering alcoholic. Her “shower scene” takes place amongst a group of women of all shapes, sizes, and ages after a water aerobics class. Sarah Polley, who directed this romantic drama (also starring Seth Rogan and Michelle Williams), wanted to show real women with real bodies. Consider my film interest completely piqued. [The Hollywood Reporter] Keep reading »