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Sarah Silverman discusses her views on the current emotional state of the country.
Season 1, Episode 25
Comedian Sarah Silverman discusses her perspective on the current emotional state of America.
Season 1, Episode 24
Season 1, Episode 23
Season 1, Episode 22
Season 1, Episode 21
In the season finale, Sarah expresses gratitude for the country, then hangs out with her dad to talk about the cost of getting old. Musician Sturgill Simpson takes to the stage to give his opinion.
Season 1, Episode 20
Sarah talks about the nation's justice failures, then plays a game of HORSE with different religious leaders to find out who is right about god. Bill Maher takes to the stage as Sarah's guest.
Season 1, Episode 19
Sarah Silverman looks at the lack of proportional representation in our government. She meets up with Jesus at the polling booth and gets his opinion.
Season 1, Episode 18
Cory Booker takes the stage as Sarah talks about people who use religion for personal gain. She visits Lady LIberty for a personal chat.
Season 1, Episode 17
Sarah chats racially-charged feminism and meets up with a conservative family in Wyoming. Civil rights activist Dolores Huerta guest stars.
Season 1, Episode 16
Sarah delves into the changing climate as well as the origins of conservative theorists. Steve Schmidt, a strategist for the Republican party, is the guest.
Season 1, Episode 15
In the aftermath of the Kavanaugh hearing, Sarah works through the variety of complex emotions. Later, she heads to Alabama to pay a visit to Woke Vote, an activist group.
Season 1, Episode 14
Special guest Bill Burr speaks about managing his temper. Sarah and Bill discover they have plenty in common in this deep and meaningful interview.
Season 1, Episode 13
Sarah talks about her problematic history, then goes on a blind date with a conservative. Criminal justice reform activist Shaka Senghor is the guest.
Season 1, Episode 12
Sarah discusses comedy's place in our current culture of outrage, then spends the night in the Hall of Presidents. Sen. Bernie Sanders (Ind.-Vt.) is the guest.
Season 1, Episode 11
Sarah attends a pro-life group meeting; and discusses the nation's difficult relationship with the truth. NFL players Doug Baldwin and Malcolm Jenkins are the guests.
Season 1, Episode 10
Sarah gets into the holiday spirit by discussing the War on Christmas; and sends comedian Kate Berlant to lead a tour group in Washington DC. Writer Roxane Gay is her guest.
Season 1, Episode 9
Sarah discusses the rise of nationalism, shares her vision for America and meets a variety of different New Yorkers hitchhiking around the Big Apple. Patton Oswalt is her guest.
Season 1, Episode 8
Sarah talks parenting and learns little kids' big dreams, then visits a Brooklyn classroom to impart life lessons as a substitute teacher. Wisconsin congressional hopeful Randy Bryce is her guest.
Season 1, Episode 7
Sarah celebrates Thanksgiving with her sisters in Los Angeles, and sends friend Ravi Patel to Chicago to trace the 50th anniversary of his father's arrival in America. Rabbi Susan Silverman, Sarah's sister, is her guest.
Season 1, Episode 6
Sarah offers creative feedback to hate groups and meets a staunch conservative in the heart of Hollywood. Former neo-Nazi Christian Picciolini is her guest.
Season 1, Episode 5
Sarah reflects on the anniversary of last year's election and sends friend Gil Ozeri to spend the night in a doomsday bunker. Father Greg Boyle is her guest.
Season 1, Episode 4
Sarah shares her bedtime ritual and travels to Nashville to write a country song. Mary Gauthier is her guest.
Season 1, Episode 3
Sarah previews this year's political Halloween costumes and sends friend Tig Notaro to get auctioneer lessons. Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) is the guest.
Season 1, Episode 2
Sarah's Dad shares life advice and Sarah travels to one of the most conservative counties in Texas. DeRay Mckesson is her guest.
Season 1, Episode 1
Sarah Silverman looks to connect with people who may not agree with her personal opinions through honesty, humor, genuine interest in others, and not taking herself too seriously.
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