Sarah Silverman’s jokes are NSFW, controversial and laugh out loud funny. The comedian, actor and author of memoir, The Bedwetter: Stories of Courage, Redemption and Pee has made a bold-faced name for herself in the typically male-dominated world of stand-up comedy based on her edgy, political jokes and roles on The Sarah Silverman Program, School of Rock and Wreck-It Ralph.
Here are 10 of her many genius jokes. Yes, they are NSFW:
It’s out of the guilt-ridden frying pan and into the shame-filled fire as Marc travels down to Florida to visit his mother Toni (Sally Kellerman) in last night’s episode of Maron. And if matriarchal angst didn’t deliver enough pain — does it ever? — Marc also had to deal with Toni’s annoying boyfriend.
Here are the 5 funniest GIFs from last night’s Maron episode, which you can watch right now on IFC.com and the IFC app.
1. Things were tense, to say the least.
2. Marc acknowledges his feminine side.
3. But also shows he’s from the street.
4. On the other hand, urban fashion statements are lost on him.
5. But at the end of the day, the treatment is clearly working.
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Wednesdays are tough. You’re halfway through the week, but there’s still half of the week left. Luckily Wednesdays mean brand new Maron, with yet another chance to gain some much needed wisdom from Marc Maron. This week Marc continues to dig himself out of his own personal hell, making us all wiser in the process. Before you catch tonight’s Maron, check out some Marc quotes to get you over “Hump Day.”
1. Set realistic diet goals.
Instead of looking up how many calories you have left for today’s nutritional intake, admit that you just want something of the whipped and creamy variety.
2. Assert yourself into the conversation.
Instead of letting people walk all over you, be like Marc and demand to be heard…even if it’s just to tell someone to shut up.
3. Trust no one. Except Marc.
Instead of trying to figure out which friend could keep a secret, admit that you yourself couldn’t keep a secret to save your life.
4. Minimize your shortcomings.
Instead of blaming the world for your failures, admit when it’s your own damned fault…to a point.
5. Celebrate accomplishments. Even minor ones.
Instead of wishing for greater success, take pride in the ways that you have excelled without judgment.
6. Remember that every day is filled with potential.
Just make sure you have enough coffee.
7. Demand proof from others.
Instead of potentially being in someone’s shadow, throw doubt on anything they haven’t properly documented.
8. Take a moment to reflect.
There’s a first time for everything.
9. Be honest about where you’re at right now.
Instead of avoiding embarrassment, embrace it.
10. And finally, remember the important things in life.
Instead of bemoaning the inadequacies of your relationships, perhaps due in part to items 1 through 9, just focus on the physical.