With her sexual and not-so-politically-correct brand of comedy, Sarah Silverman's potty mouth has made its way into her own television series. She plays a parallel-universe version of herself who ends up in a series of ridiculous and uproarious scenarios often involving her own, or someone else's, humiliation. No topic or outlandish idea is out of range for Silverman, who has made a name for herself with her stunning brand of shocking but undeniably honest stand-up routines. Season one finds Sarah drinking too much cough syrup, having a one-night stand with God, and adopting a homeless man. This is raw, cutting-edge comedy at its best, and each episode is another chance for Silverman to push the limits of a television show that might be offensive if it weren't so darn funny.