Making 'Magic' (And Trouble) with Sarah Silverman September 11, AIDS, the Holocaust — the comic and actress Sarah Silverman has repeatedly proved that practically nothing need be off limits in a joke. Take the title of her Off-Broadway show, which later became a film: Jesus Is Magic.
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Making 'Magic' (And Trouble) with Sarah Silverman

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Making 'Magic' (And Trouble) with Sarah Silverman

Making 'Magic' (And Trouble) with Sarah Silverman

Making 'Magic' (And Trouble) with Sarah Silverman

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She only looks prim: Sarah Silverman's comic repertoire includes more than one song about poop. (Lesbian reproduction, too.) Kevin Winter/Getty Images hide caption

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