Even those who thought comedian Sarah Silverman's account of her casting-couch encounter with late late-night talk-show host Joe Franklin was the funniest thing about THE ARISTOCRATS may not be entirely prepared for 70 minutes of pure, unadulterated — and very, very adult — Silverman. A comedy writer for Saturday Night Live
at the tender age of 19, Silverman now works a shade of blue comedy so dark it verges on black, and she's not afraid to include references to the Holocaust and AIDS in her monologues. In fact, the wraparound intro that sets up Liam Lynch's film of her 2005 one-woman show involves both of those notorious comedy killers. After listening with ...