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Sarah Silverman Hates God, Gets NBC Series

Kathy Griffin has had some success with her God-mocking “comedy” act … and now here comes Sarah Silverman.

Thanks to NBC, the “comedienne” who says vile things about Christ and Christianity and so many other topics will get her chance at a sitcom on the network.

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The as-yet unnamed show will star Silverman, Jimmy Kimmel’s ex-mate, and it will be interesting to see how well received it will be.

It’s hard to believe middle America will go for her act, which can be shrill and nasty and the series will probably crash and burn.

It’s just disappointing NBC would even go pursue someone so blatantly anti-God and with such poor values.

I know some of her story growing up, I share some of it with her and I know how difficult things can be.

But spreading nastiness by the cover of “comedy” shouldn’t fly and this series probably won’t either.

NBC, still proud as a peacock?


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