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Sarah Silverman Throws A Cookie Party

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Sometimes after work this LAist just wants to go home. He wants to kick off his shoes, have some dinner and turn in early.

Sometimes, a friend who works "in the industry" calls near the end of the day and says that the girl who was supposed to go to this party or that premiere has bailed and asks what is this LAist doing tonight?

On a night like this, this LAist would've usually said "no," but then Mr. Industry Friend says that it's a party for the premiere of season two of The Sarah Silverman Program. That's when this LAist's rally gene kicks in and he puts on some nice shoes, a t-shirt with a clever slogan and straps his camera to his belt and heads out to Hollywood.

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Sarah Silverman puts the lie to the belief that women can't be funny and especially that hot women can't be funny.

If you've seen her on any of the Comedy Central Roasts or hosting some awards show or, more to the point, on The Sarah Silverman Program, you know that this is one funny Jewess.

Many more pictures after the jump.