Sarah Silverman’s Dog Is The Worst Actor In Hollywood

How great was this season of The Sarah Silverman Program? I still don’t loooove the singing, but the rest of the show has really come into its own in the second season. In fact, I’m going to go out on a limb and say that if Curb Your Enthusiasm episodes are rated on a scale of 1-10, 10 being one of the best episodes, like “The Doll,” The Sarah Silverman Program is consistently turning in sixes or sevens. It’s that good. Season 2 ended last week, but Comedy Central is still putting up behind-the-scenes interviews with the cast, like this one about the making of the episode in which Sarah gets married to her dog, Doug. The dog is played by Sarah’s real dog “A stoned decision that we have to live with” and the cast and crew quickly learned that most shows use trained dogs for a reason:

(Via CC Insider.) If you didn’t catch, particularly, the episode in which Sarah makes up her own slang, it’s a must-see. And it guest stars Stephen Root as the inventor of the word “Booya.”