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(1999, UPN) Jon Favreau wrote and directed this UPN comedy pilot, which starred Sarah Silverman as one of four L. yuppies and was called one of the best unsold pilots of the year by multiple sources.

Also produced by Larry Charles, , a sitcom about two geeky guys who run a comic book shop, for Comedy Central in 2000 as a starring vehicle for themselves.

Sarah Silverman reunited with Loren Bouchard and his gang just this past year when she began voicing the recurring character Ollie Pesto on Bouchard’s current series, Untitled Sarah Silverman Project (2003, HBO) A few years before her Comedy Central series came to be, Sarah Silverman created another TV show starring herself, this time for HBO.

The show was said to focus on “a narcissistic, well-meaning woman with a loose lifestyle who pokes fun at herself.” That’s a pretty generic logline and one that could apply to Silverman’s Comedy Central show (and probably her upcoming NBC show), but this HBO series was a separate entity from .

The talented voice cast featured Bouchard regulars Jon Benjamin, Sam Seder, Todd Barry, and Mitch Hedberg.

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“it was really good and it had a beautiful female part, this hippie free-spirited woman, that I really wanted to do.

Silverman found the show wasn’t to her liking and left after one season, like many talented comedians before (Harry Shearer, Larry David, Ben Stiller) and after her (Chris Elliott, Rob Riggle, Casey Wilson).

Despite the unsuccessful debut on , a Comedy Central show she starred in and created with Dan Harmon and Rob Schrab.

Let’s take a look at the “lost roles” of Sarah Silverman, including projects that would have seen her collaborating with Kevin Smith, Steve Carell, Doug Benson, Patton Oswalt, and Jon Favreau.

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first and third seasons, and Bob Odenkirk and David Cross liked working with her so much that they offered her a position on the show’s writing staff during its fourth season.Her turns as Mike White’s overbearing significant other in serve as the two most notable examples.