Sarah Silverman Posts Her Entire ‘Susan 313’ Pilot on JASH YouTube Channel

In an interesting drop for YouTube, comedian Sarah Silverman posted the entire episode of her rejected NBC pilot “Susan 313” on her YouTube channel JASH yesterday.

Is it any good? Silverman says in the intro to the video: “This isn’t ‘can you believe they didn’t pick this up?!’ This isn’t that kind of posting. It’s like they probably did the right thing.”

Silverman also expresses pleasant surprise that 20th Century Fox, the studio who owns the show, allowed her to post it on YouTube (because, you know, they were going to otherwise make a mint off of the DVD sales).

Oh, and the episode also features a Jeff Goldblum cameo appearance … he’s a weird man. Watch the episode to see the weird man.

JASH, for all of you who aren’t in the know, is a collaborative YouTube channel started by Silverman, Michael Cera, Tim Heidecker, Eric Wareheim and Reggie Watts at South by Southwest in March of this year. Silverman said then about JASH: “We each have pages within Jash and we each can curate those pages. This is what we think is funny. It may not be your cup of tea, but there’s no testing involved, there’s no second-guessing of what a 14-year-old boy would like. It’s just a place to do stuff and fail or not fail.”

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