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Sarah Silverman Not Offended by Charlie Sheen's Comment on 'Kimmel'

March 24, 2011 (1:53 am) GMT
However, she thought the crude joke would not be edited out from the broadcast and would really hit the spot if she and Jimmy Kimmel are still dating.

actually did not take 's comment about her being a "whore" too seriously. The comedienne responded to the actor's crude joke on Monday night's "", saying "it sounded actually funny".

Sheen crashed the late night show, brought a toothbrush with him and slammed it on Kimmel's desk. He said, "That whore Sarah Silverman left this at my house". , who dated Silverman for more than five years, felt it was insulting toward her and edited out the part from the broadcast.

But Silverman took it lightly, telling Detroit's Mojo In The Morning co-host Shannon Murphy, "Jimmy told me and um, you know I think it, from what I hear it sounded actually funny." She added, "I would have a lot of nerve to get offended by that or anything."

However, she thought the joke would be more relevant and would not be edited out if she and Kimmel are still dating. "I think because it doesn't make sense. We haven't been together in like two years. To me it's only funny if we're dating or there's some connection between us but, he, I think he like respectfully edited it out, but I mean personally I think it would have been funny if it made sense," she said.


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