Critic Consensus: Earnest and sarcastic, crude but compassionate, I Love You America is a welcome dose of optimism in an overly cynical late-night landscape.
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From inciting treason to telling poop jokes, Sarah Silverman has created her fair share of online chatter. With I Love You, America, she's looking to connect with people who may not agree with her personal opinions through honesty, humor, genuine interest in others, and not taking herself too seriously. While it's great to connect with like-minded people, Silverman feels it's crucial, now more than ever, to connect with the un-like-minded.
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I Love You, America really comes alive when Silverman leaves the studio.
I'm glad Silverman has a venue for this because we should have a venue for this. The other political late night hosts can feel like they're preaching.
Some viewers will find these conversations galling and ill-considered; for those willing to stick around, however, I Love You, America is a fascinating, if occasionally challenging exploration of what, precisely, a streaming talk show can do.
But the strange cocktail of earnestness and sarcasm, sincerity and self-awareness, political commentary and dumb gags, is like nothing else on television or streaming.
In short, contemporary politics is all feeling; what it lacks is empathy. Thus, Silverman's task - to use the former as a vehicle for the latter - is a noble one. And she most certainly has her work cut out for her.
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