The "Million Ways to Die in the West" star's Thursday appearance marks her first return to "Jimmy Kimmel Live" since its host married show writer Molly Mc Nearney in July 2013.When Silverman visited the show in November 2013, she brought back a box of Kimmel's stuff.However, the "We Are Miracles" writer didn't let that deter her from praising her new beau, who stars in Showtime's "Masters of Sex," and laying into Kimmel."He's the best at what he does, he's so good," she said, with the audience cracking up at Kimmel's expense. I just, I really am so happy to have him be a part of my life and to get to be a part of his life.
It got so hot and heavy that I was like, "You wanna move this party to the bedroom? I mean, there was a time when my penis -- you would be amazed at what can happen to your penis from overuse. I mean, something happened to it, and it mushroomed into this -- I don't know what happened to me exactly, but I remember going to the gym with my father and having to really hide my penis from him because I knew he would rush me right to the emergency room. " Well, I didn't say "move this party." I said, "You wanna go into my, uh, bedroom? And he's like, "Okay."Kimmel: Like I'm gonna say no? I mean, at what point had all his clothes come off? In fact, it's something that I think about mentioning to my son, because I don't want him to have to go through that same thing. But if by some chance he does, I would just like to mention to young boys out there, it doesn't matter what it is -- it could be hand lotion, it could be margarine, it could be Crisco -- but use something as a lubricant, because it really helps. Silverman: My favorite story is when Jimmy discovered masturbation, and all of a sudden, instead of fighting to stay up later... Silverman: So he follows me down the hall, probably twenty-five feet to my bedroom, and I go into my bedroom and I turn around, and he's standing in my doorway, completely naked like a bear. And I looked at him like -- I don't know, I just was taken aback. Silverman: Up until this point, you know, we were very shy in front of each other. Kimmel: We're not popular enough to have paparazzi following us. But I'm not going to mention it to my son, because it would be inappropriate coming from his father. Kimmel broached the topic by bringing up Silverman's Emmy Award for writing in a variety special, specifically her acceptance speech in which she thanked Largo club owner Mark Flanagan for introducing her to her "love, Mr.Fancy Pants Sheen."The host followed up the speech clip with a quick quip: "Now, I believe that half of America thinks you're dating Charlie Sheen," he said.(There was a major purse gag this time around, but we'll get to that later.) The comedic duo, who launched the viral "I'm ...Matt Damon" video and its many response parodies, split in 2008, but their relationship has continued to be a running joke on the show.So whichever is most uncomfortable is which way she'll go. Silverman: Jimmy doesn't like it when I tell jokes about him. Do I have to add something like "What's up with that? Kimmel: If they did smell, I would go along with it as valid, but the fact of the matter is... Kimmel: Well, first of all, you absolutely do move your bowels, though it is infrequently, I will admit. The fact is, you do move your bowels, and it's a mess. Silverman: First of all, I'm very impressed that you've learned that men and women are different. Kimmel: I don't mind jokes that have some basis in reality. Silverman: You'll never know, because my nana has passed away. You say that I go to the bathroom and that I have gas. Silverman: What does it matter if your balls smell like my nana's house? Sarah Silverman stopped by ex-boyfriend Jimmy Kimmel's late night show Thursday to promote her new HBO comedy special and conveniently took the opportunity to return some of his old stuff. "People break up, and exes are gonna bump into each other. They're gonna be on each other's talk shows, you know?"It's like I never left, only you're married," Silverman said to her former beau of five years as she held a box of Kimmel's belongings. " the host said, Despite the two comedians efforts to joke around with one another there was still a tad bit of discomfort in the air. It's the cycle of life." "It's very natural," Kimmel said laughing.