"The joke that everyone was upset about -- me calling the kids 'adorable mistakes' -- was the most innocuous joke," Silverman told USmagazine.com. "It never occurred to me that would be deemed hurtful or over the line. I don’t want to get into feuds with girls half my age. I’m in it to be funny and not for the drama. It’s embarrassing."
Asked what fans can expect when Season 2 of her Comedy Central show, "The Sarah Silverman Program," premieres on Oct. 3, Silverman said: "The story lines are ridiculous. It’s that contrast that makes the show work -- absurdity played real."
The comedian said there is even a chance Angelina Jolie will appear on the show at some point.
"I met her on the lot, and she was so cool. There is a chance she’ll show up in an episode," Silverman said. "I don’t know why, but I’m seeing her in an Annie wig."