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Bob Allman (Character)
from "God, the Devil and Bob" (2000)

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  1. "God, the Devil and Bob"
        - Bob Gets Involved (2001) TV episode, Played by French Stewart
        - God's Girlfriend (2001) TV episode, Played by French Stewart
        - Bob's Father (2001) TV episode, Played by French Stewart
        - There's Too Much Sex on TV (2001) TV episode, Played by French Stewart
        - Neighbor's Keeper (2001) TV episode, Played by French Stewart
          (8 more)

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From "God, the Devil and Bob: Bob's Father (#1.11)" (2001)
God: Look, I know you're father was a jerk to you but you don't know what was in his heart.
Bob Allman: Oh, don't do this. Don't give me that crap. I don't care what was in his heart. He never shared it with me.
God: You're right and you're right to be mad at him but it's not your job to forgive him, it's mine.
Bob Allman: Yeah, well.
God: Did you know your grandfather?
Bob Allman: What? No, he never talked about him.
God: Now he was a scary guy.
Bob Allman: Oh, so that makes it ok for my dad to treat me bad? Hah, liberals.
God: No, that's not what I'm saying. Look, bob. Ok, picture this long line of fathers and sons stretching from Adam all the way down to Andy. Now they're all passing down this punch. From one generation to the next, father to son, and the trick is to pass on a softer punch.
[God pulls down his glasses revealing a small portion of his eyes]
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