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God has made a bet with the Devil: if one human of the Devil's choosing can't prove that humanity is decent, God will scrap all of creation and start over. The Devil chooses Detroit car assembly line worker Bob Alman. Now Bob has to live a decent life with no hints from God and constant temptation from the Devil. Written by
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Robert Downey Jr. was originally signed to do the voice of the Devil, but he was battling drug addictions and legal problems at the time. When Downey landed in prison, the role was given to Alan Cumming. See more »
You always say that. You always say there's a crisis in Africa.
That's because there always is a crisis in Africa.
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Fresh, unique, trenchant, witty, ... and yet down-home!
I love God, the Devil & Bob (GD&B)! I rewatch episodes a couple times a year, and still laugh at some of the jokes. And, occasionally, shed a tear or two.
It's a miraculous thing, really, apparently written by a chimeric beast; part divinity student, part Broadway showboater. Although perhaps too bad they skimped a little in the animation visuals department, the visuals nonetheless reasonably hold up their part of the bargain.
Special shout-out to the voice work: Everyone does a slam-bang job, but gotta pay tribute to James Garner, RIP. I also have a special place in my heart for Jeff Doucette's Smeck.
Check it out! But only IFF those jackanapes who fancy themselves "the elect" haven't yet made off with your sense of humor!
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