Seemingly unconnected citizens of Tokyo are targeted for bludgeoning by a boy with a golden baseball bat. As detectives try to link the victims, they discover that following the assaults, the victims' lives have improved in some way.
An all-cynical, all-evil absurdist variety show that parodies the classic educational PBS shows of the 1970s, made up of old cartoons and educational films, children, and puppets from one's worst nightmares.
According to Scott Adsit, his staunchly Christian family were very offended by the content of the episode "God's Chef". His sister was so upset with him that they argued constantly. Adsit decided to quit the show. But a few days later, they decided to make up and Adsit rejoined the show. See more »
Boy Doughy, Reverend Putty's sermon today sure made me think.
Orel! You know you're not supposed to think when it comes to god and faith.
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During the closing credits of each episode, Orel is seen animating a different stop-motion movie, each starring Jesus or God. See more »
I have seen every episode, i must say it is the most creative and funny show on adult swim, pulls fewer punches then boondocks and is more odd then squidbillies. The show is about a boy who's life revolves around Christ's love, and his town full of God fearing people. The best part is the little details, the settings and names are full of extra jokes for the observant. a lot of the humor is showing a world full of the extreme right hyper conservatives. like most of the newest adult swim shows (squidbillies, perfect hair forever, 12 oz. mouse, and squidbillies ) no the animation isn't traditional, and the jokes are NOT family friendly, but goddammit its funny as hell. So if you have an open mind, like to laugh, and don't mind laughing at things that will probably send
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