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 »
Orel, love gets in the way of the important things in life. Like going to sleep or being left alone.
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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 »
Having grown up in a town very similar to Orel's, I can safely say that this show is only slightly a hyperbole. Which is a scary thought.
The animation is good, but when you have content like this, that doesn't matter. If shows like Southpark and Aqua Teen Hunger Force have taught us anything, they have taught us that you can easily get away with terrible animation if your content is quality.
And, this show is pure genius. It is witty and entertaining, and pulls no punches.
I could do with a daily dose of this show. I'm shocked (and pleased) it managed to get on the air. I'm also very glad to hear there will be a season two.
Most Christians will hate it, bash it, and complain about the contents, but that doesn't make it any less funny (or any less true!).
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