Frustrated, deeply dissatisfied and burned out, Pastor Chaplin prays to have a different life. Much to his consternation (and in resemblance to his favorite TV show, Quantum Leap), his "request" is granted. Now he finds himself living the lives of many other, all living about in his town, and wishing this nightmare would end. Written by
Did You Know?
The name of the character portrayed by Bruce McGill
, Big Earl, is actually an anagram for the archangel Gabriel. This also explains why the character plays a harmonica. See more
Before Tony sweeps the DVDs off his desk, they change position from how they were just a moment before. In particular, the stack closest to the Mercy Streets poster on the wall changes the most. Not only does G.I. Jane disappear from the top but the DVDs beneath it all have their spines turned away, a 180 degree turn from how they were before. See more
[giving his sermon
So, how does the story of the prodigal son end? Kid comes home after squandering away his father's fortune, and he is - y' guys gonna love this - pretty much, he is treated like a rock star. Huh? You know, when you... a rock star!
[wailing an imaginary guitar
Wah, wah, wah, wah! Huh? Rock star on the drums. Dsh-dsh-dsh-dsh-dsh-dsh-dsh-dsh-dsh-dsh-k'chshshs! Ahhh! The crowd goes wild! And the respectful son - right?, the guy who stayed home and he DID... THE RIGHT... THING - ...
Written and Performed by Stephen Petree See more