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Heaven's Chimney 

The Mr. Show cult prepares to take viewers up Heaven's Chimney. David gets deprogrammed as a follower. Bob survives "The Devastator". Plus an inside look at the Hail Satan Network.
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Episode credited cast:
David Cross ... Himself - Host / Various
Bob Odenkirk ... Himself - Host / Various
John Ennis ... Various
Tom Kenny ... Various
Jill Talley ... Various
Jay Johnston ... Various
Karen Kilgariff Karen Kilgariff ... Various
Brian Posehn ... Various
Paul F. Tompkins ... Various
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Janette Andrade Janette Andrade ... 1995-1998
Theresa Mulligan Theresa Mulligan ... Various
Brett Paesel ... Various
James White James White ... Clarence Trill
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The Mr. Show cult prepares to take viewers up Heaven's Chimney. David gets deprogrammed as a follower. Bob survives "The Devastator". Plus an inside look at the Hail Satan Network.

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12 September 1997 (USA) See more »

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Teera da loo!
16 April 2006 | by quark42See all my reviews

A fine start to a fine season. Bob shows up as a recently upgraded video image spirit with his loyal follower, TV's "David." What follows are send-ups of religion, sex, thrill rides, instructional videos, and the Trinity Broadcasting Network.

Who is really there to meet us on the Other Side? Would you watch your friends have sex on behalf of their fertility? Why do people ride a roller coaster that means certain death? Is sharing bad news with the driver of a car such a good idea? What is the size limit on TV preacher hair?

These questions will probably be unanswered by the time the episode is over, but you should be both offended and amused by then. Teera da loo, indeed.


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