Undeclared (2001–2003)
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God Visits 

Luke convinces heartbroken Steven to become religious and love God instead of Lizzy. Marshall and Rachel turn her spare room into a party room even though Tina needs it to escape from her roommate who constantly practices the violin.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
... Steven Karp
... Lizzie Exley
... Lloyd Haythe
... Rachel Lindquist
Christina Payano ... Tina Ellroy
... Ron Garner
... Marshall Nesbitt
... Lucien
... Luke
... Professor Beyser
... Perry
Leroy Adams ... Adam
P.B. Smiley ... P.B.
Joanne Cho ... Susuki
... Shelia


This unaired episode centers around Steven becoming obsessed with the bible and God after Luke persuades him to follow the enlightened path while Lloyd decides the world is a dark and hopeless place of destruction. Ron convinces Lizzy to dump Eric and hook up with Steven but she is turned down because God is Steven's life now. Tina wants out of her room and into the newly vacant room co-existing with Lizzy and Rachel because her roommate won't stop practicing violin but Marshall and Rachel turn it into a party room and tell Tina it's no longer available. When Steven sees Luke making out with a girl he realizes what a mistake he's made and tries to get back with Lizzy but she is already back with Eric. Rachel's guilt gets the better of her and she finally let's Tina move in to the room while the same violin playing roommate that drove Tina out, makes Lloyd realize the world is okay when he hears her practicing. This episode is available on the DVD box set. Written by Mike Trigiani

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Release Date:

28 June 2003 (Germany)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Although this episode never aired, it is available on the Undeclared DVD set and Netflix. ETM See more »


The lecture on existentialism that is key to Lloyd's behavior throughout the episode consists entirely of an explanation of nihilism instead. See more »


References Eye of the Beholder (1999) See more »


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A very bad episode that isn't nearly "controversial" enough to be interesting
29 July 2008 | by See all my reviews

This episode is terrible, and it has nothing to do with any "controversial" content (it's too shallow to skewer any religion properly). It presents a simple and unrealistic view of Christianity: that just reading the Bible will turn you into a brainwashed, mindless Christian. And it's even worse when it comes to Existentialism, which this episode portrays as meaning that nothing matters, so you shouldn't try. That's about the OPPOSITE of existentialism. Existentialism was all about trying to find a reason to live (they were anti-suicide!).

Even if I wasn't insulted by the way Christianity and Existentialism were portrayed, I would still dislike this episode because the sudden character changes that Steven and Lloyd go through are boring and don't develop the characters.

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