Poor God. Nobody listens to Him anymore.
If God told you to bring back “Enterprise”, would you?
“Pushing Daisies”, though? That’s another story.
I would, they were starting to figure out that it was okay to have fun with plots at the end. Of course this was because they were being canceled, but still.
If I were God, I would bring back Firefly
Well, no doubt he’s tried.
Hmmm… Nathan Fillion…
I would too. That show was far too awesome to be cancelled as soon as it was.
I would say, “What’s that god? Bring Firefly back? Of course. Thy will be done!
Ha no God would like a good show.
I must interject that saints are not (or should not) be idolized as Gods. They are only believed to intercede on your behalf. When a saint performs miracles when prayed to, the saint is sorta using his/her good graces with God to help convince Him to perform it. Kinda.
Also, I really like the idea of God saying, “Look. Shut up.”
If this story was done in 09 and beyond, Willis would wrote God wanted Animated back.
I seen Energon, Legend of Chun-Li, Godzilla’s Revenge, Heroes Volume 3, A bunch of anime fillers, last few episode of Seed Destiny, 1st Hulk movie. I wondering how this story arc gets a Discontinuity Nod. It wasn’t bad like everyone said it be.
I would not have had God suggest Animated in place of Enterprise in a later year. I would explain why, but decorum keeps me from explaining the joke.
God likes T’pol decontamination scenes?
Glad the obvious religion allegory ended at least on a more neutral note. No matter what though, Amber is still crazy.
Wow…God is surprisingly small minded. I like it! XD Assholes are always fun!
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