Hey look, a rare Saturday post! I’m here to add to an earlier post. It’s not really an amendment. But “adden…dum” didn’t have the biblical ring I was looking for.
Thanks to Kevin, you now get to enjoy the spectacularly hyped Christian Sitcom Pastor Greg.
Go here for the opportunity to watch 5 streaming episodes. Although, I guarantee that you won’t make it past the pilot (Impressions).
But give it a look. Go see what passes for funny with certain Christians. The laugh track will help you spot the jokes (you’ll need it).
I have a few notes for the producers at Pastor Greg.
1) When installing the carpet on your set, don’t put the seam in the middle of the playing area.
2) When installing fake brick pillars, make sure that the corners match up. No gaps. Real bricks don’t have gaps at the corners.
3) I know that you’re building the spirit of community, but don’t just hand out “5-and-under” roles to any member of your parish that raises their hand that week.
4) Don’t end the show in the middle.
5) Sitcoms are supposed to be simple. They really shouldn’t have plot holes.
6) Utilizing the word “dude” doesn’t make Pastor Greg hip and cool.
7) Fire the writers.
And a question: How come the kids in the church can get away with directly disobeying the pastor? They were escorted out of the room where they were drawing pictures, only to sneak back in sometime later (off camera) to continue drawing. While I respect their need for creative outlet, I can’t abide the blatant disrespect for the under-pastor’s wishes. And why do the “fuddy-duddy” parishioners become “hip and cool” before they meet their new hip and cool Pastor Greg?
Thanks for your time, producer-type-people.
Really, though. Go watch the show. And make a prayer request while you’re at it.
And just try to keep that theme song out of your head.
Fun Fact: There is nothing fun about Pastor Greg. That’s a fact.