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Ms. Doyle goes to Hollywood to boycott a movie she accidentally showed to the class. While there, she learns the erotic act of the fetish.

Sunday School Episode Fun Fact #1: This episode makes fun of the movie "Ken Park". It is also bashing the director of the movie, Larry Clark.

Sunday School Episode Fun Fact #2: This episode also focuses on sexual experimentation, and how everyone has their own weird sexual preference.
Coincidentally, the ending of the episode focuses on how hypocritical people are towards sexual experimentation as well.

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xxhopingtearsxxxxhopingtearsxx

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Funny!

Hilarious episode! I love the "I think I left the oven on" thing. You are so hilarious!


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psychochick52psychochick52

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I understand the point of this

but I'm still uncomfortable with seeing people's naughty bits (why I am still here watching this series is a mystery). I do believe in free speech i'm just well uncomfortable with some stuff. Sorry if that is a problem. That thing with the old man narriating and the oven cracked me up.


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IntegrationIntegration

Rated 3 / 5 stars

It's alright

It's sick, confusing, and only one part was funny. I still give it a 6/10 because I love the others!



badazz5001badazz5001

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

sick

Weird.



IndianGirlIndianGirl

Rated 0 / 5 stars

Rude...

'I hate n*ggers' should not have been written on that mans shirt.


EricSullivan responds:

The offensive shirt is there for a reason. It's meant to convey the fact that the majority of the mob are not willing to look at another person's view point and instead cling to the close-minded ideals they so violently enforce. It's what the whole episode is about, really.

At the start of the episode, the main character, Ms. Doyle, is just like the man with the offensive shirt. Blinded by her own ideals, she doesn't see that the film she shows is just the artist using his right to express his own viewpoints. And because of her ideals, she goes to Hollywood to try and squish these opposing viewpoints, with the aide of other close minded individuals. She eventually learns that oppressing other's opinions and viewpoints is wrong by way of experiencing someone else's way of life (the German man's sexual fetish with feces).

Of course, she still ends up helping the mob hang the director up by his balls, so I guess you could say she only tolerates someone else's viewpoints, opinions and rights if she likes it.