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A rather tame episode of Sunday School, where Eric & John try to get into the State Fair. Oh, and there's something about a dragon... or something...
Sunday School Episode Fun Fact #1: This episode is a direct adaption of an older short story written by Eric Sullivan.
Sunday School Episode Fun Fact #2: Listening to Seal really will explode your head.
Sunday School Episode Fun Fact #3: This episode sucks.
Dude this series needs a desperate comeback. Even if you kinda ran out of steam with the latest episode still you should come back and make some new cartoons A new series perhaps? Ah well still waiting here!
i fuckin love the matrix revolution!
reaalllllyyyy funny this time, the drawing is getting awesome. eric is better thn todd from goth lyfe. and i kinda like the song at the end, but i think only for nostalgic reasons because my mom listened t o it every day in the ghetto to piss off her satanist neighbor. good work!
dude best freaking thing ever
hey can u make more than just 14 its awesome
pistol cocked. that was fukin hilarious
Not really that interesting fact:
The "pistol cocked" line is actually a inside joke. I had a friend who would say "pistol cocked" when he meant to say "pistol whipped". We never understood why he would mix up whipped and cocked, but regardless, we always found it hilarious every time he said it.
Zelda + Sunday school = Awsomeness
I don't even like "Wind Waker" that much, but I have to say it had the best graphics as well as the best story of any Zelda game I've played. Hell, I dug the intro cut-scene so much that I had to spoof it. :p
Featuring Epic Voice Guy
A big head dog auditions to be the mascot of some commercials.
Detective Nwar flashes back to his days as a police officer.
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