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Jan 16, 2005 | 10:09 AM EST

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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.

Reviews


HeinrichHeinrich

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Pretty funny

The flash was pretty funny and keep up the good work.



dj20003dj20003

Rated 5 / 5 stars

richard is the most funiest fuck ever

richard rules well and eric idiousy


EricSullivan responds:

Is that you, Richard?


SanjinSepirothSanjinSepiroth

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

um...

this is pretty crappy...but since i love ur series, u get a 9 ^^


EricSullivan responds:

Not too many of the SS fans like #10. :(


NocturneDNocturneD

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Good work

That was actually funny, hellova lot funnier than anything that ever touched this site.



JordanWWJordanWW

Rated 5 / 5 stars

masterpiece

From all your movies i've seen this is one of the best. Anybody could tell you have gotten awsome at the animating and i could tell in this movie you were trying out alot of different stuff. I dont know how you do it but the file sizes are very small but the movies are really long and i wish all the movies on newgrounds were like this because i'm a fucking dial up user god dammit. Anyway i hope one day one of your movies gets on the front page because they deserve it.


EricSullivan responds:

Just do you know, a one of my movies has made it on the front page, before. It was "The Passion of the Christians", a one of my worst movies ever made. :p
And my brother Sean and I also have a movie located in "The Matrix" page of Newgrounds. It was our spoof "The Mattress Resprung".

But thanks for the encourgement... and I actually had no idea dial-up users loved my work. :p