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Eric asks his dad to tell a bedtime story. It turns out it's his father's own twisted rendition of Hansel & Gretal.
Sunday School Episode Fun Fact #1: Rotting corpses in the Sunday School universe turn to the color of green.
Sunday School Episode Fun Fact #2: Beverly Hills Cop is referenced many a times in this episode.
There are no words to describe how great I think that was.
Sunday School is insane, its a sick series.
Keep them coming.
eric sullivan.... you very very funny man. hahahaha. you make me laugh.
Don't get me wrong, this is way better than any of the other ones overall... but its the same thing as them. Learn some new jokes, try a little harder with the plot, and maybe go back and count how many times you use the same crap over and over again in this series. Not to mention the series is called Sunday School... just a suggestion but you should start getting back to making fun of christianity.
Same jokes? What's the same? The only thing I can think of that's kind of the same is having Mr. Yahtzee come back, and I only did that to please some fans.
And I guess I can see why you didn't like the plot, being that it was just an adaption of any already established story.
And I've already answered that title question. The series is really suppose to be about the sunday school class itself, but it'd be kind of lame to call the series "Sunday School Class".
Making fun of Christianity was never really meant to be the point of the show, and even if it was, I'd still end up doing some kind of episode like this after so many because you only make fun of Christianity for so long before it gets boring.
But if it makes you happy, my recent Sunday School 13 pokes some fun at Christianity.
Umm...the previous reviewer. John Totty should answer that statement.
John actually hates this site (mostly because of how some reviewers treated some of the movies Sean & him did). This is just the sort of thing he'd could care any less about, so I doubt he'd even waste time with this.
Besides, I think it's pretty obvious I'm not racist anyways. I mean, why would a racist make a black person a one of the main characters of the series, let alone make him the smartest of the characters in the series?
An indirect Sequel to "The Artist" shows the life of the salaryman
Cornelius & Toots are back, and a Haunted House Ride seems a little spookier than usual!
this one isn't funny
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