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An older Eric recalls a time when he fell in love with a bag of sugar as a boy. John doesn't care.

Sunday School Episode Fun Fact #1: This episode is based off an idea by Bill Saggot, a friend. The basic idea was of a lonely high school boy who can't get a date, instead falls in love with a bag of sugar given to him in Home Ec class to be taken care as a baby. As you can see, it's been changed around to fit the world of Sunday School.

Sunday School Episode Fun Fact #2: The older Eric & older John parts of this episode take place a year before "The Artist Trilogy" began.

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MASTERPIECE!

THAT WAS THE BEST,I LAUGH MY ASS OFF EVERYTIME I WATCH IT!



8

At the beginning, I thought you were parodying Psycho 4, with the tea... Apparently not. I am very happy to see that I missed this episode, because now I can watch two Sunday School episodes in a row. "Yeah! I'm better than Jesus!" Good looking characters, but that does not really matter, as this is a movie that relies mainly on humor, which it delivers like no other. Nice use of music, especially during the "So Happy Together" segment, it was quite ingenious. "...you did'nt pay the check!" That is the kind of stuff that I love to see, very funny stuff. I would also like to say thanks for the scene selection option, I hope more authors follow your lead and add one to their flashes if they are longer than usual.

Ryan



that was funny yet disturbing at the same time..

that was too funny, but sometimes disturbing, but the disturbing part was funny.. well anyways you did a great job, just need to work on your sound a little bit.. overall i think this was too funny, lol, sugar..



nice job

Good job Slater, I still remember my awkward sugarfucking days.


EricSullivan responds:

Thanks, SC.... for being the only member from GW who has watched this, from what I can see.
And thank you for the comments.


funny funny funny

I love it. I couldn't stop laughing at the sugar love scene. This was great writing. I'll definately be looking for more of your work in the future.


EricSullivan responds:

Great writing? That's the best compliment I've ever been given. And I was given it by 2 people none the less.

All of these reviews really made my day.

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Oct 28, 2003
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