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Everybody Loves Jesus 1

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Aug 12, 2009 | 3:44 AM EDT

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Everybody Loves Jesus is a TV show style animation about the day-to-day life of Jesus. This is not the Jesus of Nazareth that we know, but the Jesus of LA!

Jesus was born on the 25th December in Bethlehem, Israel, and immigrated to New York with his mother at the age of six.

At the age of eight Jesus was spotted by an advertising agency and used for several adverts for a local church. This led to him being noticed by Mike Shumagio, looking for a child actor for his sitcom Living with the Flannigan's. After being written out of the show at age thirteen, Jesus moved with his mother to a small condo in Los Angeles to pursue a career as an actor.

Jesus had many minor roles for many years until his largest role to date as the lead in Lord Godfrey's epic trilogy The Bible. The trilogy brought him to celebrity status and paid for his house in the hills. Stereotyped as the actor from The Bible, Jesus has found it hard to obtain other roles in films. Living of the success of The Bible Jesus has, as of late, become a celebrity socialite and is often seen mingling with the stars to the early hours in LA's best clubs. His most recent projects have been appearing on Dancing with the Stars and presenting MTV's Music Gospel.

Jesus' sexuality has been the talk of many magazines and websites. He has never publically made any comments on the matter, yet there has been much speculation that he is homosexual. The many women he has been seen with are assumed to be him covering up the truth out of shame.

In this episode Jesus struggles to organize a party...



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars




Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

jesus is is really black

he was from Bethlehem and no white people there at that time WORK IT OUT PEOPLE!! thats why you only get 9/10 (for lack of common sense) but good animation good sound this is a great parody


Rated 4 / 5 stars

not bad but...

You did well on a Family Guy style of flash. But there were some things lacking.
1. It could have been funnier.
2. The voice actors need to try harder.
3. It was too short.
4. More charachters were needed.

But what i loved was the reference to the 2 fish and 5 loaves.

BTW, i would like to see an episode depicting all the things you said in your commentary.


Rated 4 / 5 stars


Is this supposed to look exactly like Seth Macfarlanes work?


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

strangely good

Jesus is a Ladyyyyy AAAAAAAAAARRRRRGGH Has the world gone mad???