Mr. Deity and the Book, Part Deux (S3E2)

See the extended video at Mr. Deity and the Book, Part Deux (Episode Two, Season Three)

Mr. Deity is upset by how he’s portrayed in the Bible.

Mr. Deity Himself reminded me that He’s alive and well and has plenty of new episodes in a season 3 that I haven’t seen. They’re over on YouTube as well but you can still go to MrDeity.com for the videos and more. I only link to the episodes I like and this is a good one covering some of the nonsense in the Bible. There’s 5 episodes so far in season 3 so you’ll probably see a few more referenced here.

Mr. Deity and the Good – Season 2, Ep 8

Mr. Deity and Larry discuss the finer points of religious fundamentalism and idealism.

Here’s another pick of mine from Mr. Deity season two where they go through a list of items to decide what is good or not. If a deity is the source of morality then he would have to go through this process of deciding such things. It’s a funny clip.

Mr. Deity and the Murder – Season 2, Ep 6

Mr. Deity and Lucy play a little game with Cain and Abel.

I had forgotten about this webshow and they’ve moved the newer episodes to a site called Crackle. This episode touches on a few funny points about Cain and Abel, the origin of their wives, and god actually being married to and in cooperation with Lucifer (Lucy).

Mr. Deity Episode 10: Mr. Deity and the Seed

Mr. Deity and Lucy work through a problem while Larry copes with the on-again/off-again nature of their relationship.

This one isn’t one of the best in my opinion but this is apparently the final episode for awhile. Mr. Deity posted this on YouTube:

Hey Everyone!
I just wanted to let you know that we’re taking a break while we’re in negotiations with some people regarding the future of Mr. Deity. There will not be a new episode for a while — until we get things resolved. Sorry for the delay, but this will ultimately be a very good thing for the show. Mr. D

I enjoyed the whole premise of this series and a few of the episode were great. I think I enjoyed it more when it was actually trying to demonstrate an absurd aspect of religion instead of just being absurd for it’s own sake.