Mr. Deity can’t/won’t do anything about 9/11
, even despite Larry’s best efforts to intervene.
The gifts of God for the people of God: Here, Mr. Deity is pleased with himself about his gifts for his people, but Lucy is appalled. To make matters worse, she tells him what the Greek gods are giving their people. If you were a deity, which gifts would you choose for your people?
What’s a man to do when he’s properly qualified for a job, yet seems to have a hard time finding one? Perhaps suing the alma mater university is one option, but when he really needs a job, some more immediate action is necessary. Dumb down one’s resume, play down job accomplishments, or just talk it up are some options. Here, a desperate man resorts to dressing up like a gorilla, which appeals to some warped affirmative action, British style. Gotta love Monty Python for that.
Mr. Deity mentions the various power loungers such as Genghis Khan and Britney Spears, who seem to demonstrate that there is rest for the wicked. 😉
As usual, Mr. Deity smiles and laughs through a blunder he incompetently executed, this one being the venture of Jonah. Proof that prophets need hazard pay.
A very interesting discussion between Jesus and Mr. Deity
about the Gospels, AKA scripts. Enacting four different versions of the same play can be difficult… and confusing. Who knew Jesus had a Brokeback thing for the Apostle John?
Mr. Deity manages to bungle the prophecy of the Lamb and the Lion.
Mr. Deity’s and Lucy’s relationship takes an interesting turn when Lucy tries to explain that magicians really do. They work for her, after all.