Dana Carvey reprises his role as Church Lady and greets Pat Robertson (Al Franken) and Jimmy Swaggart (the late Phil Hartman) in this 1987 Saturday Night Live skit.
Probably the most significant Lego creation of all time.
Roy teaches a satirical lesson in cosmology. Performed at the Skeptics Society conference.
The Colbert Report reports that Easter is under attack and Jesus is packing. Hide your baby chicks.
Jess, Larry, and Mr. Deity struggle to come up with a Top Ten list.
Stephen Colbert introduces us to Bakersfield finest 'Christian Doctor' and asks "What would Jesus dispense?"
'I turn on the TV and I'm amazed the type of characters they have explaining my religion to the masses. No wonder the world is confused about Islam.'
Televangelists Jerry Falwell and Pat Robertson find themselves still on Earth after the the Rapture. From Family Guy.
A Muslim group known as the Katy Islamic Association, has purchased a plot of land in a small Texas community in hopes of building a mosque. Rob Riggle reports.
Carl Sagan's science program gets dubbed for a different audience. From Family Guy.
Parody from The Critic spoofing Keanu Reeves, Christian Slater, Patrick Stewart, and William Shatner.
Church Lady welcomes Hillary Clinton, Ann Heche and Eminem to her show and thoroughly disapproves of all of them. Features cast members Dana Carvey, Ana Gasteyer, Chris Kattan and Chris Parnell. First aired October 21st, 2000.
The Daily Show's Samantha Bee provides a look at fashion designed to please 'The Designer'.
Documentary examining how Monty Python's seminal 1979 comedy Life of Brian caused such a global furore amongst religious groups, who saw the film as blasphemous. Featuring exclusive interviews with John Cleese, Michael Palin, Terry Jones and Terry Gilliam, the Pythons reflect on the concept and making of the film and discuss the obstacles overcame. Given the uproar it created over 25 years ago, the program also asks whether the film could have been made in today's political climate.
Lucy takes Mr. Deity on a tour of Hell.