Comedy Central Features God Having Sex

March 8th, 2007 10:28 AM

As reported by NewsBuster Ken Shepherd Wednesday, America’s newspapers are getting rid of their religion sections like bad habits.

Speaking of losing one’s religion, Comedy Central Wednesday evening featured the star of the “Sarah Silverman Program” having sex with God, and disparagingly tossing him out of bed in the morning using the lame excuse that she had to help her friend move out of her apartment (video available here).

Think this was suggesting that God is Good?

Update: Michelle Malkin, Allah, and Ace offer their opinions on this issue.

As reported by World Net Daily (h/t Drudge):Silverman was shown in bed with an amorous Almighty, whom she referred to as ‘Black God,’ portrayed by actor Tucker Smallwood, a former NBC television director who also served in the Army in Vietnam.”

Here is a partial transcript from WND:

God: I had a really good time last night. A really, really good time.

Silverman: Thaaaanks (in a disdainful tone). Me too.

God: Come to heaven with me today.

Silverman: Today.

God: You'll see the past and the future. You can fly, and I will introduce you to Thomas Jefferson.

Silverman: Oh, awesome. I told my friend, Natalie, I'd help her move, though.

God: I can stop time!

Silverman: That is so sweet. Oh, your pants are over there. I mean, not like I'm asking you to leave. I just mean, like if you can't see it from this angle of still being in my bed.

God: Right, I should go.

Silverman: OK, um, all right, so, I guess I'll see you around some time.

God: Do you mean it?! Or are you just saying that?

Silverman: I don't just say things. I'm a lot of things. I'm not dishonest.

God: Can I get your cell number?

Silverman: I don't have a cell phone.

At that point, Silverman's cell phone starts ringing and the embittered God character zips up his pants. At the conclusion of the episode, Silverman knees God in the groin.

It seems that the media’s campaign for a completely secular America has moved in a truly disgraceful direction.