Attracted by almost unlimited donations and government grants, our protagonist finds himself surrounded by crazy people and mad cap adventures ensue as he attempts to reach the top of this cult and cash in on the”unsearchable riches of Christ”.
This series has been described by critics as “the bastard child of “Are You Being Served?” and “The Producers””. The network has ordered a full season of 22 episodes. While details remain sketchy, we have been informed that at the conclusion of each episode, we will see a Blog update that is reminiscence of a certain 1980's classic TV show. Will Neil Patrick Harris guest star?
Watch as our protagonist attempts to convince the men of the shelter to undergo the “Origen Procedure” accompanied by cutting dialog and performances.
“Quoting Saint Paul, Crowley, Nietzsche and Plato at will has never been more enjoyable”, writes Buffy Summers of Sunnydale High School.
“If you stare into the abyss...”, said Boris Balkan of Balkan Press, with streaming tears of laughter.
“Wive and children in common..”, said Hank Reardon of the Philadelphia Times, “...hilarious”.
“It is a different kind of crazy” writes Katherine Dill of the Magnum Opus and Victoria Regina of the London Times said “We are not amused”.
“While trying to be a normal member of the shelter, he tries to convince others, with varying degrees of success, to become his apprentices...the creator of this series is a comic genius.”, writes McGregor Mathews.
“Love under the law and that goes for you botched and bungled people too”...the mixing of philosophies is unparalleled in TV history... a must see.” writes Chuck Munger of the Omaha Times.
“The absurdities of this show abound...all that is missing is a time traveling rabbit named Frank...”, writes Donald Darko of the Virginian Times, “He thinks he's rad, but he is just a CHUD...I think he's the f*ck*ng Antichrist.”
“Watch as our favorite “great” occultist tries to guess someone's astrological sign and, after 11 fails, the person is fawning over him...a modern day classic...” writes Francis “Champ” Leon of the Figeac Times.
“Who is more delusional...the psychotics or the “great occultist?”... ground breaking...” write Jonathan Bon Jovial of the New Jersey Tribune.
“The apprentices who don't live at the shelter...their performances are priceless.” writes Dean Corso of the Paris Sun.
“These are not the apprentices you are looking for.” writes O.B. Wan of the Hoth Inquisitor.