Sunday, February 25, 2007

Not the Lucy You are Thinking Of

A friend thinks that Lucy/Lucifer (Amy Rohren) "Looks HOT" in both episodes she appears in so far...
Although I don't really swing that way, I have to agree. I also think she too has a keen "design sense", the Blue Dress occasionally adding a nice contrast to her warm-hued abode. But what's that sound in the background? Is that a gaffer finishing up his lunch and balling-up the leftover Saran wrap? While I love the sound of where Mr Deity hangs out above the firmament, (reminds me oddly of Star Trek or maybe 2001: a space odyssey ), I'm just thinking that along with the warm glow of split brimstone she could add some nice ambiance with a sound kinda like this one from the freesound project....but something anyway with a bit more of a nice low-rumble of a big bonfire rather than a "snap, crackle, pop". Wait, was that "product placement" right there?

Mr Deity Puts Some Of Us In the Same Pot

The guy on the left is TV star Merv Griffin, the humorless dude on the right is Pol Pot, who I can't manage to make a joke about at the moment. (Look up Genocide in any dictionary.)
Anyway, both these pictures were taken sometime around the 1970's... What possible link could there be? Before you go making up creative conspiracy theories check out EPISODE #7, Mr Deity and the Tour de Hell.

Random Signs from the Aether

  • Sarah of "Sarah and the Goonsquad" says the actor who plays Jesse/Jesus (Sean Douglas) is "kinda cute"... Is she practicing the art of understatement?
  • I noticed a couple weeks ago that Mr Deity has some German fans of the apparently atheistic persuasion (apostates!). Now he's getting fans in Holland... er 'scuse me; the Netherlands.
  • Joe of the irreligious blog "Joe.My.God" (Who I suspect, unlike Pastor Ted, is possibly one of those COMPLETELY homosexual types), says that the person of Mr. Deity is "nelly". I take extreme offense at this because it's the same as saying Mr. Deity is gay. Listen you heathen, Mr. Deity couldn't possibly be gay... (but then come to think of it, how could Mr. Deity be a heterosexual dude exactly? I mean, would he have the right parts?)
  • That said, I do like the idea of God (er, Mr. Deity) portrayed as a bitchy, self-involved Hollywood producer, even though I'm not fond of stereotypes exactly. (And I know, Dalton is I guess, more likely portraying Mr. Deity as a kind of cosmic Hollywood director.)
  • I have it on a higher authority (Hello Pat Robertson?) that Dalton and other cast and crew aren't in Hollywood, but ARE in Southern California, just scattered hither and yon. (Must make it tricky on a limited budget.)

Saturday, February 24, 2007


How strong is your faith? ("Faith in what?" some of you ask... Jesse!)
Mr. Deity is a brilliant, loving satire of the entity we humans have long looked up to.
While I happen to be an agnostic, many faithful folks and even a few God-forsaken atheists have been known to enjoy this "start up" comedy series.
I've decided to take it upon myself to help share the GOOD NEWS!
(By the way, that's the unofficial, un-authorized good news... do I need any other disclaimers?)