- I'm still sick, and therefore still crabby
- I have been watching TV and sleeping in maybe roughly equal amounts since midday Friday
- I'll watch almost any damn thing if it's likely to be funny at this point
- I have a great deal of respect for the good the Catholic Church has done in the world, while still disagreeing with much of its doctrine
- I don't think, usually, religion is the cause of evil; I think some people behave badly for a variety of pretty much inexcusable reasons, and when those people happen to be in positions of power, the damage that does can be worse (of course, the converse is true for people who behave nobly)
- I'm tired; that was a lot more philosophical than this likely warrants
- I rarely like British television as much as people think I will
Three Catholic priests are exiled to a remote Irish island after various misdeeds brought them under the scrutiny of the bishop.
Sound like a terrible premise for a comedy TV show? Nightmarish, even?
Oh, wow. Spoiler after the colon; highlight the text to read: The last episode of the series, no kidding, is titled "Going to America."
I am afraid to watch this show, but I don't really see how I can not. Did everyone else already know about this?