Changing your profile picture on Facebook to a cartoon character to raise awareness for Child abuse is the stupidest @##@ing idea ever.
In darkest New England, a tribe of elderly female churchgoers conduct a secret rite every Sunday. The result: coffee jello. Seven times stronger than the purest methamphetamine, this noxious substance and its use have finally come to light.
In yet another battle of the ongoing War Against Christmas, the American Atheists take to the streets. Fox News is there to save Baby Jesus from these vile fiends.
The Atheist’s dilemma: is Christmas just a crass commercial shill, or a bullshit celebration of Baby Jesus?
Penn feels intense compassion for several ministers who have come out of the closet as Atheists. Apparently, they actually read the Bible and realized how immensely ludicrous it all is.
A recently discovered letter, written by Albert Einstein, demonstrates Einstein’s views on religion, God, and the “Chosen” status of the Jewish people. [SPOILER!] He thinks it’s all “an incarnation of the most childish superstition.”
Penn has a startling encounter with Al Pacino and drools over ingenue Lily Rabe. Who says Shakespeare ain’t for dummies?
Penn delivers a book report on “Was This Man a Genius?: Talks with Andy Kaufman” Julie Hecht interviews Andy Kaufman, trying (and mostly failing) to get a straight answer out of the notoriously evasive comedian.