Malcolm in the Middle on God

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Meet The Wife
Bob Cargill on the Holy Grail
So Long, And Thanks For All The Memories (From Dan)
  • http://www.imagesandmeanings.com Gary Hill

    Priceless, absolutely fucking priceless!

    The wisdom of children…

    • Jer

      Well actually it was probably not written by a child.

  • L.Long

    But whether you believe in some gawd or other, it is the way it is.
    Brilliant summation of reality with a gawd involved.
    And looking over the OT it is just about the way it was.

  • http://thatsmyskull.blogspot.com/ Sleestak

    I LOVE YOU LITTLE NON-PROGERIA BOY

  • Michael

    This is the real conclusion Ecclesiastes reached–the one before the last couple lines got tacked on.

    • trj

      It also gives associations to Romans 9: God will treat you however he pleases for his own shallow purposes, and there’s absolutely nothing you can do about it.

      • anonymous

        meaning er are helpless..were just pawns in chess that being controlled..what a shame..

      • anonymous

        meaning er are helpless..were just pawns in chess that being controlled..what a shame..

  • http://bankside-jms.blogspot.com/ Jain

    I distinctly remember watching this scene and being blown away by it.

  • Joolz

    That scene isn’t from “Malcolm in the Middle” – it’s the character Brick from the series “The Middle”.

    • Joe

      Yes, it is from “Malcolm in the Middle”, this is Dewey, the forth child. I distictly remember this episode. I love how Dewey answers his own question, leaving the Sunday school teacher speachless.

      • Joolz

        My apologies – I got my Middles muddled :) Feel free to delete my comment (and this one, obviously).

  • FO

    Look what I have found… ^_^

    Dewey, The Ant Hill God
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y2p6bKD3YIw

  • http://theotherweirdo.wordpress.com The Other Weirdo

    I’d forgotten that when I was young, I used to smite ants all the time, too. Only I was more biblical about it than that kid. I used to a magnifying glass against the sun and, when I got bored with that, I would drip melted plastic on them.


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