Tonight On Pontificator TV: The Odd Couple, Staring Pope Francis And Mr. T

Tonight on Pontificator TV  we bring you a unique re-imaging of the Neil Simon classic, The Odd Couple  staring Pope Francis as Felix and Mr. T as Oscar.  Enjoy the hilarity as two men, who could not be more different, find themselves trapped together in a Manhattan studio apartment during a zombie apocalypse.   Leave their apartment and they risk being eaten alive by the living dead.   Stay in their apartment and they risk driving each other insane with their petty quirks and personality glitches.  How do they survive?  Watch tonight and laugh your ass off as you find out.

"Oscar, you left your filthy underwear on the couch again. You're more disgusting than the flesh eating ghouls roaming outside our door!"

“Oscar, you left your filthy underwear on the couch again. You’re more disgusting than the flesh-eating ghouls roaming outside our door!”

 

"Listen here, Felix! I pity the fool who moves my things, even my dirty undies, without askin' me first. Do it again, and I toss yer communion wafer eatin' ass out the front door, 'n those ghouls out there look HUNGRY!"

“Listen here, Felix!  I pity the fool who moves my things, even my dirty undies, without askin’ me first.  Do it again, and I toss yer communion wafer eatin’ ass out the door, ‘n those ghouls out there look HUNGRY!”

 

"BRAINS! BRAINS! BRAINS!"

“BRAINS! BRAINS! BRAINS!”

 

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37 thoughts on “Tonight On Pontificator TV: The Odd Couple, Staring Pope Francis And Mr. T

  1. I would SO watch this show!! 😀

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  2. You should write plays.
    Have you watched sunset limited?

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  3. Wait a minute isn’t the popey dopey doing the “Home Alone” pose?

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  4. Dammit man! What happens next?

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  5. This is way better than the Neil Simon classic!

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  6. I liked that show. Oscar was cool.

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