NBC axed the poorly performing show about the Episcopal priest and his dysfunctional family today.
Bill Donahue of the Catholic League is ecstatic in an email: “This is good news for Christians and bad news for those who get their jollies trying to disparage them. … Hollywood could save itself a lot of money if they simply asked us to vet their shows. Our fee is high — obscenely high — but we’re worth it.”
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