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Category:Religious, Classic TV Clips
Tags:Aliens, religion, ufos, invasion, end of the world
Submitted:BOOSH
Date:07/04/08
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Comment count is 32
TheDevilsDictionary - 2008-07-04
Thouuuusands of books.
Udderdude - 2008-07-04
I don't remember the part in Sunday class where they taught about the imminent satanic-alien invasion. Maybe I should've paid more attention?
cognitivedissonance - 2008-07-04
I do, actually. But I was raised in one of the more lunatic sectors of the Baptists, where we were also taught astrology because "God put it there, and Satan has twisted it". I always showed up to sermons about aliens, witchcraft and Revelations, at least I knew I'd get something interesting.

Timothy A. Bear - 2008-07-04
Chuck is my favorite.
Konversekid - 2008-07-04
I love how he sounds like a stereotypical type casted infomercial narrator.

GoodAaron - 2008-07-04
In case someone is feeling saucy and willing to spend .50:

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000ZCPOUO/sr=8-1/qid=1215157 276/ref=olp_product_details?ie=UTF8&me=&qid=1215157276&sr=8-1&sell er=

ChocFullOfFunk - 2008-07-04
This would be insane even if it were just regular internet insanity. It's actually on-tv insanity. Which is unbelievable.
Cleaner82 - 2008-07-04
Yeah, though every time I've seen this fine program it's been on at like 2:00 am.

OxygenThief - 2008-09-03
His show is always on very late and always entertaining. I like to watch him weave his narrative every week by tying together phrases or sometimes single words from news articles around the world.

Bored one day, I decided to follow the trail of some of his sources and found that he occasionally references people who have taken their info from his own books.

The signs are all there because he wrote them.

Sean Robinson - 2008-07-04
That lady is willing to buy a lot of crazy shit, but you can tell instantly by the look on her face that she don't give even half a fuck about no damned ETs.
Caminante Nocturno - 2008-07-04
Rexella is the name of a sorceress.

From an episode of the Smurfs.
Comeuppance - 2008-07-04
Good, honest, old-fashioned crazy. Never gets old.
Ersatz - 2008-07-04
I fell asleep in front of the TV and woke up at 3am to a Jack van Impe show, and I couldn't believe the crazy. I mentioned in passing later to my father that I had seen some crazy ET/Satan guy on TV, and my father immediately said, "Oh! you were watching Jack van Impe!" and started telling me the detailed subtleties of van Impe's craziness.

I'm not sure what that says about my father, van Impe, or anything, other than that falling asleep in front of the TV is hereditary.
Syd Midnight - 2008-07-04
Yeah, the first time I ever flipped the channel over to him I thought it was a comedy skit for a good 4-5 minutes. Same with the musical "Rent".

Severian - 2008-07-04
Rexella needs a sammitch.

Maggot Brain - 2008-07-04
Not only is it bible crazy, it's also alien crazy.
kingarthur - 2008-07-04
At the intersection of Christian evangelicals/fundamentalists and Scientology...we find this.

Also: Chuck Ohman vs. George Takei vs. Kevin Conroy vs. Michael Clark Duncan in a voice over cage match? Who wins?


Dinky Patterson - 2008-07-04
Rexella was born in 1932.
Syd Midnight - 2008-07-04
Rexella must have a lot of surgery, or uses latex as make-up. Not bad looking for a ditzy crypt keeper.

boner - 2008-07-04
The Van Impes are either a couple of the craziest people on TV, or the most cynical motherfuckers on TV trying to make a buck off the real crazies.
Syd Midnight - 2008-07-04
Someone on PoE who'd worked for him at a studio said that he is dead serious, and really not a bad guy. He has his own little fantasy world, and people buy into it, so he's pretty happy with life.

Dinky Patterson - 2008-07-05
Syd: That's always been my impression.

Rudy - 2008-07-07
Jack Van Impe has been called the "Living Bible" because, as you've probably noticed, he has a habit of tossing off bible quotes and citing them during his broadcasts.

You may hear him quote exclusively from Matthew and Revelations, but that's only because they are the only two parts of the bible he gives two shits about, because that's the only two parts of the bible he needs to cite in order to sell shitty books to retards.

BillFisto - 2008-07-04
Five Stars for Chuck saying "Star Wars Battle of the Planets".
BillFisto - 2008-07-04
Also: Chuck's entire little speech sounds exactly like the plot for a late 80's / early 90's cartoon.

BOOSH - 2008-07-04
He's remixed Scientology for the fundie set

Awesome.
MaulLove - 2008-07-04
My mom watches this show religiously (pardon the retarded pun), and has sent them money in the past. Next time I'm visiting I'll have to see if she has any of their movies/specials.
bopeton - 2008-07-07
It's a show, meaning other episodes exist?

More, please.

Dicknuts - 2008-07-10
Chuck Ohman's hair.
phalsebob - 2008-08-24
Holy Balls! I need to see that video!
Xiphias - 2008-12-04
he who throws mud gets dirty hands
Lauritz Melchior - 2008-12-16
Beautiful!
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