This is a parody of the hit TV game show “Jeopardy”. Sir Greg Willis, the smartest man in the world, is completing against five year of Jace Barton, the youngest Jeopardy champion. Sir Willis may be book smart, but he has no knowledge of Jesus; which just so happens to be the correct response to all the questions.
Ms. Hatti is the first daughter of Ham, Noah’s third son. She is not only the oldest living person of color but the oldest living person in the history of the world! Join Ms. Hatti as she shares her fascinating perspective on the history of the bible as a guest on the Tonight Show. “Black Her-Story”
Like a Good Savior
This sketch is parody of the State Farm Insurance commercial, featuring the popular jingle, “Like a Good Neighbor, State Farm Is There”. A woman is struggling to pay her bills. She just can’t seem to get ahead financially. She needs help, so she calls on the Lord, “Like a Good Savior, Jesus is There”. Immediately, Jesus shows up to help her get through her financial crisis.
Life and Order – Sin Victims Unit
This sketch is a parody of the popular TV crime show “Law and Order”. The victim (Mrs. Washington) has been attacked by Sin. The police detectives, assigned to investigate the crime, are trying to identify which Sin(s) attacked Mrs. Washington and caused her to sin. Mrs. Washington is able to identify her sin attackers in a police line-up. The detectives give Mrs. Washington a few instructions to help her avoid becoming a victim of sin in the future.
The church anniversary committee is having their first meeting. As they begin to make plans for the anniversary, they are unable to come to agreement on anything. They decide to form a sub-committee each time they can’t agree. By the end of their meeting they feel they have make great progress when in reality they haven’t made any progress at all.
Me, Myself, and I – Can Get Along (women version)
Mrs. Anderson (I) desperately tries to live holy but struggles with her inner temptations; Me and Myself. If she can just stop these sinful tempters from influencing her, then she can live a life pleasing to God. Therefore, she goes to court to get a restraining order against Me and Myself. (The women version includes temptations and dialog more applicable to women)