They are back! Unfortunately. TBS’s humorous anthology, Miracle Workers, kicked off its final season, which took place on the Oregon Trail in 1844 on Tuesday. If you were hoping that they couldn’t find a way to blaspheme Christians and God in such a setting, as they did in the first season which took place in Heaven, you would be dead wrong. And it is the Reverend (because, of course) who delivers the worst line of all, calling God a “sick son of a bitch.” The first episode of Miracle Workers: Oregon Trail, “Hitting the Trail,” opens as Reverend Ezekiel Brown (Daniel Radcliffe) oversees the funeral of a person who died of cholera. After another victim falls from the disease in the middle of the funeral and the townspeople realize that there isn’t enough harvest to get through the winter, they decide to travel to Oregon to Ezekiel’s suggestion to hope for a better life. Their only dilemma is that they need an experienced guide to show them the way. Enter the other main star of the series, Steve Buscemi as outlaw Benny the Teen (who is clearly not a teenager), a notorious criminal wanted by the Sheriff for murder and theft. Impersonating someone else (“John Nobody”), Benny agrees to lead the locals west as a means of escape after the sheriff picks him up in town. During the journey, Ezekiel begins to realize that John is the wanted criminal Benny, and as a sissy bounty hunter known only as The Man in Black (Karan Soni) intercepts the trailer, Ezekiel shows him Benny, leading to Benny’s capture. But that leaves them with a big problem that Ezekiel did not consider in advance. They are on their way to Oregon and in the middle of nowhere with no idea how to proceed, which leads to Ezekiel’s collapse and his blasphemous lamentations against God: Caution: Hey, Zeke. Everything is fine ? Ezekiel: Yeah! Yeah great. Benny goes to jail and everything will be fine as far as Oregon. I am perfectly capable of leading us. I just need to find which direction is west. Caution: Uh … uh. Yes, it is not a card. This is an anatomical drawing of a horse. Ezekiel: Yes, it is so. Hmm, there are her mighty hips. Oh my God. We’re screwed, aren’t we? Caution: Yeah. Ezekiel: It doesn’t make sense! Why? Why would God send an evil man to lead us on a righteous mission? Why God why? What do you want from me? Is that some kind of test, you sick motherfucker? Caution: Wow! Ezekiel: You want me to crawl on the floor and spank my little ass, right? I will do it! Is that what you like? Am I a good little pig? Oink! Oink! Caution: Hey, stop. Come on, drop it. Get up. Hey! Listen. What if God doesn’t punish you? Maybe God is okay with you doing a little harm if that means doing a lot of good? Ezekiel: You are right. You are right. We have to get Benny back. Caution: Yes! Thank you. Okay, the bounty hunter probably didn’t get very far. We can still catch up. Todd: Careful? Where are you? I screwed up that toilet paper. We’re going to need something much stronger. Ezekiel: Do you have to deal with this? Caution: No. Todd can take care of himself. Let’s get out of here. Which leads to our next nice plot point. Prudence Aberdeen (Geraldine Viswanathan) is married to Todd (Jon Bass), a foolish misogynist who treats his wife like his personal servant. There is an obvious chemistry between Ezekiel and Prudence and it is obvious that Ezekiel feels sorry for her for being married to someone like Todd. It’s clearly seen where this is heading and the previews of the upcoming episodes seem to confirm a romance between the man of God and the married woman. Because in Hollywood, there is no good Christian who does their best to obey God. Even the townspeople, who are probably all Christians too, mock Benny as he tells campfire stories about being caught adultery by a husband he ends up doing. shoot. MDR! We understood. It’s meant to be a light comedy that shouldn’t be taken too seriously. But when the comedy constantly turns into fanaticism against Christians and God, it very quickly becomes very funny. It is also quite unoriginal. Can’t Hollywood find someone else’s faith and values to mock and degrade for a change? The Conservatives are fighting back! This episode was sponsored by AT&T, TD Ameritrade and Taco Bell. Click on each advertiser for their contact details to let them know what you think of this episode!