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When Jesus came to Chelsea

Posted on 22 May 2012, 6:54

Oh dear… there’s trouble in Chelsea. Or to be more precise, in Made in Chelsea, E4’s fake reality TV show. Jamie has been betrayed by his best mate Spencer, who knocked off his girl while they were both in Dubai. Jamie’s in a state of emotional collapse when his other mate, Francis, calls round with 12 cans of beer and an oven-ready sermon.

Here’s the dialogue (see it on the 4OD website, starting at 15:55)...


Francis: You know, look… when I’m, you know, trying to deal with betrayal, I think of what Jesus would do.

Jamie looks incredulous.

Francis: Jesus was kind of like a superhero, you know. He just… got shit done.

Jamie: OK.

Francis: Judas betrayed Jesus.

Jamie: Mm-mm.

Francis: What did Jesus do?

Jamie: Forgave him?

Francis: Exactly. What should you do?

Jamie: Forgive Spencer.

Francis: And Louise.

Jamie looks baffled.

Francis: You don’t want to forgive Louise?

Jamie: No!!!

Francis thinks for a bit.

Francis: I don’t know if Jesus would only forgive Spencer, though.


Thanks to Tali Garan (my daughter), who pointed me to this. ‘Best religious chat I’ve heard in a while,’ she said. Must run in the family, spotting religious comedy as good as this.

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