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I am from a Catholic family and my siblings and I all went to Catholic school. We were pretty sheltered in our own community, weren't allowed to watch much TV, etc. I knew some kids went to "Public" School so I thought that the world was divided into Catholics and Publics for awhile.
I learned my mistake when, after swimming during a vacation to the Ozarks, my aunt told me to rinse off in the "public" shower and I was like, "but we are Catholics, not Publics!" She started laughing mercilessly and I immediately recognized my mistake (I think I was like 5 or 6 years old). I swore my aunt to secrecy but she immediately went and told my mom and I was briefly the cause of much laughter amongst my whole extended family.
So I learned that the world was not quite the way I thought it was, and not to trust my gossipy aunt all in the same day.
What @johnnytruant said I agree. It was entertaining but kind of more for kids than I thought it would be - at least the ending climactic moments. Tennant and Sheen were great. Love the flaming Bentley too. The other actors also good but a bit separate from each other in their groups and it doesn’t all quite come together perfectly. But was some fun tv overall.
I kept wanting to giggle at gods “ineffable” plan. It made me remember a coworker who heard the word ineffable on the radio and asked if it was the opposite of “F-able”. He was joking but also legitimately didn’t know what “ineffable” meant