->''"Heavenly father,\\
Why do you let bad things happen?\\
More to the point,\\
Why do you let bad things happen to ''me''?"''
-->--'''Elder Price''', ''Theatre/TheBookOfMormon''

Some characters have a very immature relation to {{God}} or His [[CrystalDragonJesus local equivalent]]. "[[ItsAllAboutMe God loves ME]], not you, and He will provide me with anything I want." This comes in two main variations with two subvariants each.

* ''Faith'': Bob has this mindset about God.
** ''Bratty Faith'': Bob is religious, and expects God to take care of him and his life, favoring him over everyone else. Even if Bob is a fully-grown adult, he comes across as if he's a spoiled bratty five-year-old and God is a regular over-worked parent. Likely to also be a WindmillCrusader.
** ''Whiny Faith'': Bob is not religious (either as in "not very religious" or as in HollywoodAtheist), but keeps whining at God that he ''would'' believe in Him if He just started pampering him. This may be combined with a legitimate RageAgainstTheHeavens, or a game of ReligiousRussianRoulette.
* ''Accusation'': Bob has this mindset about Alice, expecting her to have this mindset about God. Thus he steers the conversation in this direction, trying to expose Alice as having the "Spoiled Brat Of The Lord" kind of conceited "personal relationship with Jesus".
** ''False Accusation'': Bob turns out to be wrong about Alice, looking rather silly in the process.
** ''Insightful Accusation'': Bob is right, and Alice is probably a StrawLoser.

A believer who thinks this way is likely to engage in ActivistFundamentalistAntics. Conversely, someone who believes ''all'' religious people think like this is probably a HollywoodAtheist or NayTheist.

In fairness, if GodIsGood then it's quite reasonable to believe He will do good things for people. But most religions also teach the importance of [[HumbleHero having due humility]] about it. After all, God is, well, ''[[ShapedLikeItself God]]'', meaning He's [[OmniscientMoralityLicense under no obligation to take anyone's orders]], though He may be [[ReasoningWithGod open to discussing the point]]. He's also well known for working InMysteriousWays that may not always be what His followers expect or want.

Super trope to PrayerOfMalice, when a person prays for God to be petty and cruel to one of their enemies. Compare HolierThanThou, HidingBehindReligion, TheFundamentalist, TheHedonist, ChurchgoingVillain, and ThePresentsWereNeverFromSanta. See also ReligiousRussianRoulette, DeusExMachina, and PrayerIsALastResort. Contrast PalsWithJesus and ClapYourHandsIfYouBelieve for when the character ''actually'' has the benefit of divine favor. This phenomenon has been called "vicarious autotheism" outside Wiki/ThisVeryWiki.

'''Administrivia/NoRealLifeExamplesPlease''' Not only would it be FlameBait, but this is also one of those tropes that most people can agree is unfortunately common in RealLife but can't agree what cases are examples and what cases are not. As with most religion tropes, the RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment applies.


[[folder:Comic Books]]
* In ''ComicBook/{{Persepolis}}'', the child Marjane has God as her ImaginaryFriend. She even thought she'd become the last prophet of Islam. Her growing out of it and becoming an atheist, after the Islamic government has her beloved uncle executed, is portrayed as a quite age-appropriate temper tantrum where she yelled at God in a mix of this trope and RageAgainstTheHeavens.
* Occurs at one point in ''ComicBook/TarotWitchOfTheBlackRose''. After Tarot saves a young boy, his mother starts harassing her for her "sinful" and "heathen" ways, when a priest interjects and calls the woman out on her behavior. She tries to justify herself by claiming that she's "trying to be a good Christian", but he tells her she should try to be a good ''person'' first (Tarot, being a devout Wiccan and witch, is rather surprised to see a priest take her side for once).
* Star Saber of ''ComicBook/TransformersMoreThanMeetsTheEye'' is an extreme example of False Accusation towards basically all other Cybertronians. He believes everything he does, up to and including genocide, is ordained by Primus and that anyone who disagrees is either an atheist or an apostate deserving of death and/or torture.

[[folder:Comic Strips]]
* ''ComicBook/ChickTracts'' goes both ways on this issue, encouraging this mindset in evangelical Christians while frequently having AnAesop about how this mindset in people of ''other'' faiths open them up for demonic temptation.
* One ''ComicStrip/{{Nemi}}'' strip uses a straight Insightful Accusation, in a conversation between the protagonist and a [[TheFundamentalist fundamentalist]]. Nemi gives a long speech about a hypothetical person who is clearly TooGoodForThisSinfulEarth, and then asks TheFundamentalist if she really thinks that this woman should be tortured in hell forever for not sharing her exact beliefs, while [[TheFundamentalist she]] gets to be rewarded forever for happening to belong to the exactly right version of Christianity. Her answer is simply "Jesus loves ''ME''". Nemi's reply to that is "Good, because the rest of us think you're a jerk".

[[folder:Films -- Animation]]
* Without a doubt, Frollo from ''Disney/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame''. This trope defines his character and forms the essence of his VillainSong -- the chorus to "Hellfire" is the Confiteor, a Latin Catholic prayer of confession about taking responsibility for one's own sins, and are sung in ''direct and intentional'' contrast with what Frollo himself is singing. The bit where they chant "Mea Culpa, Mea Maxima Culpa" ("through my fault, through my most grievous fault") is where he blames his lust for Esmerelda on Esmerelda herself, on the Devil, even on God, [[NeverMyFault everyone but himself]]; "Kyrie Eleison" ("Lord, have mercy") occurs just before he sings "[[IfICantHaveYou she will be mine or SHE WILL BURN!]]" The rest of his song is about how he is so much {{Holier|ThanThou}} and therefore better than the masses and everyone else, and near the end calls a guard an idiot before deciding to burn down Paris to find Esmerelda and either force her to be with him or destroy her if she refuses and for "making" him sin. Once or twice in the film, [[HeelRealization it looks like even he thinks he's going too far]], but [[IgnoredEpiphany he ignores this]], as this would mean accepting that he is less than perfect and in the right.
* ''WesternAnimation/SouthParkBiggerLongerAndUncut'': "The Mole" from the movie is a case of Whiny Faith. He hates God and regularly cusses him out because he never did anything for him.

[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]
* ''Film/{{Sunshine}}'' has Pinbacker, the captain of the Ikarus 1 who goes insane during his mission. Convinced that God has spoken to him, Pinbacker believes that God has [[TheFatalist destined humanity to die]] and that humans have no right to restart the sun. Pinbacker sabotages the Ikarus 1 mission and almost stops the Ikarus 2 mission (nearly dooming humanity to extinction in the process) in the name of his deity.
* ''Film/BruceAlmighty'' starts out as an example of Whiny Faith, with Bruce constantly whining to God about everything that isn't perfect in his life. This bites Bruce in the ass when he meets God Himself and basically says "Well, LetsSeeYouDoBetter". Bruce accepts... and things go wrong. [[HilarityEnsues Very wrong.]]
* Chucky of the ''Film/ChildsPlay'' films is the HollywoodVoodoo equivalent of this, particularly in the Matthew Costello tie-in novels which explore his relationship with and devotion to the voodoo god Damballa. He considers himself to be Damballa's apostle, and his continued resurrections are explicitly credited to his faith in Damballa.
* ''Film/{{Saved}}'' has this with a few characters. [[AlphaBitch Hilary Faye]], the antagonist, is a full-blown example of this. Then there's Pastor Skip and the mother of Mary, the protagonist, who think that all of Mary's ordeals throughout the entire movie are a punishment against them for their sins of dating each other while he's technically still married.
* ''Film/{{Brimstone}}'': [[SinisterMinister The Reverend]] is an unbelievably disgusting and hypocritical one. He started out as a strict man proselytizing in the American West where he lived with his immigrant family. He begins lusting after his daughter Joanna--[[ParentalIncest later raping her]]--and also drives his wife Anna to suicide through [[DomesticAbuse his years-long abuse of her]], which he immediately dismisses as her being too weak and un-Christian. He spends the next several decades trying to track down Joanna to [[StalkerWithACrush make her his again]] and murdering a whole assortment of innocent people who simply got in his way, including children, all the while maintaining that ''she's'' the evil one for driving him to sin.

* One classic joke: A man is notified that his house is going to be flooded and he needs to get out of the house. He says "No I don't have to, God is going to take care of me." Then the flood starts to rise and a sheriff comes along and tells him to get out. The man says "No, God is going to save me." So, the floods continue to rise, and he climbs on top of the house. A boat comes along and he's told to climb into the boat. He says, "No, no, God is going to save me." Finally, a helicopter comes along and they lower the net to rescue him. The man says, "No, no, God is going to save me!" Well, the man drowns and goes to Heaven. When he gets to Heaven, he says to God, "Why didn't you save me?" God says, "I sent the sheriff, I sent a boat, I sent a helicopter, what more did you want me to do?"
** It's old enough that a version appears in Aesop with the punchline "Start swimming and help Minerva."
* Another joke: A man is praying daily for God to let him win the lottery. Finally, after weeks of not winning, he asks God why he's not helping him. A booming voice replies from the heavens, "I'd love to, but you have to buy a lottery ticket."
* Two men, one a very devoutly religious man, and the other an atheist, live next door to each other. The religious man, though, is troubled, because he has a low-paying, unsatisfying job, his once-beautiful wife has let herself go, and his children are disrespectful underachievers. What ''really'' bothers him is that the atheist guy next door seems to have it all: a well-paying job that he enjoys, a beautiful wife, and well-behaved, high-achieving children. So the religious man falls to his knees, asking God why he is poor and unsatisfied even though he goes to church every week, reads Literature/TheBible, and prays several times daily, yet the man next door who never does ''any'' of these things has everything a man could want. And God replies [[spoiler:"Because he doesn't bother me all the time!"]]

* In ''Literature/TheBible'',
** The book of Job is straight False Accusation, with TheDevil ending up in the role of Asshole Loser for accusing Job of being this.
** The group of Pharisees in the New Testament were a type A, which makes it ironic when they didn't recognize said Lord when He appeared to them disapproving of their hypocrisy and arrogance.
** The Literature/BookOfJonah {{deconstruct|ed}}s the trope by having {{God}} himself [[WhatTheHellHero call Jonah out]] for being more concerned about losing a vine that gave him shade than about getting tens of thousands of people in Nineveh to repent.
* In ''Literature/OurManInHavana'', [[ExtremeDoormat James]] is not religious, but swore to his wife that he would raise their daughter Milly as a devoted Catholic. Milly seems to take advantage of this trope -- if she prays for some gift, then James ''has'' to get it for her, because if Milly doesn't get what she prays for, she might lose the faith.
* ''Literature/TheLettersFromNicodemus'' are set in [[BibleTimes 27-30 AD Jerusalem]]. Everybody's waiting for the Messiah to come, as promised, and [[OccupiersOutOfOurCountry kick the Romans out]], as He obviously will, to make His people mighty. [[spoiler:Especially Judas.]]

[[folder:Live-Action TV]]
* ''Series/FallingSkies'': Karen pulls this accusation on Lourdes in the pilot episode, taunting her for being a Christian by requesting that she pray forth a B2 Bomber for them. Lourdes soundly rebuffs this, thus turning the accusation back on Karen by showing it to be a false accusation.
* ''Series/BattlestarGalactica2003'': Dr. Gaius Baltar becomes an example of Bratty Faith after Head-Six convinces him he's an instrument of God.
* Played with in ''Series/SeventhHeaven'' at least once. In a later season, the dad (a reverend) has a heart attack and ends up being ready to give up not just his job, but his entire faith in God as a result of having to confront his mortality like this. In the end, his Rabbi friend has to come remind him that God doesn't really play favorites, even good and devout people will still encounter personal suffering.
* A sinister example in the ''Series/MidsomerMurders'' episode "Echoes Of The Dead" where TheFundamentalist, hitherto regarded as a naive, gentle, and innocent NobleBigot type at worst, turns out to be a SerialKiller. He tries to keep his act up and come across as a TragicVillain WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds, a [[TheMentallyDisturbed mentally disturbed]] type who honestly thought he was doing the right thing ("saving" sinners by killing them, so they stop sinning), but Barnaby calls him out as a narcissistic bastard who knows full well what he is doing and was just killing people he didn't like ForTheEvulz. However, he is still presented as a believer, just one who happened to [[AGodAmI think murder made him like God.]]
* ''Series/{{Hannibal}}'':
** Hannibal Lecter justifies his serial murders to himself by arguing that God loves killing, and humans are made in God's image (in a scene copied word-for-word from the movie ''Film/{{Manhunter}}'', though "Lektor" in that film was trying to frighten Will while Hannibal here was [[TheCorrupter trying to intrigue him]]). He arrogantly believes that he understands the Almighty, judging from his conversation with [[spoiler:the "muralist". Hannibal murders the "muralist" {{serial killer}} by installing him in his own eye-shaped "mural" in such a way as to symbolically reflect the light of God.]]
** Later on, Will asks Hannibal what he thinks about when he kills; Hannibal replies that he thinks about God. It is strongly implied that, furthering the [[SatanicArchetype Luciferian subtext]], Hannibal honestly believes that he himself [[AGodAmI is like God]] and every sadistic thing that he does is in imitation of God. It is also strongly implied, therefore, that Hannibal is pathologically incapable of not thinking of everyone else, even people he likes and otherwise cares about, [[{{Narcissist}} as fundamentally inferior to and less important than himself]].
** It should be noted that, in keeping with the literary Hannibal (who is strongly implied to be a misotheist -- i.e. he ''hates'' God and thinks [[GodIsEvil he is evil]], making him a StrawNihilist who thinks torture-murder is fine since divine justice is a lie), Lecter seems to view actual religious people (or at least, those of the Abrahamic faith) with a mixture of amusement or contempt, referencing, for instance, his twisted "hobby" of collecting newspaper articles of churches collapsing and killing the congregations, since those who love God are still killed by him. Hannibal's justification for his psychological torture of people like Will -- whom he sincerely views as a friend, even surrogate family -- is that God does whatever he likes to those who love him, and therefore so can Hannibal, because both of them are AboveGoodAndEvil.
* Margaret Tudor in the TV adaptation of Literature/TheCousinsWarSeries.
* Parodied in ''Series/ThirdRockFromTheSun'' when Tommy is temporarily on a basketball team. He constantly questions his coach why they have to pray before every game, since helping a high school basketball team win would naturally fall really low on God's list of priorities. He caps this by pointing to the opposing team, who are also praying, asking if it gives God a conflict of interest.
* Mac from ''Series/ItsAlwaysSunnyInPhiladelphia'' operates as the TokenReligiousTeammate of [[Characters/ItsAlwaysSunnyInPhiladelphiaTheGang the Gang]]. Following the show's theme of the gang being vitriolic, codependent, narcissistic scumbags, Mac is a [[TheFundamentalist fundamentalist]] [[RaisedCatholic Catholic]] that pushes regressive ideals for purely selfish reasons, usually either to lord over his friends and to [[ArmouredClosetGay cover for his obvious homosexuality]]. [[Recap/ItsAlwaysSunnyInPhiladelphiaS01E02CharlieWantsAnAbortion He tries to have his girlfriend (for whom he met at an anti-abortion rally) to get an abortion when he finds out she is pregnant (having joined the rally to get laid)]], [[Recap/ItsAlwaysSunnyInPhiladelphiaS06E01MacFightsGayMarriage he tries pushing anti-gay rhetoric on his transgendered ex-girlfriend when he finds out that she had the procedure and was now married to someone else]], [[Recap/ItsAlwaysSunnyInPhiladelphiaS07E10HowMacGotFat he goes to confession to ask God to smite his friends when he blames them for him gaining weight]], [[Recap/ItsAlwaysSunnyInPhiladelphiaS09E05MacDay he forces the gang to listen to a five-hour sermon on the evils of homosexuality (all the while sporting an erection the whole time)]] and [[Recap/ItsAlwaysSunnyInPhiladelphiaS11E09TheGangGoesToHellPart1 asks God to sink their cruise ship - killing everybody aboard - when he finds out that the men that organized the Christian cruise are a gay couple.]]

* In Music/{{Genesis}}' song [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EprQGmZ3Imw Jesus He Knows Me]], the ScamReligion StrawHypocrite preacher caters to this mentality.
* Parodied by the Austin Lounge Lizards with their song, "Jesus Loves Me (But He Can't Stand You)":
-->''I know you smoke, I know you drink that brew\\
I just can't abide a sinner like you\\
Y'know, God can't either, that's why I know it to be true\\
That, uh, Jesus loves me, but he can't stand you''
* Music/WeirdAlYankovic parodied this with "Amish Paradise", about an Amish man singing about how much he enjoys his simple life. He's mostly portrayed as a pretty decent upstanding person who happens to prefer the life of a "crazy Mennonite" but he admits at points that the reason he acts like a decent, forgiving person to everyone, even people who mock or assault him, is because he believes he'll be going to Heaven and will be laughing his head off while those people are burning in Hell.
* Music/JonathanCoulton's song "Gambler's Prayer" features a person like this. He's ''not'' praying to get over his gambling addiction.
-->Deal me good cards and I'll handle the math\\
We'll take their money while they take a bath\\
I'll show them my hand, you'll show them your wrath\\
Oh Lord, help me take money from my friends
* Many ''Music/{{Blutengel}}'' lyrics present the vampires as abusive and murderous. In [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i0WwF_bVhZU Save Our Souls]], they finally start worrying about how bad their behavior is... for their own mental health. They still care nothing for their victims, praying only for their own souls.
-->We fight against, everything and everyone\\
With every war, we try to make our kingdom come\\
Every day we lose ourselves, more and more\\
But still we pray, for someone to save our souls
* An infamous line from the Band Aid CharityMotivationSong "Do They Know It's Christmas?" admonishes us to think of [[WhiteMansBurden Africans suffering from famine]]: "''Tonight, thank God it's them instead of you.''" ([[Music/{{U2}} Bono]], who sang it in the original recording, has said that [[OldShame even at the time he disliked it]] and only recorded it under protest). It's been claimed that the UnfortunateImplications were a deliberate ploy, intending to shock people into realizing that attitude and work against it. In any event, the line was conspicuously removed when Band Aid released an updated version of the song 30 years later.
* Music/DanielAmos's "Angels Tuck You In", from ''Music/{{Doppelganger}}'', criticizes the belief that God owes his followers a life completely free of hardship.
-->This cartoon world youíve created \\
Itís like Disneyland \\
Get out your golden ticket \\
The one they give you when youíre born again
* Music/ReginaSpektor's "Laughing With" is essentially a list of different perceptions of god being contrasted with each other. A few lines sum up this trope:
-->God can be funny,\\
When told heíll give you money if you just pray the right way\\
And when presented like a genie who does magic like Houdini\\
Or grants wishes like [[Disney/{{Pinocchio}} Jiminy Cricket]] and SantaClaus\\
God can be so hilarious!\\

[[folder:Tabletop Games]]
* The ''Caerns'' sourcebook for ''TabletopGame/WerewolfTheApocalypse'' provides information on Zhyzhak, the game's signature [[EvilCounterpart Black Spiral Dancer]] and warder of the Trinity Hive Caern. Zhyzhak believes that she understands [[PhysicalGod Grammaw]] (the colossal thunderwyrm revered as a goddess by the Trinity Hive) better than anyone else, and resents the deference that other Trinity elders receive due to their knowledge of Grammaw.

* In ''Theatre/FiddlerOnTheRoof'', Tevye constantly and very self-consciously walks the thin line between a polite personal relationship with God and being an example of both Bratty and Whiny Faith. On one occasion, he tries to persuade God (in song!) that it would be a very good thing [[IfIWereARichMan If He Were A Rich Man]]. Another time, he starts pontificating while praying and begins to tell God "AsTheGoodBookSays..." before catching himself and realizing that God already knows perfectly well what the Good Book says. Ultimately, he averts actually ''being'' this trope, but he ApologizesALot for it anyways.
* ''Mass: A Theatre Piece for Singers, Players and Dancers'' generally takes the Whiny Faith route, particularly in "I Believe In God":
-->I believe in one God,\\
But then I believe in three.\\
I'll believe in twenty gods\\
If they'll believe in me.\\
That's a pact.\\
Shake on that.\\
No taking back.\\
Who created my life,\\
Made it come to be?\\
Who accepts this awful\\
Is there someone out there?\\
If there is, then who?\\
Are you listening to this song\\
I'm singing just for you?
* ''Theatre/{{Hair}}'', "Manchester England":
-->I believe in God\\
And I believe that God believes in Claude, that's me
* From ''Theatre/SeventeenSeventySix'': "The Lees of Old Virginia", "They say that God in Heaven is everybody's God...but [He] leans a little on the side of The Lees...of Old Virginia"

[[folder:Video Games]]
* A GetBackHereBoss in ''VideoGame/AssassinsCreedBrotherhood'' continually rattles on how God's on his side throughout the whole chase/fight. If you actually do catch up to him and manage to hurl him over the side of a railing, there's a special cutscene where Ezio grabs him before he falls away. "Haha! You saved me! I told you God was on my side!" However, Ezio was only grabbing him to get the key from him before he fell away, and lets go right after.
* Karras from ''VideoGame/ThiefIITheMetalAge'', in spades. "Praise be to Karras!... [[MyFriendsAndZoidberg and The Builder]]."
* The Chantry in the ''Franchise/DragonAge'' franchise. They spread the word of the Maker by the sword instead of the word, and have no mind for tolerance. There's no better illustration in this than Sister Petrice in ''VideoGame/DragonAgeII'', particularly in her first quest. When you come back after finding out that she [[spoiler:attempted to have you killed by qunari]], when you call her out on it, she actually has the nerve to say "You stand there using one of their words and you ''dare'' to lecture ''me?''"

[[folder:Web Comics]]
* In ''Webcomic/ArthurKingOfTimeAndSpace'', Guinevere's initial attitude to Lancelot is of the False Accusation variety.
* Miko Miyazaki in ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'', as her sanity unravels, starts believing she is [[TheChosenOne specially chosen]] by her gods to fulfill some special purpose. [[spoiler:Even having her paladin powers removed by said gods in a direct intervention does nothing to dissuade her, leading to one of the comic's greatest NiceJobBreakingItHero moments and her death.]]
* Seymour in ''Webcomic/{{Sinfest}}'' thinks he is God's BFF, and writes Jesus fanfics. He gets enraged when Armageddon keeps not happening. Ironically, he's the only character who has never spoken to God. The only time God has ever been in the same ''panel'' with him is when God mocked Seymour behind his back with a Seymour handpuppet labeled "Loony Fanboy".

[[folder:Web Original]]
* In this video titled [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9IKkfBKLApY God's Priorities]] by atheist Website/{{YouTube}}r ''WebAnimation/DarkMatter2525, he argues that anyone who prays for God's help is being extremely selfish and arrogant. And also [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5pX6SdLI_qs part II]]. Since the accusation is leveled a such a huge crowd, he's both the False and Insightful Accusation.

[[folder:Western Animation]]
* On ''WesternAnimation/{{Daria}},'' [[LovableAlphaBitch Quinn]] becomes a sympathetic version of Bratty Faith for an episode -- after avoiding an accident, she comes to believe she has a guardian angel who will help her with whatever she needs. After a HumiliationConga at a party, she believes that she's been abandoned. A conversation with Daria helps her realize that she's been overly reliant on her hypothetical angel.
* On ''WesternAnimation/GodTheDevilAndBob,'' Bob often asks for favors and becomes upset when God fails to provide them. This can shift between Bratty Faith and Whiny Faith, since he literally has a special relationship with God but doesn't act particularly devout. In addition, he once came to believe that being God's prophet meant God was protecting him from any harm, causing him to take dangerous risks (including ultimately sky-diving without a parachute). In reality, he'd just had a lot of dumb luck recently.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'':
** One episode has Homer become this, endlessly praying to God for good luck or indulgences, which actually come true. He returns the favor later on [[UngratefulBastard by suing the church following an accident]]. In Homer's defense, Homer believed this was God's work; after all, when he was praying for funds/a better home, he underwent the accident on the church grounds literally seconds later before a lawyer shows up sceonds later after ''that.''
** Though not as evident an example, Ned Flanders sometimes becomes this in his Christian overzealousness, sometimes showing a condescending view of God's treatment towards others or praying for his good will for even minor things like winning a game of bowling (mind you, [[GodWasMyCoPilot this one works]]). He's usually not nearly as bad as Homer thinks, however. It's also [[{{Flanderization}} very much]] DependingOnTheWriter.
* ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'':
** In the episode "Big Gay Al's Big Gay Boat Ride", Jimbo starts praying to Jesus to give their team one last score to beat the spread. Jesus, who is also in the crowd, tells Jimbo to leave him alone.
** Cartman in "The Human [=CentiPad=]" rants at God for "fucking him over" (his SpoiledBrat tendencies have gotten out of control in this episode, to the point where even [[ExtremeDoormat Liane]] can't put up with it). Cartman then promptly gets struck by lightning.