The Good Place

(Photo by: Ron Batzdorff/NBC)

Kristen Bell, recently deceased: So, who was right?

Ted Danson, afterlife engineer: Right?
About the afterlife?

Oh well, Hindus. They were about 5 percent right. Jews, Christians, Buddhists, all were about 5 percent right. Everybody was about 5 percent right, except for Doug Forcett.

Who’s Doug Forcett?

Doug was a stoner kid who lived in Calgary in the 1970s. One night he got really high on mushrooms and his best friend Randy said hey what do you think happens when you die and Doug launched into this long monologue where he got right 92 percent correct. We couldn’t believe what we were hearing. That’s him up there matter of fact. He’s pretty famous around here.

<He has his goofy portrait on the wall.>

Generally speaking there’s a good place and a bad place. You’re in the good place. You’re OK Eleanor.

Who’s in the bad place?

Every U.S. president ever except Lincoln.  Mozart, Picasso, Elvis, basically every artist ever.


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