AFTER LIFE 3 Review and Open Letter to Ricky Gervais Part 9 Pat: It’s getting too much. What can I do? Tony: I dunno. You knew what she did for a living. You were all right with it…Well, you should talk to someone. I’m not qualified… Pat: Yes, you are. You were depressed and suicidal, weren’t you? 

After Life season 3 review: Ricky Gervais’ show is a terrific closure to a story of grief and acceptance

After Life season 3 review: The third iteration in this Ricky Gervais series about grief and loss serves as an emotion-laden, poignant closure to the story.

  • Written By Kshitij Rawat | New Delhi | 
  • January 18, 2022 9:02:07 am

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After Life season 3 cast: Ricky Gervais, Tom Basden, Kerry Godliman, Ashley Jensen, Penelope Wilton
After Life season 3 creator: Ricky Gervais
After Life season 3 rating: 4 stars

Grief is a strange thing. For many of us, the last two years or so have been nothing short of abominable. Many of us had to confront the tragic losses of our loves ones, and many others had to live in perpetual terror of undergoing that infernal cycle shrinks refer to as stages.

And yet, tragedy and grief are nearly always shared experiences. Like a common enemy, it is only by banding together and healing that they can be overcome.

The first two seasons of Ricky Gervais’ Netflix series After Life unerringly captured that inevitable why-did-it-happen-to-me resentment those struck with tragedy get, along with mind-numbing despair.

The third season provides a conclusion to the story of Tony Johnson (Gervais), a depressed, suicidal widower who we saw descend into depression after losing the love of his life, his wife Lisa (Kerry Godliman) to cancer. A feature story writer with a local newspaper in the fictional small town of Tambury, he finds it easier to be a jerk to everybody around him, preferring to lash out against everything that moves to avenge Lisa’s death, instead of actually coming to terms with the tragedy and find peace.

This is how Tony summarised his newfound worldview in the first season: “If I become an a***h**le and do and say what the f*** I want for as long as I want, and then when it all gets too much, I can always kill myself. It’s like a superpower.”

He seeks whatever comfort he can in the video recordings left by Lisa on her deathbed to help him adjust to the reality that will certainly come upon him after she has passed. Those videos, and his dog, is what’s keeping him from killing himself.after Life season 3, after Life There is no definitive denouement in After Life season 3, per se, but a deeper contemplation upon its themes. (Photo: Netflix)

Gervais, a comedian and writer who can also act very well, has a biting, irreverent sense of humour that often ventures into pitch-dark territory, and does not appeal to everyone. For him, absolutely nothing is sacred and he often likes to poke fun at the pious.

Indeed, he has carried a lot of those sensibilities into After Life. But through this show, he has also presented a heartfelt and earnest facet of him. Although he has had a hand in creating a couple of excitingly original and witty TV series like The Office and Extras, but After Life, despite being completely contrary to his public image, feels like the definitive Gervais show. It’s like he has mellowed with age, and we don’t mind.

The first two seasons had Tony growing into a less bitter and angry man thanks to the people around him, who helped him understand that being a good person really does matter. In the third season, he is still unsure if killing himself would not solve a lot of problems, and is still pretty much in that funk.

In fact, a lot of what happens is the same. We find him still friendzoning Emma (Ashley Jensen), the nurse who he genuinely cares about but is afraid to fall in love as he sees that as betraying Lisa. His brother-in-law Matt (Tom Basden) is still doing his best to keep him from falling over the edge — literally.after Life season 3, after Life The first two seasons of After Life had Tony growing into a less bitter and angry man. (Photo: Netflix)

The people he interviews for his weekly features are still weird. His postman is still annoying and he is not suddenly over the loss of Lisa. But he is slowly realising that perhaps he can redirect that anger he feels at the world towards something that is both fulfilling to him and makes the world a little kinder place.

While the subjects of his interviews continue to piss him off, he tries to empathise at their attempts, however feeble, to get attention in this uncaring world.

The end is pretty muted, and there are no big moments. The plot threads are not neatly wrapped up in every case. ​Things do not fall into place all of a sudden. Not that you would expect from a show that restrained. Like the first two seasons, the process of Tony finding his humanity again is a gradual process.

There is no definitive denouement, per se, but a contemplation upon its themes. The six episodes, as many have noted, do repeat a lot of prior themes we have seen the show explore and even paraphrase the lines from the second season as to how Tony should try to find happiness, as that is what Lisa wanted.

But After Life season 3 still serves as an emotion-laden, poignant closure to Tony’s story. As Penelope Wilton’s Anne, Tony’s companion in this tortured journey of grief, summed it up in the first season: “Good people do things for other people. That’s it. The end.”

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After Life TV Show on Netflix: canceled or renewed?
After Life TV Show on Netflix: canceled or renewed?
After Life TV Show on Netflix: canceled or renewed?
After Life TV Show on Netflix: canceled or renewed?

January 22, 2022

Ricky Gervais

London, W1F 0LE
UK

Dear Ricky,

Glad you brought Pat the postman back for 3rd season!

Tony: Oh, hi. You all right? 

Pat: What do you think?

Tony: No? 

Pat: Correct. It’s getting too much. What can I do? 

Tony: I dunno. You knew what she did for a living. You were all right with it.

Pat: But I didn’t think she’d still be doing it when we became an item. Doesn’t happen in the movies, does it? Richard Gere doesn’t turn up in a white limousine and climb up the fire escape and Julia Roberts says, “Oh, can you give us a sec?” “I’m just sucking off Bobby Chang, the dry cleaner.”  

Tony: How do you know she sucked him off? 

Pat: Oh, he told me. He didn’t know she was my missus. I didn’t say anything. I just felt sick. I was in shock. I just feel so depressed. 

Tony: Well, maybe you should talk to her. 

Pat: I can’t! I feel stupid. Why don’t you talk to her? 

Tony: No, definitely not! I haven’t seen her for ages. She doesn’t come around now. I assumed she was busy. 

Pat: Oh yeah, she’s busy all right. 

Tony: Sure. Well, you should talk to someone. I am. I’m not qualified… 

Pat: Yes, you are. You were depressed and suicidal, weren’t you? 

Tony: You’re not suicidal, are you? 

Pat: No, couldn’t be arsed. 

Tony: Good. 

Pat: Come on, help us out. It’s your fault! Oh, right. Oh, please? ( scoffs ) 

Tony: Let me have a think. Go on. ( piano music playing )

Tony and his wife Lisa who died 6 months ago of cancer

In season 2 episode 5 there is “A Night of a Thousand Stars” held in Tambury and it starts off with the song THE WANDERER. Here are the lyrics:

Oh well, I’m the type of guy who will never settle down
Where pretty girls are, well you know that I’m around
I kiss ’em and I love ’em cause to me they’re all the same
I hug ’em and I squeeze ’em they don’t even know my nameThey call me the wanderer
Yeah, the wanderer
I roam around, around, around

SOUNDS A LOT LIKE KING SOLOMON IN ECCLESIASTES WHO ACTUALLY HAD OVER 1,000 children!!!
Ricky Gervais

Among his other activities with humanist groups, Gervais has appeared in the Rationalist Association’s Christmas show Nine Lessons and Carols for Godless People.

At school the young Gervais became particularly interested in nature and the sciences, his educational and evidentiary findings further validating his new-found path. On reaching university he intended to study Biology but admits that he opted instead for Philosophy because less study hours were required. It would be 20 more years before the comedian would establish his stand-up career, but anyone who has seen his “Animals”, “Science” or “Politics” tours will surely perceive a rhetorical application of humor firmly rooted in a passion for both philosophy and science. 

You have chosen to be identified with the Humanists so I wanted to ask you if you agree with something asserted by Humanist Manifest 2 concerning sexual freedom.

Humanist Manifesto 2 states: 

SIXTH: In the area of sexuality, we believe that intolerant attitudes, often cultivated by orthodox religions and puritanical cultures, unduly repress sexual conduct. The right to birth control, abortion, and divorce should be recognized. While we do not approve of exploitive, denigrating forms of sexual expression, neither do we wish to prohibit, by law or social sanction, sexual behavior between consenting adults.

I have written on the Book of Ecclesiastes and the subject of the meaning of our lives on several occasions on this blog of mine. In this series on Ecclesiastes I hope to show how secular humanist man can not hope to find a lasting meaning to his life in a closed system without bringing God back into the picture. This is the same exact case with Solomon in the Book of Ecclesiastes. Three thousand years ago, Solomon took a look at life “under the sun” in his book of Ecclesiastes. Christian scholar Ravi Zacharias has noted, “The key to understanding the Book of Ecclesiastes is the term ‘under the sun.’ What that literally means is you lock God out of a closed system, and you are left with only this world of time plus chance plus matter.” 

HERE BELOW IS SOLOMON’S SEARCH IN THE AREA OF THE 6 “L” WORDS. He looked into  learning (1:16-18), laughter, ladies, luxuries,  and liquor (2:1-3, 8, 10, 11), and labor (2:4-6, 18-20). TODAY WE WANT TO LOOK AT SOLOMON’S SEARCH INTO THE WORD “LADIES.” 

Ecclesiastes 2:8-10The Message (MSG)

I piled up silver and gold,
        loot from kings and kingdoms.
I gathered a chorus of singers to entertain me with song,
    and—most exquisite of all pleasures—
    voluptuous maidens for my bed.

9-10 Oh, how I prospered! I left all my predecessors in Jerusalem far behind, left them behind in the dust. What’s more, I kept a clear head through it all. Everything I wanted I took—I never said no to myself. I gave in to every impulse, held back nothing. I sucked the marrow of pleasure out of every task—my reward to myself for a hard day’s work!

1 Kings 11:1-3 English Standard Version (ESV)

11 Now King Solomon loved many foreign women, along with the daughter of Pharaoh: Moabite, Ammonite, Edomite, Sidonian, and Hittite women, from the nations concerning which the Lord had said to the people of Israel, “You shall not enter into marriage with them, neither shall they with you, for surely they will turn away your heart after their gods.” Solomon clung to these in love. He had 700 wives, who were princesses, and 300 concubines. And his wives turned away his heart.

Francis Schaeffer observed concerning Solomon, “You can not know woman but knowing 1000 women.”

King Solomon in Ecclesiastes 2:11 sums up his search for meaning in the area of the Sexual Revolution with these words, “…behold, all was vanity and a striving after wind, and there was nothing to be gained under the sun.”

How about today’s most well known playboy the late Hugh Hefner?Schaeffer said that Hefner’s goal with the “playboy mentality is just to smash the puritanical ethnic.” About 30 years ago my pastor, Adrian Rogers of Bellevue Baptist Church in Memphis, Tennessee noticed an article where Hugh Hefner said he would be willing to trade all of his riches for the experience of just falling in love with one girl of his dreams and getting married. Rogers went on to say that the playboy lifestyle was bankrupt of lasting satisfaction and that God’s plan of marriage was best. In fact, the Book of Ecclesiastes shows that Solomon came to the conclusion that nothing in life gives true satisfaction without God including knowledge (1:16-18), ladies and liquor (2:1-3, 8, 10, 11), and great building projects (2:4-6, 18-20). You can only find a lasting meaning to your life by looking above the sun and bring God back into the picture.

Solomon’s experiment was a search for meaning to life “under the sun.” Then in last few words in the Book of Ecclesiastes he looks above the sun and brings God back into the picture: “The conclusion, when all has been heard, is: Fear God and keep His commandments, because this applies to every person. For God will bring every act to judgment, everything which is hidden, whether it is good or evil.”


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The Judgment of Solomon, 1617 by Peter Paul Rubens(1577–1640)

I have had the privilege of corresponding with the humanist psychologist Steven Pinker of Harvard and I have enjoyed reading several of his books and the last one I read was ENLIGHTENMENT NOW: THE CASE FOR REASON, SCIENCE, HUMANISM, AND PROGRESS. In my view it is the best book written from a humanist point of view that discusses morality. Earlier I would given that recognition to Paul Kurtz and his book FORBIDDEN FRUIT: THE ETHICS OF SECULARISM. 

Paul Kurtz

Paul Kurtz pictured above.


Forbidden Fruit by Paul Kurtz image

Dr. Pinker asserted:

But theistic morality has two fatal flaws. the first one is that there is no good reaaon to believe that god exists. In a nonfiction appendix to her novel Thirty-Six Arguments for the Existence of God: A Work of Fiction, Rebecca Newberger Goldstein (drawing in part on Plato, Spinoza, Hume, Kant, and Russell) lays out refutations of every one of these arguments. The most common among them—faith, revelation, scripture, authority, tradition, and subjective appeal—are not arguments at all. It’s not just that reason says they cannot be trusted. It’s also that different religions, drawing on these sources, degree mutually incompatible beliefs about how many gods there are, which miracles they wrought, and what they demand of their devotees. Historical scholarship has amply demonstrated that holy scriptures are all-too-human products of their historical eras…” (page 421). 

Dr. Pinker brings up two points and they are that the scriptures are not reliable and this goes for several religions. Let’s look at the historical reliability of the Book of Mormon and then compare that to the Bible.

 The Book of Mormon is blindly accepted even though archaeology has disproven many of the facts that are claimed by it. For instance, wheels and chariots did not exist in North America when they said they did and horses were not present either.

Rick Deem wrote the article, “Archaeology/Anthropolocical Problems in the Book of Mormon,” and in it he asserted:

The Book of Mormon claims to be a record of the inhabitants of the Americas during the period from 2000 B.C. to 400 A.D. It makes many claims about the history and anthropology of pre-Columbian American cultures. Unfortunately, the author of the book, Joseph Smith, had little or no knowledge of pre-Columbian American civilizations. Borrowing and adapting many stories from the Old and New Testaments, Joseph Smith was unaware that the earlier Native American peoples were part of stone-age civilizations that were significantly less advanced than Hebrew and other Middle Eastern cultures of biblical times.

The Book of Mormon describes the following animals as living in the pre-Columbian Americas: donkey, cattle, oxen, horse, pig, and elephants. Although horses and mammoths and mastodons (related to elephants) had existed tens of thousands of years ago in the Americas, they had all disappeared by 10,000 years ago. Horses did not reappear on the American continents until the Spanish brought them after the voyage of Columbus. None of these animals existed in North, Central or South America during Book of Mormon times.

The Old and New Testaments present a rich description of biblical peoples, places and cultures. Archeology of the Middle East has revealed the cities, weapons, crops, animals, coins, writings, and references to biblical characters found in the Bible. However, none of the cities mentioned in the Book of Mormon have ever been identified by qualified archeologists. In addition, many Book of Mormon references to metals, weapons, crops, animals, articles of clothing are known to have not been present in the Americas during the time period claimed in the Book of Mormon.

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Over the years there have been many criticisms leveled against the Bible concerning its historical reliability. These criticisms are usually based on a lack of evidence from outside sources to confirm the Biblical record. Since the Bible is a religious book, many scholars take the position that it is biased and cannot be trusted unless we have corroborating evidence from extra-Biblical sources. In other words, the Bible is guilty until proven innocent, and a lack of outside evidence places the Biblical account in doubt.

This standard is far different from that applied to other ancient documents, even though many, if not most, have a religious element. They are considered to be accurate, unless there is evidence to show that they are not. Although it is not possible to verify every incident in the Bible, the discoveries of archaeologysince the mid-1800s have demonstrated the reliability and plausibility of the Bible narrative.

Here are some examples:

  • Many thought the Biblical references to Solomon’s wealth were greatly exaggerated. Recovered records from the past show that wealth in antiquity was concentrated with the king and Solomon’s prosperity was entirely feasible.
  • It was once claimed there was no Assyrian king named Sargon as recorded in Isaiah 20:1, because this name was not known in any other record. Then, Sargon’s palace was discovered in Khorsabad, Iraq. The very event mentioned in Isaiah 20, his capture of Ashdod, was recorded on the palace walls. What is more, fragments of a stela memorializing the victory were found at Ashdod itself.
  • Another king who was in doubt was Belshazzar, king of Babylon, named in Daniel 5. The last king of Babylon was Nabonidus according to recorded history. Tablets were found showing that Belshazzar was Nabonidus’ son who served as coregent in Babylon. Thus, Belshazzar could offer to make Daniel “third highest ruler in the kingdom” (Dan. 5:16) for reading the handwriting on the wall, the highest available position. Here we see the “eye-witness” nature of the Biblical record, as is so often brought out by the discoveries of archaeology.

The answer to find meaning in life is found in putting your faith and trust in Jesus Christ. The Bible is true from cover to cover and can be trusted.

Thanks for your time.

Sincerely,

Everette Hatcher, everettehatcher@gmail.comhttp://www.thedailyhatch.org, cell ph 501-920-5733, 13900 Cottontail Lane, Alexander, AR 72002


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Taking on Ark Times Bloggers on various issues Part M “Old Testament prophecy fulfilled?”Part 3(includes film DEATH BY SOMEONE’S CHOICE)

April 19, 2013 – 1:52 am

  I have gone back and forth and back and forth with many liberals on the Arkansas Times Blog on many issues such as abortion, human rights, welfare, poverty, gun control  and issues dealing with popular culture. Here is another exchange I had with them a while back. My username at the Ark Times Blog is […]By Everette Hatcher III | Posted in Francis SchaefferProlife | Edit|Comments (0)

Evidence for the Bible

March 27, 2013 – 9:43 pm

Here is some very convincing evidence that points to the view that the Bible is historically accurate. Archaeological and External Evidence for the Bible Archeology consistently confirms the Bible! Archaeology and the Old Testament Ebla tablets—discovered in 1970s in Northern Syria. Documents written on clay tablets from around 2300 B.C. demonstrate that personal and place […]By Everette Hatcher III | Posted in Biblical Archaeology | E

On Saturday April 18, 2020 at 6pm in London and noon in Arkansas, I had a chance to ask Ricky Gervais a question on his Twitter Live broadcast which was  “Is Tony a Nihilist?” At the 20:51 mark Ricky answers my question. Below is the video:

Ricky Gervais 25/07/2021 Facebook Live at 28:29 mark Ricky answers my question about Sam Harris

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