AFTER LIFE 3 Review and Open Letter to Ricky Gervais Part 11 AFTER LIFE Soundtrack is the best! “Not Dark Yet” by Bob Dylan was one my favorite songs from the AFTER LIFE soundtrack!

Review: Why After Life is Ricky Gervais’ greatest triumph yet (Also great review by Jenni Mortimer!!)

17 Jan, 2022 10:10 PM

By:  Jenni Mortimer

COMMENT

Warning: Spoilers from the season finale of After Life

As the credits rolled on episode six of season three, the final season of After Life, tears rolled down my cheeks and a nagging question came out of my mouth – as if my husband watching along with me hadn’t just seen the exact same thing and somehow knew more than I did.

“But did he die?”

Of course he died. Well, eventually and not in the lifetime of the show. But he also lived and that was the simple message which carried hope through three brilliant seasons.

After Life may be Ricky Gervais’ greatest triumph yet. Photo / Netflix

Director and lead actor, Ricky Gervais, doesn’t want to spell it out for you and while some of his work could be seen as humour for the everyday man, After Life is different. It’s full of hidden Easter eggs, hidden messages of hope and hidden learnings that not everyone will pick up, and that’s how it should be.

Much like Gervais’ character, Tony, the Netflix show in not for everyone – and it honestly doesn’t give a toss. The language isn’t for your nan, the storyline isn’t for the fainthearted and some of the characters are deeply unlikeable. But such is life, right?

While Tony struggles will the loss of his beloved wife, Lisa, who died of cancer, we see a man battling mental illness, we see drug and alcohol abuse, we see the C-bomb dropped so casually and masterfully that we wonder how we might better implement it in our own lives.

After Life concluded after three brilliant seasons. Photo / Netflix

Because just like After Life, season 3, Gervais is a genius. With this one simple word, he gives us a laugh, he gives us character growth and he gives us resolve.

The character of advertising sales manager Kath hates the word and tells her friend Tony she “will never use it”. But after a bad date she stops by Tony’s house to announce, “He was just … a massive C”. To which Gervais’s character, Tony, replies, “I’m so proud of you.”

It’s a line so perfectly delivered that it feels like the greatest punchline to a joke you forgot you were being told 20 minutes prior.

While Gervais’ previous shows, The Office and Derek, are comedy masterpieces in their own rights, After Life is something more. It’s classic Gervais dark humour and cynicism without the slapstick of The Office or the magic of Derek. And somehow it’s his most hopeful and meaningful creation yet.

It gives the viewer something more than just a laugh. And after the darkness of 2020 and 2021, we need more than just a laugh. We all understand that life can be a bit sh** and we lose good people and nothing feels fair sometimes, but there is still good.

Through Tony’s relationship with Anne, who has also lost her partner, we see some of the show’s greatest quotes and some of the most profound character progression.

Tony and Anne give us some of the best lines of the entire series. Photo / Netflix

“If you want to be an angel you’ve got to do it while you’re alive. Be good and do good things,” Anne says and tells Tony he’s her angel: cue episode one of the tears.

The conversation sparks a turn for Tony in our final episode, which sees him take a work trip to a cancer hospice. Here he has a chance meeting with a child with cancer, aptly named Lisa.

The revelation has viewers, as it does Tony, in tears.

It’s here that we see a change in Tony: rather than tell the girl his wife died from cancer, he lies, and says he’s upset because he’s “happy” and that she is waiting at home for him.

If viewers had time to wipe away the tears, it’s short-lived: Tony soon bumps into another sick boy who again changes the course for Gervais’ character.

Together they mock Tony’s friend Lenny for going bald for “eating too many biscuits and looking like Shrek”. The boy then asks Tony to come back and make him laugh again, and Tony promises to come back every day until he’s better. The boy then stumps Tony by telling him “or when I end up in heaven” and asks Tony if he believes in heaven.

This is it. The viewer knows it and Tony knows it. It’s his chance to give this little boy the hope he regrets taking from Lisa. He tells the boy he does believe. It’s a roundabout way of fixing how he felt he wronged Lisa and a more direct way of extracting more tears from the viewer.

The interaction sparks Tony deciding to finally cash in his life insurance policy and do something with what Lisa left him. He gives money back to a pensioner who was robbed, his brother-in-law, two hard-done-by colleagues and the children’s hospital.

Explaining his decision to brother-in-law Matt, he tells him: “I thought not caring was a super-power. I was wrong. Caring about stuff, that’s what really matters. Kindness, and making other people feel good.

“That’s the real superpower, and we’ve all got it.”

Is it a bit of cheese? Yes, it is, but only at this moment and we earned it. For 17 episodes we didn’t get the cheese. We were on tenterhooks hoping Tony would make it through and feeling as unsure as he was about him ever loving again. We didn’t need romantic happily ever after and neither did Tony, we just needed something.

And that is the genius of Gervais and After Life. He makes you feel something in a way that isn’t forced, isn’t fake, is a bit rough around the edges and maybe a bit unhinged. It’s just there and you can pick it up if you wish.

It may be wrapped up in expletive-laden wrapping paper, but the gift of Gervais is there for the taking and the After Life may just be his most triumphant gift yet.


When Bob Dylan and John Lennon Took a Bizarre Cab Ride
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Not Dark Yet (+lyrics) Bob Dylan

Bob Dylan – Not Dark Yet (Official Video)

Aaron Espe – Back to the Beginning

10cc – The Things We Do For Love (W/Lyrics)

10cc – The Things We Do For Love

Death Cab For Cutie – I Will Follow You Into The Dark +Lyrics

Death Cab for Cutie – I Will Follow You into the Dark (Official Music Vi…

BBC Radio 2 My Life In A Mixtape – Ricky Gervais – Opening

After Life Season 3 Soundtrack | Back to the Beginning – AARON ESPE |

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episodes will be released on January 14th.

Just Three Things. Written for #Afterlife by Ricky Gervais and Andy Burrows

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?

Afterlife Horn Scene

January 24, 2022

Ricky Gervais

London, W1F 0LE
UK

Dear Ricky,

“Not Dark Yet” by Bob Dylan was one my favorite songs from the AFTER LIFE soundtrack! In episode 2 of season 3 the beginning shows Lisa sneaking up on him with a horn and frightening him!!! It is funny and shows what a great love they had for each other! This really is a great place for Bob Dylan’s song NOT DARK YET because all through AFTER LIFE Tony has been searching for a way to as a secular man adequately deal with his humanity and the loss of Lisa, but he is finding out that he can’t exclude the spiritual answers.

Let me just point out a few of Dylan’s lyrics that demonstrate how helpless he feels:


Feel like my soul has turned into steel
I’ve still got the scars that the sun didn’t heal
…Well, my sense of humanity has gone down the drain…Behind every beautiful thing there’s been some kind of pain…I’ve been to London and I been to gay Paris
I’ve followed the river and I got to the sea
I’ve been down on the bottom of the world full of lies
I know it looks like I’m movin’ but I’m standin’ still
Every nerve in my body is so naked and numb


After Life season 3 soundtrack: Every song featured in Ricky Gervais sitcom

The series finale is particularly jam-packed with recognisable tunes.

Ricky Gervais blowing an airhorn

By David Craig

Published: Friday, 14th January 2022 at 12:07 pm 

The third season of After Life launches on Netflixtoday, bringing the latest comedy project from Ricky Gervais to an emotional conclusion.

The so-called ‘sadcom’ has tackled some heavy themes during its rollercoaster run, which has seen widow Tony Johnson (Gervais) give into self-destructive tendencies as he struggles to come to terms with his wife’s tragic death.

Adding some extra heft to the most dramatic scenes are the music choices, which are usually directly relatable to the difficult situation that Tony finds himself in.

After Life season 3 features a wide range of musical acts, including legendary songwriters Bob Dylan and Cat Stevens, as well as rock bands Radiohead and Death Cab for Cutie.

For any viewers who hear something they like in the last six episodes, we’ve compiled a full list of the licensed songs in After Life season 3, of which the finale has the largest jukebox.

Read on for the full tracklist, while we also have details on the After Life cast and locations for you to peruse at your leisure.

Episode 1

The Things We Do for Love by 10cc

Back to the Beginning by Aaron Espe

Episode 2

Not Dark Yet by Bob Dylan

Who Will Sing Me Lullabies by Kate Rusby

Episode 3

Let Down by Radiohead

Episode 4

The Wind by Cat Stevens

Episode 5

Hammer and Felt by Beneath the Mountain

Episode 6

I Will Follow You Into the Dark – Death Cab for Cutie

Love Is the Answer (Single Version) by England Dan & John Ford Coley

Introspective Inquiries by Margaret Dahlberg

Mandolin Wind by Rod Stewart

Both Sides Now by Joni Mitchell

HERE IS SOME INSIGHT TO THE MEANING OF ”NOT DARK YET”:

A lot of the songs [on Time Out of Mind] were written after the sun went down … This one phrase was going through my head:
Work while the day lasts, because the night of death cometh when no man can work
It wouldn’t let me go. I was, like, what does that phrase mean? … It was at the forefront of my mind for a long period of time, and I think a lot of that is instilled into this record.

—Dylan, to Jon Pareles, 1997

Bob Dylan was obsessing over John chapter 9 verse 4:


New International Version

As long as it is day, we must do the works of him who sent me. Night is coming, when no one can work.

What did Christ mean by these words:

ContextJesus Heals the Man Born Blind
3Jesus answered, “Neither this man nor his parents sinned, but this happened so that the works of God would be displayed in him. 4Whileit isdaytime,wemustdotheworksof Him whosentMe.Nightis coming,whenno onecanwork.5While I am in the world, I am the light of the world.”…

Cross ReferencesJohn 7:33
So Jesus said, “I am with you only a little while longer, and then I am going to the One who sent Me.

John 11:9
Jesus answered, “Are there not twelve hours of daylight? If anyone walks in the daytime, he will not stumble, because he sees by the light of this world.

John 12:35
Then Jesus told them, “For a little while longer, the Light will be among you. Walk while you have the Light, so that darkness will not overtake you. The one who walks in the darkness does not know where he is going.

Notice in the lyrics that Bob feels that time is running out and it seems he can’t get the message.

Shadows are fallin’ and I’ve been here all day
It’s too hot to sleep and time is runnin’ away
Feel like my soul has turned into steel
I’ve still got the scars that the sun didn’t heal
There’s not even room enough to be anywhere
It’s not dark yet but it’s gettin’ thereWell, my sense of humanity has gone down the drain
Behind every beautiful thing there’s been some kind of pain
She wrote me a letter and she wrote it so kind
She put down in writin’ what was in her mind
I just don’t see why I should even care
It’s not dark yet but it’s gettin’ thereWell, I’ve been to London and I been to gay Paris
I’ve followed the river and I got to the sea
I’ve been down on the bottom of the world full of lies

I ain’t lookin’ for nothin’ in anyone’s eyes
Sometimes my burden is more than I can bear
It’s not dark yet but it’s gettin’ thereI was born here and I’ll die here against my will
I know it looks like I’m movin’ but I’m standin’ still
Every nerve in my body is so naked and numb
I can’t even remember what it was I came here to get away from
Don’t even hear the murmur of a prayer
It’s not dark yet but it’s gettin’ there

MusixmatchSongwriters: Bob DylanNot Dark Yet lyrics © Universal Tunes

Bob Dylan looked into the modern thought  of the 1960’s and he saw that the educated class did not have the answers and he was looking for the answers to the big questions of life in his writings. Over and over again back then reporters were asking him what his songs meant. Actually his songs were an effort to bring up the big questions but he did not have the answers. In the song “A Ballad of a Thin Man” Dylan ridicules the reporter “Mr. Jones” throughout the song for his lack of understanding of this new generation.  “Oh my God, am I here all alone?” is the feeling that Mr. Jones has after following around Dylan because he doesn’t even to begin to understand the deep seated dissatisfaction of this new generation with the status quo. Every person that ever lived has had this feeling at one time or another and Romans chapter one discusses the inner conscience that everyone has that points them to the God of the Bible that created the world and put them on this earth for a purpose. 

Francis Schaeffer in his film series THE AGE OF PERSONAL PEACE AND AFFLUENCE  made the following points concerning the young people of the 1960’s:

I. By the Early 1960s People Were Bombarded From Every Side by Modern Man’s Humanistic Thought

II. Modern Form of Humanistic Thought Leads to Pessimism

Regarding a Meaning for Life and for Fixed Values

A. General acceptance of selfish values (personal peace and affluence) accompanied rejection of Christian consensus.

1. Personal peace means: I want to be left alone, and I don’t care what happens to the man across the street or across the world. I want my own life-style to be undisturbed regardless of what it will mean — even to my own children and grandchildren.

2. Affluence means things, things, things, always more things — and success is seen as an abundance of things.

B. Students wish to escape meaninglessness of much of adult society.

1. Watershed was Berkeley in 1964.

Bob Dylan also was writing in his music about the disconnect between the young generation of the 1960’s and their parents’ generation. Francis Schaeffer noted: It is called “A Ballad of a a Thin Man” and it apparently was written by Bob Dylan himself. Last time I read you the back cover of the album and I pointed out that when you go to the museums and also in the Theater and  in the pop records you see this same message. This is far from nothing. The very music is tremendous. It is great communication. It is like pop art. It is very destructive and just like the Theatre of the absurd although it destroys everything and leaves you with nonsense seemingly yet when you listen to the words with great care it has made a very selective destruction. Let me read the words.

You walk into the room
With your pencil in your hand
You see somebody naked
And you say who is that man?
You try so hard
But you don’t understand
Just what you would’ve said
When you get home

Something is happening
But you don’t know what it is
Do you Mister Jones?

You sneak into the window
And you say, “Is this where it is?”
Somebody points his finger at you
And says, “It’s his”
And you say, “What’s mine?”
Someone else says, “Where what is?”
And you say, “Oh my God, am I here all alone?”

Something is happening
But you don’t know what it is
Do you Mister Jones?

You hand in your ticket
And you go see the geek
Who walks up to you
When he hears you speak
And says, “How does it feel
To be such a freak?”
And you say, “Impossible”
As he hands you a bone

Something is happening
And you don’t know what it is
Do you Mister Jones?

You have many contacts
Out there among the lumberjacks
To get you facts
When someone attacks your imagination
But no one has any respect
Anyway they just expect
You to hand over your check
To tax deductible charity organizations

The sword swallower walks up to you
And he kneels
He crosses himself
And then he clicks his high heels
And without further notice
Asks you how it feels
And says, “Here’s your throat back
Thanks for the loan”

Something is happening
And you don’t know what it is
Do you Mister Jones?

You crawl into the room
Like a camel and you frown
You put your eyes in your pocket
And you put your nose into the ground
There ought to be a law
Against you comin’ around
You got to be made
To be wearing a telephone

But something is happening
And you don’t know what it is
Do you Mister Jones?

Something is happening here
And you don’t know what it is
Do you Mister Jones?

Songwriters
Bob Dylan

Francis Schaeffer observed:

In the June 28, 1966 issue of Look Magazine in the article on California the writer concludes, “It may seem ironical that a highly technical society demands a means for mystically exploration and this is LSD.” All of these may sound different. LSD and Bob Dylan may sounds miles apart. A tremendous art work in one of our great museums and the kids in a concert listening to Bob Dylan but in reality the message is the same. The tension is that according to all logic and rationality ALL IS ABSURD, yet man at the same time can not live with this and he is in this tremendous tension. He just can’t get away from being human. This is exactly what Paul was talking about in the Book of Romans and that man really knows about God and he knows about God in his conscience and from God’s external [creative] works.

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At one point in his life Bob Dylan did come to the same final conclusion that Solomon did so long ago in the Book of Ecclesiastes  when he observed the world around him and Dylan expressed this same conclusion in his song “Gotta Serve Somebody” back in the early 1980’s.

Ecclesiastes 12:13-14:
13 Now all has been heard;
here is the conclusion of the matter:
Fear God and keep his commandments,
for this is the whole duty of man.

14 For God will bring every deed into judgment,
including every hidden thing,
whether it is good or evil.

BASICALLY SOLOMON IS SAYING THE EXACT SAME THING AS BO DYLAN DID IN HIS SONG “Gotta Serve Somebody,” and here are the lyrics:

You may be an ambassador to England or France
You may like to gamble, you might like to dance
You may be the heavyweight champion of the world
You may be a socialite with a long string of pearlsBut you’re gonna have to serve somebody, yes indeed 
You’re gonna have to serve somebody
Well, it may be the devil or it may be the Lord
But you’re gonna have to serve somebody You might be a rock ‘n’ roll addict prancing on the stage
You might have drugs at your command, women in a cage
You may be a business man or some high-degree thief
They may call you doctor or they may call you chiefBut you’re gonna have to serve somebody, yes you are
You’re gonna have to serve somebody (serve somebody)
Well, it may be the devil or it may be the Lord
But you’re gonna have to serve somebodyYou may be a state trooper, you might be a young Turk
You may be the head of some big TV network
You may be rich or poor, you may be blind or lame
You may be living in another country under another nameBut you’re gonna have to serve somebody, yes you are
You’re gonna have to serve somebody (serve somebody)
Well, it may be the devil or it may be the Lord
But you’re gonna have to serve somebody (serve somebody)You may be a construction worker working on a home
You may be living in a mansion or you might live in a dome
You might own guns and you might even own tanks
You might be somebody’s landlord, you might even own banksBut you’re gonna have to serve somebody (serve somebody)
Yes, you’re gonna have to serve somebody (serve somebody)
Well, it may be the devil or it may be the Lord
But you’re gonna have to serve somebody (serve somebody)You may be a preacher with your spiritual pride
You may be a city councilman taking bribes on the side
You may be workin’ in a barbershop, you may know how to cut hair
You may be somebody’s mistress, may be somebody’s heirBut you’re gonna have to serve somebody
Yes, you’re gonna have to serve somebody (serve somebody)
Well, it may be the devil or it may be the Lord
But you’re gonna have to serve somebody (serve somebody)Might like to wear cotton, might like to wear silk
Might like to drink whiskey, might like to drink milk
You might like to eat caviar, you might like to eat bread
You may be sleeping on the floor, sleeping in a king sized bedBut you’re gonna have to serve somebody (serve somebody) yes indeed

On October 23, 2016 I drove to Tulsa to hear Bob Dylan at the Brady Theater and I hear my favorite Dylan song: Blowin’ In The Wind a d here are the lyrics:

How many roads must a man walk down
Before you call him a man?
How many seas must a white dove sail
Before she sleeps in the sand?
Yes, and how many times must the cannonballs fly
Before they’re forever banned?The answer, my friend, is blowin’ in the wind
The answer is blowin’ in the windYes, and how many years must a mountain exist
Before it is washed to the sea?
And how many years can some people exist
Before they’re allowed to be free?
Yes, and how many times can a man turn his head
And pretend that he just doesn’t see?The answer, my friend, is blowin’ in the wind
The answer is blowin’ in the windYes, and how many times must a man look up
Before he can see the sky?
And how many ears must one man have
Before he can hear people cry?
Yes, and how many deaths will it take ’til he knows
That too many people have died?The answer, my friend, is blowin’ in the wind
The answer is blowin’ in the wind

BY THE WAY THE ANSWER IS NOT BLOWIN’ IN THE WIND but is attainable!!!

Why not take a few minutes and just read the short chapter of Psalms 22 that was written hundreds of years before the Romans even invented the practice of Crucifixion. 1000 years BC the Jews had the practice of stoning people but we read in this chapter a graphic description of Christ dying on the cross.

Biblical Archaeology is Silencing the critics! Significantly, even liberal theologians, secular academics, and critics generally cannot deny that archaeology has confirmed thebiblical record at many points. Rationalistic detractors of the Bible can attack it all day long, but they cannot dispute archaeological facts.

Bob Dylan – Gotta Serve Somebody (Official Audio)

Bob Dylan – Blowin’ In The Wind (Lyrics)

Bob Dylan – Ballad of a Thin Man (Official Audio)

I pledge my head to heaven (Keith Green and Bob Dylan)

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R-0153 Pledge My Head To Heaven (Keith Green) – Bob plays harmonica for Keith Green on this track from his gospel album So You Wanna Go Back To Egypt, Pretty Good Records, 1980

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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April 12, 2013 – 5:45 am

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John MacArthur on fulfilled prophecy from the Bible Part 2

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John MacArthur on fulfilled prophecy from the Bible Part 1

August 6, 2013 – 1:24 am

I have posted many of the sermons by John MacArthur. He is a great bible teacher and this sermon below is another great message. His series on the Book of Proverbs was outstanding too.  I also have posted several of the visits MacArthur made to Larry King’s Show. One of two most popular posts I […]By Everette Hatcher III | Posted in Adrian RogersCurrent Events |Tagged Bible Prophecyjohn macarthur | Edit|Comments (0)

John MacArthur: Fulfilled prophecy in the Bible? (Ezekiel 26-28 and the story of Tyre, video clips)

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Prophecy–The Biblical Prophesy About Tyre.mp4 Uploaded by TruthIsLife7 on Dec 5, 2010 A short summary of the prophecy about Tyre and it’s precise fulfillment. Go to this link and watch the whole series for the amazing fulfillment from secular sources. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qvt4mDZUefo________________ John MacArthur on the amazing fulfilled prophecy on Tyre and how it was fulfilled […]By Everette Hatcher III | Posted in Biblical Archaeology | Edit|Comments (1)

John MacArthur on the Bible and Science (Part 2)

August 1, 2013 – 12:10 am

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John MacArthur on the Bible and Science (Part 1)

July 30, 2013 – 1:32 am

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Adrian Rogers: “Why I believe the Bible is true”

July 9, 2013 – 8:38 am

Adrian Rogers – How you can be certain the Bible is the word of God Great article by Adrian Rogers. What evidence is there that the Bible is in fact God’s Word? I want to give you five reasons to affirm the Bible is the Word of God. First, I believe the Bible is the […]By Everette Hatcher III | Posted in Adrian RogersBiblical Archaeology | Edit|Comments (0)

The Old Testament is Filled with Fulfilled Prophecy by Jim Wallace

June 24, 2013 – 9:47 am

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April 19, 2013 – 1:52 am

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Evidence for the Bible

March 27, 2013 – 9:43 pm

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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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