AFTER LIFE 3 Review and Open Letter to Ricky Gervais Part 22 Tony: Joking. Of course I fancy a drink. Emma: Where do you wanna go? Tony: Nowhere. I drink on the couch. Emma: Okay. Maybe I can come and sit on a couch nearby. Yep. Got any gin? Tony: Got everything. Emma: Tonic? Tony: I meant everything alcoholic

After Life season 3 review: Its greatest strength is also its biggest weakness

“Let’s just carry on, and nothing changes.”

After Life

Netflix

By Abby Robinson

3 weeks ago

3.0 out of 5 star rating

To say a fair bit has happened since the arrival of After Life’s second season back in April 2020 would be a gross understatement, but in the third and final instalment of Ricky Gervais’ black comedy, time has largely stood still.

With the exception of a few mostly minor developments – we’ll spare you specifics to preserve your enjoyment and surprise – both Tony Johnson and the sleepy town of Tambury remain unchanged. There is a mention of coronavirus, but it has no impact on the story whatsoever, which left us wondering why Gervais felt the need to mention the pandemic at all. The less said about that, the better.

For many, that lack of substantial development, particularly between seasons 2 and 3, will be a comfort rather than a disappointment; in an age where uncertainty rules, knowing what to expect, with no threat of the rug being pulled out from under you, certainly has its merits. But we were left wanting more, and those who previously argued that After Life should have been a limited series will likely double down on that assertion.

The narrative’s fixed status stems from Tony who, unsurprisingly, remains utterly bereft following the death of his wife. As in the first two seasons, he continues to spend much of his time sinking bottles of wine while watching old videos of Lisa (Kerry Godliman) during her illness and in happier times, before the gloom descended.

It’s an authentic depiction of grief and is undoubtedly the show’s most laudable trait, with Gervais delivering a solid performance as a man who is existing, but not living. Godliman’s performance feeds into that yet again, conveying Lisa’s vibrant, warm and generous spirit in the scattering of moments in which she appears. You only have to spend a second in her company to understand why Tony cannot envisage a world without her.

But that central component of the show, which is so well executed, is also where it stumbles.

After Life season 3 (Netflix)

Netflix

Grief adopts many different forms. Some seek out fresh distractions, tearing down their home in a bid to begin anew, aesthetically at least, or head out on a thousand-mile solo hike to cleanse the mind and gain some perspective. Tony, by contrast, sinks into a state of inertia.

If it wasn’t for his friends and colleagues’ pleas for him to honour Lisa’s life by living his own – and the imploring gaze of his German Shepherd Brandy – he would remain glued to his sofa permanently, with videos of Lisa on a never-ending loop. But having sat through two seasons of that previously, this latest chapter feels intensely familiar to the point of tedium.

Even with the shift in Tony’s worldview that occurs in the finale, that acute sadness and gargantuan sense of loss remains ever present, and further emphasises why TV shows about grief are few and far between. It’s a tricky theme to navigate in a single season, let alone three, and while Gervais succeeded in making it bearable, even entertaining, in After Life’s premiere, it has stalled here.

“I don’t know why we can’t just carry on like this?” Tony says to Emma (Ashley Jensen) in season 2. “Let’s just carry on, you know, and nothing changes. Groundhog Day.”

After Life doesn’t quite adhere to that, but it’s not far off.

After Life

Netflix

And yet, what Gervais has served up tracks because it mirrors the reality of adjusting to a life that has had the heart ripped out of it. His world, once technicolour, has dimmed as he is unable to comprehend a future without the person he loves most in the world.

The very act of mourning is heavy and monotonous, and Gervais refuses to sugarcoat that, instead leaning into its permanence. As a result, After Life has become something of an endurance test, and even Penelope Wilton (Anne) isn’t able to lift us with her character’s more hopeful dialogue

But, that being said, it’s a given that the swathes of people who have followed the series from the very beginning (100 million households, according to Netflix) will relish the show’s final chapter. They are simply happy to spend time in that bubble, enjoying the many faces and their respective idiosyncrasies.

Looking ahead, Gervais is working on a new project for Netflix, although he told RadioTimes.com that if he had wanted to make a fourth season, the streamer would have left him to it. But he’s chosen to move on, which is undoubtedly the right move. It is unclear where this story could possibly go next without retreading the same ground.

But while we’re ready to wave goodbye to Tony, there will be millions who will mourn his departure from their lives. Gervais has his critics, but that’s an unarguably impressive legacy.

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After Life TV Show on Netflix: canceled or renewed?

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After Life TV Show on Netflix: canceled or renewed?

World Exclusive: After Life Season 3: The First few Minutes

After Life | Season 3 Official Trailer | Netflix

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?

February 4, 2022

Ricky Gervais

London, W1F 0LE
UK

Dear Ricky,


Emma: It’s nice out there again today, isn’t it? Maybe get you outside for a wee walk. 

Tony: Sorry about last night. Obviously nothing to do with you. I just… I can’t stand people interfering. Sure. It was all so forced and in public and… 

Emma: Do you fancy a drink tonight, then? 

Tony: Just… Just us? No. 

Emma: Really? 

Tony: Joking. Of course I fancy a drink. 

Emma: Where do you wanna go? 

Tony: Nowhere. I drink on the couch. 

Emma: Okay. Maybe I can come and sit on a couch nearby. Yep. Got any gin? 

Tony: Got everything. 

Emma: Tonic? 

Tony: I meant everything alcoholic

In episode 2 of the second season of AFTER LIFE is the following discussion: 

Tony: Sorrow about the thing with the meditation. He knows it was not your fault because he was being an annoying prick. 
Matt: Listen Tony had you been drinking before that? 
Tony: No. I had little one after to calm down. 
Matt: I imagine that was his fault to?

Tony: Not just his fault because most things are a good excuse for a drink. I have always got drunk, but I used to drink because I was happy and that was alright but now I drink when I am sad and that is not so good is it? It happens more often and a little earlier. 
Matt: Just stop then. 
Tony: Brilliant. 
Matt: I am serious. If you have a problem you should go to AA or rehab. 
Tony: Why?

Matt: To get better. 
Tony: Drinking is not my illness. 
Matt: It is bad for you. 
Tony: Everything is bad for you. We are all dying. Being healthy is just dying more slowly. 
Matt: Okay so you will live longer. 
Tony: Yeah but why? 
Matt: What do you mean “Why?” So you can do more of the things you enjoy. 
Tony: I enjoy a drink.All drunks hurt themselves but the trick is to be a good drunk and not hurt other people.

Matt: Look at that Tony you calling yourself a drunk.

Tony: Only half the time. Whatever you want to label it. I drink in times of trouble. I can’t help it the world is filled with trouble. It is a horrible place. Everyone is screwed up in someway. Everyone has worries like money or health or famine, war. We are chimps with brains the size of planets. No wonder we get drunk and try to kill each other. It is mental.

Matt: Always good to talk.

Tony: I was just explaining my new plan is to drink myself to death till I eventually implode in on my own evolution. 

In season 1 as Julian Kane and Tony drink alcohol and do heroine together the song INTO MY ARMS by Nick Cave plays in the background with these words

I don’t believe in an interventionist God
But I know, darling, that you do
But if I did, I would kneel down and ask Him
Not to intervene when it came to you
Oh, not to touch a hair on your head
Leave you as you are
If he felt he had to direct you
Then direct you into my armsInto my arms, oh Lord

Nick Cave makes his theological views very clear at the beginning of this song and it is why I think it describes well Tony’s humanist outlook on life. Solomon is seeking in Ecclesiastes answers between birth and death in life UNDER THE SUN without God in the picture. 

Again Ricky Gervais has done a great job of placing the great songs at the perfect places in the episodes. Both Tony and Julian have lost their soulmates and they want to numb their pain with wine and drugs. Solomon in Ecclesiastes looks for love UNDER THE SUN (without God) in the picture and he never finds his soulmate after bedding 1,000 women. Solomon at this point also turns to stimulate his body with wine. 

Francis Schaeffer discusses the views of Solomon on drinking:

In Ecclesiastes 1:8 he drives this home when he states, “All things are wearisome; Man is not able to tell it. THE EYE IS NOT SATISFIED WITH SEEING. NOR IS THE EAR FILLED WITH HEARING.”  Solomon is stating here the fact that there is no final satisfaction because you don’t get to the end of the thing.

What do you do and the answer is to get drunk and this was not thought of in the RUBAIYAT OF OMAR KAHAYYAM:

Ecclesiastes 2:1-3

I said to myself, “Come now, I will test you with pleasure. So enjoy yourself.” And behold, it too was futility. I said of laughter, “It is madness,” and of pleasure, “What does it accomplish?” I explored with my mind how to stimulate my body with winewhile my mind was guiding me wisely, and how to take hold of folly, until I could see what good there is for the sons of men to do under heaventhe few years of their lives.

Earlier in this post I asserted: 

Ecclesiastes is truly the book of modern man because modern man’s philosophy has brought him to the nihilistic conclusion that all is vanity and meaninglessness. This appears to be the place that the atheist Tony Johnson has landed and many of the characters around him. 

This is the reason so many of them have tried to drown themselves in the bottle or kill themselves with drugs and that is because they haven’t found a lasting meaning for their lives.
It sounded crazy when Ricky wrote the lines for Tony “Everything is bad for you. We are all dying. Being healthy is just dying more slowly.” However, from a secular point of view without an afterlife, these words are totally logical. Check out I Corinthians chapter 15 and see where the apostle Paul says this very thing!!

I did read something that Ricky said on a taboo subject that troubled me:

Suicide. Heroin. Euthanasia. Ricky Gervais speaks exclusively to Event about his most shocking show ever

By Cole Moreton For Event Magazine22:01 16 Feb 2019, updated 00:30 18 Feb 2019

He won’t mind being challenged about his desire to shock, but then how could he? His character Tony also gives money to his drug supplier in After Life, knowing it will be used for his suicide.

‘I think that’s the much more contentious bit,’ says Gervais. ‘I am in favour of assisted suicide and voluntary euthanasia.’

Episode #4 Tony meets up with his acquaintance from work Julian who is a heroine addict and while doing drugs together this conversation happens: 

Tony: This must be a habit. You know I know how you feel.

Julian: Every minute of every day that I have my wits all I can think about is getting some [drugs] before I become too conscious…I am already dead inside. I am still in the worst kind of pain. 

Tony: I still can not believe we have so much in common.

Julian: We don’t have anything in common! 

Tony: Why do you say that?

Julian: The big difference is you haven’t given up yet, have you? Me I would quite happily die right now. If I had enough money I would take as much drugs as I possibly could. 

Tony gives Julian lots of money and says “Don’t waste it on food.”

The last scene of episode 5 is Julian injecting an overdose of heroine into his arm and then dying as the song “Youth” by the musical group DAUGHTER sings the words: 

Shadows settle on the place, that you left
Our minds are troubled by the emptiness
Destroy the middle, it’s a waste of time
From the perfect start to the finish lineAnd if you’re still breathing, you’re the lucky ones
‘Cause most of us are heaving through corrupted lungs
Setting fire to our insides for fun

Then in episode 5 there is discussion between Tony and brother-in-law Matt when Tony admits at first that he helped Julian get the overdose on purpose but then he backtracks when Matt threatens to keep Tony’s ten year old nephew from seeing him again: 

Tony: Julian was a heroine addict. That is what he did and it was what he wanted. 

Matt: Tell me that you didn’t know that he was gonna kill himself or I am not gonna let you see George again. 

Tony: I didn’t know. Obviously not. 

Matt: Okay you didn’t know.

Tim Plester was born on September 10, 1970 in Banbury, Oxfordshire, England. He is an actor and director, known for After Life (2019), Game of Thrones (2011) and Bohemian Rhapsody (2018).

Tim Plester (Actor/Filmmaker)
#AfterLife - Julian 2


Ricky may say ‘I am in favour of assisted suicide and voluntary euthanasia.’ but I don’t think he really means it is okay to help someone commit suicide when in the case of Julian he could have been helped to overcome his addiction and live a long life! In fact, Tony’s conscience causes him to lie to Matt because he knows Matt was right!!!

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

PS: Try out the film series HOW SHOULD WE THEN LIVE? by Francis Schaeffer on You Tube. It shows how Humanism has been to blame for many of the problems in the western world in the 
past and the alternative worldview of Biblical Christianity.

Francis Schaeffer pictured above


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John MacArthur on fulfilled prophecy from the Bible Part 1

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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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