According to Jim

Season 2 Episode 8

Father Disfigure

2
Aired Tuesday 8:00 PM Nov 19, 2002 on ABC
7.5
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Cheryl drags Jim down to the church for the new reverend's mess, which is supposed to be "the next best thing". Jim sees some familiarity on him, and remembers he was the kid he played dodge-ball with back when they were kids. Jim also remembers that he threw the ball so hard at the guy he got a fat lip (and a funny nickname) for weeks (the nickname lasted for years). When Cheryl invites the reverend over for dinner, Jim freaks out, hoping he won't remember a thing. But Jim's hopes go down the drain when the reverend confronts him and later quits the church, giving his inability to forgive Jim as a reason. Feeling guilty, Jim apologizes and even takes on Gracie and Ruby's advice on offering Reverend Pierson a chance to throw a dodge-ball back at him.moreless

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  • Father Disfigure

    6.0
    For years I have mocked According to Jim, calling it garbage, an abomination and something that did not deserve to be on the air. I have made such bold statements as saying Jim Belushi has never said a funny thing in his life. But I had never seen an episode though.



    I actually watched the show for the first time today and the show was not horrible. Obviously having such a brilliant comedian like Chris Elliott guest star is a huge positive and he was great here, but Jim even had a few solid lines.



    I'm not saying I'm a fan, but if I'm bored again I may check this out again.moreless
Chris Elliott

Chris Elliott

Reverend Gaylord Pierson

Guest Star

Adam Cagley

Adam Cagley

Young Jim

Guest Star

Zack Shada

Zack Shada

Young Gaylord Pierson

Guest Star

Connor Sullivan

Connor Sullivan

Kyle

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Garret Sullivan

Garret Sullivan

Kyle

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