What a mess. Every time
look down there, it gets worse. Maybe I oughta stop looking
. Millions of
, and that one's always been a
. Why that one? I know why:
. I had to put
on it. Maybe I oughta go
around. I gotta do something. Let's see, um… ~ God
(1980, stylised onscreen as Oh, God! Book II ) is a Oh, God! book II comedy film and a sequel to the 1977 film, It was followed in 1984 by the third and final installment, Oh, God! . Oh, God! You Devil
Screenplay by Josh Greenfeld, Hal Goldman, Fred S. Fox, Seaman Jacobs, and Melissa Miller; produced and directed by Gilbert Cates.
That's right, I made another movie. You know me, I can't stop creating. ( tagline)
looking at ] What a mess. Every time Earth I look down there, it gets worse. Maybe I oughta stop looking down. Millions of planets, and that one's always been a problem. Why that one? I know why: people. I had to put people on it. Maybe I oughta go down there and look around. I gotta do something. Let's see, um…[ ] Please, not now, I'm lightning strikes thinking!
I'm not always on cloud nine.
People remember the miracle and forget why I did it.
I don't take off for spelling. They gave
some of my best people a pretty hard time. But,
Tracy, I don't want you to think I'm bragging, but, let's face it: I'm an original, the one and only. I made my own mould and threw it away.
I say, if you don't set deadlines, nothing happens. "Bananas." I
hate that expression. I make a beautiful fruit, and people use it for " crazy."
Mathematics. That was a mistake. I should have made the whole thing a little easier. Nobody's
perfect. When I
sneeze, there's no one around to bless me.
Honest to me, I didn't.
I need all the help I can get.
Meet me in the lounge.
I mean you - Tracy.
Tracy Richards [ edit ]
Daddy, you and your tricks. You're always trying to pull something on me. Daddy, just because you can't
see spirits doesn't mean they're not there. It's kinda like believing in God: sometimes, you just have to believe in things you can't see. But—but if You are
God, why would You bother with me? Have you ever
felt like you might be dreaming, even though you you were knew awake?
Mom, we know that God has a lot of wonderful qualities, but what would you say are some of His strongest points? It was some dumb
commercial. They're always trying to sell you something. You know,
You're not exactly easy to turn down.
You talk to me like I'm grown up. I like that.
God brought me home on His motorcycle.
! ~ Tracy Richards's slogan advertising God
Paula Richards [ edit ]
to ] Don't watch any Tracy horror films, okay? [ cuts to a scene of Tracy watching a horror film]
You can be sure…if it's
Dialogue [ edit ]
Tracy Richards: Are you God, sir?
God: Forget the "sir." Just plain "God," the owner of the store, also known as the man upstairs.
Tracy Richards: How old are you?
God: Who knows? After the first two-million years, I stopped counting.
Tracy Richards: Slogans really work. You'll become a household word.
God: A household word. Yeah, that would be nice for a change.
Tracy Richards: God, on ? The Johnny Carson Show
God: [ on ] Why not? He gets everybody t. v. else to replace him.
God: I'll give you another week.
Tracy Richards: Just a week?
God: That's long enough. Look at what accomplished in a week. And I did it without I computers.
Tracy Richards: It's just a gut feeling. (That's an advertising expression.)
Shingo: Well, I gotta gut feeling, too: I'm hungry. Let's go home.
God: Tracy, I really like it.
Tracy Richards: Thank God!
God: I like that one, too, but let's go with "Think God."
Tracy Richards: Who do you pray to?
God: Me? Well, sometimes I talk to myself.
Tagline [ edit ]
That's right, I made another
movie. You know me, I can't stop creating.
Main cast [ edit ]
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