HAVE you caught word of the hot new ABC comedy series? It’s edgy, transgressive even, and brave as can be, the most daring and provocative thing you will ever see.
Picture a kooky chick who goes to Mecca and really sticks it up those bearded old farts, gets in their faces, shows ’em what a hip broad is all about. This babe has balls. She disrupts their holiest rite, tips the sacred items all over the ground and then, just to stick it up those Prophet lovers, she gets damp in the surf with a hot and horny mullah.
Whoops! Sorry, wires slightly crossed. Muslims actually have nothing to do with Judith Lucy’s Spiritual Journey – not the ridiculing of Muslims, anyway. That might have been just a tad too daring.
So while all other religions appear to be indulged, it is stripper nuns, horny priests and a staged defilement of the Eucharist where Catholicism is concerned. Yes, you’ve seen it all before – except, maybe, the bit where consecrated altar wine is seized and guzzled by a mad woman, who slops it all over herself and everything else.
But who cares what Catholics’ think? Those rock hoppers and their stupid beliefs, they deserve a right rubbishing. Everyone at the ABC and Film Victoria, which helped fund the series, sure thinks so. Catholics are good for a side-splitter. With Muslims it's a head-lopper. Best to insult the creed that turns the other cheek.
Lucy wonders in the promo if she will find enlightenment or “disappear up my own arse.”
That would seem a physical impossibility. The space is already overstuffed with taxpayers’ money, including that of Catholics.