Item description for Pastor Greg by Pastor Greg...
DescriptionGreg was a playboy gambling, drinking fool, living in the fast lane until God slammed on his brakes.
Now Pastor Greg's life really starts with new friends, a new life and a new beginning.
In this family comedy premier, Greg is assigned to his first church which is being run by a bossy secretary, the fussy business manager, the nervous young pastor, and a maintenance man who's also the town mayor. Chaos breaks loose when they accidentally schedule a funeral, a wedding and a children's play all in the same day. To top it off, Pastor Greg (who they haven't met yet) shows up a day early. More mayhem is waiting when he gets to the church where the staff thinks he is a homeless guy who needs a handout. Pastor Greg will make you laugh out loud and keep you begging for more.
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Record Label Robbins/Kennedy
Format Closed-captioned / Color / Digital Sound
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.1" Width: 5.42" Height: 0.58" Weight: 0.18 lbs.
Release Date Feb 10, 2004
Publisher WESSCOTT MARKETING #813
ISBN 0012233331 ISBN13 0636559200549 UPC 636559200549
Reviews - What do customers think about Pastor Greg?
Please tell me you're joking! Nov 30, 1999
This show points out exactly why the church in the U.S. is no longer relevant. Horrible acting, the worst jokes I've ever heard, and production value that could be done with a home video recorder. I can't believe there are so many positive reviews for this piece of garbage. I'm a college pastor and I'm considering showing this DVD to our college group to talk about why the church is not reaching the culture for Christ.
People think Christians don't understand what is funny, and this show proves them right! You don't have to use crude humor or put downs to be funny... but this is not funny! Christian TV is awful and everyone who commented on this previously should really spend some time with some non-Christians outside the church so they can stop being so lame and actually understand why the church is declining in this country so rapidly. Pastor Greg is honestly the worst show I have ever seen.
A GREAT PLEASURE Nov 30, 1999
This show crystallizes the moral values I have struggled to vocalize. I thank the Lord that I can come home after a long, frustrating day of work, and sit down to my "Pastor Greg" DVD, accompanied by a can of chef boyardee and diet coke. One complaint I have about the show is the avoidance of interracial relations. I feel that pastor Greg and the black chick (I think her name was Laquifa?) should stop denying their feelings for each other and join in the unity of love. I think this would make the church more relatable and broaden the horizons. Also, "Pastor Greg" has helped me to overcome my former Judaism and homosexuality. I am now single, a little lonely, but Christian and couldn't be happier. Thank you Jesus.
THIS MOVIE IS AWSOME AND FUNNY Nov 30, 1999
This movie is awesome and funny. With a great message. Very well written Greg Robbins totally nails his character. Delightfully funny and recommended for the whole family. Also checkout the "Behind the scenes Making of Pastor Greg" Produced by Bill Munsell. A behind the scenes look at how Pastor Greg was created.
What sit-coms should be Nov 30, 1999
We've aired this program on our network. It was well received. This is a great stand-alone comedy suitable for the whole family. It also is a pilot for an on-going sitcom which Greg hopes to produce. We welcome the effort and look forward to additional episodes. We all want to know what's the chemistry between Greg and Lori. Will the "Dude" get together with the "Dudette?"
As a seminary grad, I appreciate the wholesome and fresh way Greg portrays a young minister. We are not all stuffed shirts, but real people with problems too.
Good luck Greg.
Good, clean family comedy Nov 30, 1999
There's nothing else like it available. Pastor Greg is family comedy that anyone can enjoy, yet it includes an openly spiritual dimension.
Most modern sitcoms are openly contemptuous of family values; they resort to sexual situations and put-downs for their humor. This show is nothing like that. The humor is simple human comedy, like in the days of Andy Griffith and Dick Van Dyke. I give it three thumbs up!