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Adam & EveEdit

Adam and Eve, according to the Holy Bible, were the first humans created on Earth.

In "Rewind, Pause, Pay!", the couple are about to eat the forbidden fruit but are stopped by Ronald Reagan and Steve in an attempt to better humanity. Seeing their action really worsened humanity, Reagan and Steve undo this intervention.

When Steve doubts God in "Surfer God", he's called "the New Eve" by God before He returns to heaven.

In "Charlize", when Frank and Pony are the only ones left on Earth, Frank claims they should be the new "Adam & Eve" and repopulate the planet.

Easter BunnyEdit

The Easter Bunny is a symbol for the religious holiday of Easter.

According to Baby Cakes, someone on campus must defecate in the school's potted plants to keep the creature away from campus. After being instructed to cease this, Baby Cakes puts Steve in his place to hopefully keep the Easter Bunny in check. When Steve disobeys the man-child, the Easter Bunny makes an appearance, and upon seeing a potted plant free of excrement, it rampages throughout the city, damaging its surroundings with its eggs. Following its beating from Pony, she and the others dump it in a lake. Its death is detected by Jesus Christ, who claims to be one of its friends, and their misdeed is covered up by a lie from Pony that Chris Brown is responsible for its disappearance.

GodEdit

In Christian beliefs, God is the creator of the universe and everything in it. He is the almighty and should be worshiped wholeheartedly.

God interrupts a football game in "Surfer God" and announces that he's rewriting the Ten Commandments and testing the China, IL residents to see if the world is ready to go to "the next level". As he parties with others, Pony approaches him and asks him out after being persuaded by her mother, only to become impregnated akin to the story of the Virgin Mary. When doubted and beheaded by Steve, God revives and assumes the people are not ready for the next level, which would've been to become gods themselves had Steve not done this, and returns to heaven.

Jesus ChristEdit

In Christianity, Jesus Christ is known as the Son of God and as the Lord and Savior.

Christ's crucifixion is prevented by Reagan and Steve in their attempt to better humanity in "Rewind, Pause, Pay!".

Jesus and Old Yeller are shown to be the only residents in heaven in "Coming Out of the Casket".

He appears in Baby Cakes' dream in "Prank Week".

He is shown to have a connection with the Easter Bunny and fears for its life in "Life Coaches".

SatanEdit

Satan is regarded as a figure of evil in Christianity, deceiving humanity away from God. Those who succumb to sin are sent to hell to stay with Satan for eternity.

He appears in snake form in "Rewind, Pause, Pay!", preparing to deceive Adam and Eve into sinning, much like the Biblical story. Their descent into sin is interrupted by Reagan and Steve as they try to better humanity, but when this proves to instead worsen humanity, Reagan and Steve undo their intervention.

Virgin MaryEdit

The Virgin Mary, in Christianity, is the mother of Jesus Christ, thought to give birth via immaculate conception.

In "Surfer God", Steve claims the Virgin Mary is the hottest woman to exist, thinking her "inaccessibility" is what makes her hot. Later, God impregnates Pony among other females in a fashion similar to the story of the immaculate conception. Near the end of the episode, these pregnancies become stillbirths courtesy of Steve doubting God's power and hindering everyone from attaining "the next level."

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