Paris Portingale unearths more scenes he wrote for the original Star Trek in an attempt to join Gene Roddenberry’s writing team.
Paris Portingale defines what Father’s Day is all about, and then he illustrates what it actually is.
Closing this series of conversations with God, Paris Portingale is still trying to get to the bottom of the crocodiles thing, God then challenges Paris to create a better universe in one week.
Paris Portingale continues his chat with God. Paris asks about Jesus and Mary, God gets a little snappy. Paris tries to sneak in another query about crocodiles.
Paris Portingale chats with God again. Paris wants to know if comedians go to heaven. And then he asks about crocodiles again.
Paris Portingale continues his chat with God. They talk about heaven, hell, and purgatory. And the apple. And cancer. And crocodiles.
Paris Portingale talks with God again and asks about the empires (all of them). God wants to know if Paris has spoken with Mathew Davidson yet. God doesn’t seem to be above collusion.
Paris Portingale speaks with God again and asks him about smiting and learns an important lesson. Consider this a warning.
Paris Portingale drinks. He and God hang out. Here’s a recent conversation between them where Paris asks God the meaning of it all.
We asked humorist Paris Portingale to list all of the best things about being in a long-term relationship, and then he gave us one.