(Season 2) Bless The Harts Episode 16 Recap: Jesus All The Way!

Bless The Harts Episode 16 Spoilers Ahead

Bless the Harts Season 2 premiered on 27th September 2020 on Disney+ Hotstar. The American adult animated sitcom is created by Emily Spivey for the Fox Broadcasting Company. Bless the Harts episode 16 is directed by Albert Calleros, Valerie Fletcher, and Samantha Arnett. The voice cast includes Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph, Jillian Bell, Ike Barinholtz, Fortune Feimster, and more.

Easter’s 11

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Bless The Harts Episode 16 takes into Greenpoint’s Easter celebration. Like every other day, the Harts are out and about doing things they should probably not be doing but this time maybe they are on the right track. In an attempt to bring forth the truth about a Megachurch that has an inbuilt Starbucks, offers massage coupons, magic healing, and everything you could possibly imagine, the Harts, along with David, embark on a mission! On the other hand David, Violet, and Wayne place a Jesus statue that looks distressed in random places to make people come to terms with their bad deeds but well, there are no good intentions here, it’s all just fun and pranks!

Bless The Harts Episode 16 titled Easter’s 11, to me, made more sense when I looked at it with the aspect of commercialization of religion and how it can be used as a powerful tool to mint money. Religion is profound to the masses and there is no lie in the idea that people would go in any direction and follow fraudsters in the name of miracles and that is exactly what happens in this episode. The owner of the Megachurch is a mean man with nothing but business in mind and well, there is no connection to reality here right?

One of the most hilarious moments in this episode is when Betty is supposed to play a video on the big screen where she exposes the owner of the Megachurch bringing to light his foul deeds and idea but rather she plays her own personal dancing videos and god, they are gold!

Another topic that Bless The Harts Episode 16 touches upon, in my opinion, is how humans are guilt-driven and no matter how hard they might try to hide it, a part of them will always be scared to face the societal idea of god and religion. I say this in context to Violet’s and David’s prank, we see people being shameful for doing things and apologizing to an inanimate object for the same like it really exists and while it is hilarious, it is thought-provoking in its own way too.

Summing up, Bless The Harts Episode 16 moves the series one step closer to its finale. With reported 2 more episodes down the line Bless The Harts Season 2 will soon take away the Harts from us with the possibility of another season. I hope they tell us more about Brenda’s husband as her marriage and relationship was something that was never exactly developed in the series! Fingers crossed.

Stream It or Skip It

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STREAM IT! Bless The Harts Episode 16 is fun and true to its idea. It tells you how humans are driven to material under the garb of belief and it offers you one good watch-time!

Bless The Harts season 2 is now streaming on Disney+ Hotstar.

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SUMMARY

Bless The Harts Episode 16 is all about Easter and a fight against a greedy megachurch with Violet and David guilt-tripping people!

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