John Goodman John Goodman Has So Much Fun Playing a Televangelist on The Righteous Gemstones by Editor June 29, 2020, 12:00 pm 21 Comments See more Previous article Sir John Hurt Dies at 77 (1940-2017) Next article Rare Meryl Streep Interview (1998) 21 Comments Leave a Reply Love John Goodman ~ seths sucks doe Reply "!! I'll show you the life of the mind.!!" Reply Making fun of Mega-Churches makes me so happy. Reply "Great Mexican music"…no such thing. Reply Legend. Good to see him in good shape! Reply John is a Goodman! Reply Man I bet Goodman has so many cool stories but this apparently wasn't the place for that!! Reply John Goodman is so great in Gemstones.Underrated actor. Reply I've just started to watch Roseanne and found out John Goodman is actually the voice behind Sully! Such comedic talent! Reply if i could ever meet any celebrity, John Goodman is absolutely the one i'd pick. That dude is so fucking cool, talented, and awesome. Reply He did play Babe Ruth in the movie The Babe. Reply Hmm, it says he "has" fun playing it, but I'm suspecting he retires or dies next episode….we'll see I, love some Johnny Goodman Reply Almost done with the season. This is an extremely funny show. 2nd to last show was so freaking funny. Reply You could see the moment Seth knew he missed an opportunity to see John Goodman improvise the Californians 🙁 Reply I wanted to watch to hear about the show, but cant deal with this scripted nonsense. Reply nevermind the fact he lost weight, what's more important is he looks really happy these days, good for him Reply You know, dude, he himself dabbled in pacifism once. Not in 'Nam, of course Reply The Righteous Gemstones is a great show. Walton Goggins can do no wrong Reply One of my favorite characters he's done ! Reply Thought he was jewish. Learn something new every day. Reply Benevolent grandpa energy ❤️ Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.