1. Yep. Reminds me of an older comment that human hell can be consolidated with mosquito heaven.

  2. I thought it was a reference to the Wizard of Oz at first. But the panel with with the “these wings will make you more fun to chase” (which is kind of cruel…) made it clear Kamino Neka has it.

    I’m sure everyone has has heard some version of the joke about the old man in the afterlife seeing his best friend making love to a beautiful woman. He asks what he did that was so good to be so rewarded and the friend answers it’s not a question what he did that was so good but what she did that was so bad.

    And there is the Simpsons gag about Frank Sinatra in Disco Stu’s hell.

  3. In mouse heaven every cat is Tom and every mouse is Jerry.
    Or if you prefer, Scratchy and Itchy.

    Alternatively, mouse hell involves them running an amusement park and being made to act happy all the time to entertain youngsters while being abused by said guests and having to wear a bizarre costume in 90 degree heat and humidity.

  4. A cat died and went to Heaven. God met her at the Pearly Gates, petted her on the head and said, “You have been a good cat for these 40 years. Anything that you want is yours for the asking.”

    The cat thought for a minute and replied, “All my life I have lived on a farm and slept on hard wooden floors. I would like a real fluffy pillow to sleep on.” God said, “Say no more.” Instantly the cat had a huge, fluffy pillow.

    A few days later, six mice were killed in an accident, and they all went to heaven together. God met them at the gates of Heaven with the same offer He made to the cat. The mice said, “Well, all our lives we’ve had to run from dogs, cats and even people with brooms. If we could just have some little roller skates, we’d never have to run again.” God said, “It is done!” All the mice had beautiful little roller skates.

    About a week later, God decided to check on the cat. He found her sound asleep on her fluffy pillow. God gently awakened the cat and asked, “Is everything okay? How you been doing? Are you happy?” The cat replied, “Oh, I’ve never been so happy in my life! My pillow is so fluffy, and those little meals-on-wheels you’ve been sending over here are delicious!”

  5. I don’t know the Frank Sinatra Disko Stu joke, but I heard one about a guy named Sam Frank who died. Marty, his best friend, died a few weeks later, and asked about Sam at the pearly gates. Alas, Sam Frank had not been good enough. Marty wasn’t sure he wanted to be in Heaven without Sam Frank. So the angel (or St. Peter, or whoever it is at the gate) said, “We offer you the opportunity to go down and visit Hell to see if you would prefer it, but we have some strict rules. 1. You must be back by midnight tonight; otherwise you will be in Hell forever. 2. The supply shop closes at 5 p.m., so go pick up your wings, harp, halo and robe now and bring them with you.”

    So Marty got all his stuff and took it down to Hell and asked to see Sam Frank. It turned out that Sam had become quite successful opening a dance club. Marty went to the club and there was Sam! They had a great time drinking and talking about old times, but as it got late Sam said, “Marty, you’re my best friend and everything but I really have to tell you this. Hell sucks, and it’s forever. If I’d known I would have done anything to avoid it. Go back to heaven. At least one of us will be happy.”

    So Marty reluctantly took leave of Sam and picked up his wings and robe and halo and made it back to the gate a few minutes before midnight.

    “Haven’t you forgotten something?” said the angel.

    “Oh no!” said Martin. “I left my harp in Sam Frank’s disco!”

  6. MiB – in the Simpsons episode I’m Goin’ to Praiseland, recurring character Disco Stu, while high on gas leaking from under the theme park in question, has a vision of going to heaven.

    He’s escorted in ahead of John Travolta, and dances to Get Dancin’ by Disco-Tex and the Sex-O-Lettes. After a few seconds he notices he’s dancing next to Sinatra.

    ‘Frank Sinatra!?’

    ‘For me, this is hell, ya dig, pally?’

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