Preacher Podcast – Season Two Episode Twelve

Join us as we discuss Preacher season 2 episode 12: On your Knees.

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Articles of Faith – The crew’s top three takeaways from the episode

Dee – Cassidy and Herr Starr Conversion, Jesse and Herr Starr, Saint of Killers Background

Steven – Cassidy and Jesse’s Muffled Conversation, Eugene’s Hell, Long Con

Randy – How much the Saintof  Killlers and Jesse have in Common, Hoover, Saint of Killers Choke Slam


Divine Judgment – The crew’s rating of the episode on a scale of 0-5

Dee – 3.7

Steven – 4

Randy – 4


Saint of Thrillers – The best moment of the episode. Only one can be crowned the winner.

Dee – Cassidy Calling Herr Starr Egg

Steven – More Foreskin Talk / Fight Club Debate

Randy – Choke Slam – WINNER



Dee – American Housewife, Atypical

Steven – Unleashed, Fidget Spinners,

Randy – Unleashed, The Sinner, A Monster Calls


Randy’s Wrestling Quiz

9 correct answers and 1 incorrect


Blow off

The final match in a feud.[1] While the involved wrestlers often move onto new feuds, sometimes it is the final match in the promotion for one or more of the wrestlers.[1]

Cheap pop

The incitement of a positive crowd reaction by “kissing up” to the crowd. Heels often follow the same principle, but in reverse to get booed (see “Cheap heat” above).


The amount of bloodshed in a match.[1][11][12]

Crimson mask

A face covered in blood, comparable to a mask.

Dirt sheet

An insider newsletter (or website) in the professional wrestling business. Sometimes written in a negative tone or as a means to “get dirt”. Not to be confused with traditional news.[14]


The planned end of a match.[1]


Steroids,[1] or stamina (as in “out of gas“).

Glorified jobber

A jobber who defeats “pure jobbers” as well as mid-card wrestlers in matches, but consistently loses to main event level wrestlers.

Nuclear heat

A higher level of heat, when fans are agitated to the point of being legitimately angry or upset.


Helping a less popular wrestler get over by associating them with a more prominent wrestler.[22]