Good Omens was beautifully done. I've long had mixed feelings about TV adapatations of Pratchett's work (in this case, Pratchett's collaborative work with Neil Gaiman) because the joy of his stuff was always how he used language, and that never crossedcto other media so well. This, however, was a triumph. Great casting (though part of me would have loved to have seen Tennant and Sheen cast the other way around as it would have been interesting seeing them play against type, but that's a small point). Sheen's Azrael bore distinct echoes of his Tony Blair, which amused me. Have to admit, as a mere Methodist, I do struggle to see how anyone could reasonably take offence, I found it's theology fairly sound, lovely, gentle humour. But then I like to think God has rather a sense of humour (see not least Moses and where he grew up!) - those who object to such series rarely do. The appearance of Elvis was cute; it's just a shame the punchline for the gag - Death standing at the cafe's quiz machine and saying, in answer to the obvious question, "I don't care what you say, I never laid a hand on him!" - didn't make the script edit. Minor point, though.