Season 2 – Episode 1 – Grave Concern

Synopsis: Baber and Yasir decide to set up a Muslim cemetary but this does not go over well with some in the local community.

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30 responses to “Season 2 – Episode 1 – Grave Concern

  1. Sara

    Yaay ! Thank you so much ! I’m so excited for the new season. I’ve been waiting anxiously.

  2. I found this from a link on the LMOTP website & I’m so pleased! I’m just keeping my fingers crossed now that the YouTube segments won’t be blocked by my ISP!

  3. Jesse

    Thank you, Thank you, Thank you !

  4. CMG

    i love this show!!! thanks for putting it up!

  5. Aneta

    I was waiting for the second season anxiously but… it seems less amusing or… I had bad day today?

  6. RandomDudette

    So they’re still touting this as “Muslim” comedy, huh? What’s up with Rayyan and Ammar being so friendly with each other? Sitting next to each other, chatting away… NOT the way good Muslims behave.
    I just hope we don’t have another disaster episode like the one last season where Sara starts “praying”. That one really, really pissed me off because it was so RIDICULOUS.

  7. Thanks for posting the shows! I live in the U.S., so I don’t get to see them on TV!

  8. Lucy

    I’m just so glad I’m not a Muslim!! Christianity is a way better religion! Praise Jesus!

  9. Lucy

    Islam is so backward and this show just really supports that. Women should not have to hide themselves under sheets. And they should be able to date/marry or be any religion they want. Not to mention the double standards in Muslim countries where there is no freedom of religion. And non-Muslims have to wear veils or burkas. At least we in Western countries give people choices. So stop crying about being mistreated in the West. Why not be fairer in Muslim lands first to non-Muslims. Muslims are treated way better here than non-Muslims are treated there.

    No one is going out threatening to kill people over cartoons except Muslims. That convinced me that I wanted nothing to do with Islam and this show is so biased against Christians it’s sad.

    I’m not sheadding too many tears over the poor Muslim woman who gets an odd look if she wears a veil here. At least she has a choice of what she wears. If I went over to Muslim countries I’d be killed if I didn’t wear a veil or was seen practicing my religion. Again all this misplaced sympathy for such a trivial issue is really sad and ridiculous.

  10. Lucy

    Hopefully this show will go off the air soon! Instead bring Little House on the Praire back…a much better show.

  11. Lucy

    Or as a final episode all the Muslims convert and become Christians…now that would be cool!

  12. Farah


    Just… get a life.

    Anyway, I’m enjoying the show. I love how it shows different types of muslims. Not everyone is as strict as Babar and Fatima, like some westerns think. In my life in Saudi Arabia, I’ve seen many Rayyans and Laylahs. As well as Yasiers, sadly. Yasier is the example of a weak muslim who follows desires more than his faith, and there are a lot of those in Saudi Arabia.

  13. Everyone, give lucy a hug, she has issues and could really use our support, LOL.

  14. Wow. As a Christian, part of me reeeeally hopes all those ‘interesting’ comments up there coming from ‘Christians’ were meant as jokes…. oof. However, religions aren’t made to please everyone…nor are TV shows, I suppose.

    Getting back on topic of the show… I’m so excited for the new season!! I’ve been missing it on TV thanks to work, but I’m stoked to have found this site, and have been passing it on to everyone; I even got my priest hooked on the show =P

    Whether or not people agree with Islam or Christianity, are annoyed (for various reasons by things on the show, views, etc and so forth), I would hope this would at the least get people to get some inter-faith dialogue going (and yes, there’s more to inter-faith activities than baked goods).

    Thanks for posting the show!

  15. Scott

    It seems like Muslims are so focused upon death. Sure that is where we are all going in the end but it seems like Muslims are obsessed by it.

    Also it was really offensive the way they came in to the bar and told the people there that they had to stop drinking. They want to change Mercy into their own personal Mercistan.

  16. Farah

    Muslims believe in the after life. They don’t see life as worthy as non-Muslims do. They don’t care about living every minute of it, because they believe that the after life is much more worthy, because it’s immortal and final. This life is not.

  17. Scott

    Yeah, but they are so focused on death that they miss out on life.

  18. Farah

    Because life doesn’t matter. Life is their test to win the after life. The after life is the real life.

  19. No, we don’t miss out on life. We enjoy it, we thank God for the blessings He’s given us, and we try to utilize them in the best way possible (by doing things that are good only, not things that are sinful and have negative consequences).
    Muslims DO have fun, it’s just not crazy and weird and wild.

  20. Anna

    Lucy, you sound like you have personal issues with Muslims, get a life and stop trying to twist Islam with your demented misconceptions…noone cares.

    Scott, if you dont like Islam or Muslims, why are you watching the show and commenting?? Muslims dont drink cuz they dont wanna act like fools the way drunks here in the West do, however that doesnt give them the right to go into a bar and start telling non-Muslims what to do. “Mercistan”??? Someone is having a fit of Islamiphobia…

  21. Farah

    Sure, Muslims have lots of fun. Just not by drinking and going out on a date. There are other ways to have fun, anyway.

  22. asiila

    as salaam alaikum!




  23. Lucy You are an Idiot dont come back on this website ever again.


  24. syed

    as-salam-walaikum everyone.
    i love this show. but i must say that we muslims are very rigid people. islam is the best religion to follow but sadly we are not the best followers. i love my religion but i hate to see the way muslims act and behave. for example some of the comments made on this site towards lucy. she is entitled to her opinion and have a right to freedom of speech. how many of YOU GOOD MUSLIMS(!!!) would actually wanna sit and do an inter-faith dialougue with her???? as muslims we all know when the end of days will come. when there wont be any true followers of islam on this earth. and i can see the signs of it.

  25. syed

    do you really think that us muslims should not date??? well i donno how a date is defined but im all up for it. just as long as i’m not doing anything in-appropriate. my religion shouldnt make me feel alienated. scott….agree with you. we muslims stay sooo focud on the after-life that in the process we miss out on life here mostly. but hear me say…if one is a good muslim…thy will not miss out on either.

  26. Steve

    There is a difference between dating and courting. At one time in Canadian history (a hundred years or so) young people did not date. They courted and I wonder if society was much better for that.

    I like that the storyline between Rayyan and J.J. is introducing the concept of courting back into a society that have forgotten even what courting is.

  27. Steve

    Regarding Lucy, I wish that Muslims would get more upset and threaten violence upon those who would attack and degrade the figure of Jesus Christ.

    After all, sure when people do that they are attacking the Christian religion but they are also attacking Islam.

    For Islam sees Jesus as one of the great prophets. At least that is my understanding. He is called Isa in Arabic (peace be upon him). So when some guy puts a Crucifix in a cup of urine sure that is a direct attack against Christianity, but isn’t it blasphemy in the eyes of Islam too. If not, then I guess I don’t understand the position that Isa (Jesus) PBUH holds in Islam and I would appreciate someone explaining it to me.

    Sure Christians should meet blasphemy with threats and acts of violence but unfortunately we have been watered down. But perhaps Islam could take up the slack.

    Here is a movie about how Islam views Jesus (PBUH).

    Here are a list of blasphemies against Isa (PBUH) (unfortunately not a complete list).

    Piss Christ is a controversial photograph by American photographer Andres Serrano. It depicts a small plastic crucifix submerged in a glass of the artist’s urine. The piece was a winner of the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art’s “Awards in the Visual Arts” competition,[which is sponsored in part by the National Endowment for the Arts, a United States Government agency that offers support and funding for artistic projects.

    Chris Ofili one of his paintings, The Holy Virgin Mary, a depicted a black African Mary surrounded by images from blaxploitation movies and close-ups of female genitalia cut from pornographic magazines, and elephant dung. Isn’t Mary more revered than even Jesus in Islam?

    In 2006 a University of Oregon student newspaper the Insurgent, published hand written drawings of Isa (PBUH) having an erection and engaging in homosexual behavior.

    Again, while I realize Christians themselves should be engaged in violence against such people, we don’t do that anymore. But since Jesus (PBUH) is a respected figure in Islam Muslims should be just as offended and quite honestly when they protest people are afraid of them so they will be more effective than Christians would be. No one seems afraid of Christians anymore in American society.

  28. Phil

    I doubt any of you have ever seen the HBO series True Blood and I have a hard time recommending it due to the nudity and bad language that is often in the show.

    BUT, the premise sure reminds me of what we are facing with the Muslims.

    The premise is that Vampires have come out of the Coffin so to speak. They say we have nothing to fear about them and that they aren’t going to kill humans anymore. Instead they are going to drink this ”Tru Blood”, a synthetic blood designed to satiate the thirst of vampires.

    Now you see the discussions being played out on television. And there is always this woman vampire spokesperson that is on all the Cable talk shows spreading the Vampire line (CAIR anyone).

    BUT, when you get to what happens in the show itself it’s made abundantly clear that vampires who “mainstream” by drinking Tru Blood are looked down on by other vampires for not doing what they’re supposed to do and feed on living people.

    So when you are listening to this Vampire lady on television you just know she is lying. Sure there’s good vampires out there like Bill but they are in the minority. Most of them do indeed want to drink your blood. It is in their nature.

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