Good Omens has been taken to a while new level!
After a friend told her the name “Aziraphale” sounds like an anti-depressant, Allegra Rosenburg used a free afternoon, and her film school expertise, to create something very special indeed.
“My friend who doesn’t watch good omens was like “every time you tweet the name Aziraphale I think it’s the name of a new antidepressant” and I was like YOU KNOW WHAT MAYBE IT IS and spent all morning making this. Thanks bye.”
The Good Omens parody went quickly viral after the author of the original book, Neil Gaiman, and the actor who played Aziraphale himself- Michael Sheen! To date it has almost 6K retweets and 16K likes on Twitter, and almost 4K views on YouTube.
Watch until the very end to see the terrible side effects you can get from taking Aziraphale!