The third episode of 'Rev' found Adam Smallbone engaging in a spot of networking at Alex's office do, and bizarrely recruiting Dexter Fletcher, in the guise of a Turner Prize-winning artist, to do a piece for St Saviours.
The good news was, he was offering to cough up the £60,000 needed to fill the church's emergency coffers. The bad news, he was a punk shocker of an artist, and nobody could quite predict what was going to turn up.
The quality of 'Rev' is such that even the bizarre hardly-acting performance of Dex Flex was able to be accommodated, somewhere between the Archdeacon reenacting his taxicab midwifery, and the vicar being sorely led into temptation by a muck-covered schoolteacher, before a full-on faith-fuelled meltdown in the face of the 'art'.
None of which was quite as horrifying as the idea of Colin offering himself up as a model for life drawing classes. 'Rev's deceptively effortless combination of faith and frolics continues.