I missed this one.I'm a big fan of *SKYGOD*,*SKYPET* dialogue/parody.But Wait! I have an even BETTER plan, regarding Noah's Story.
Since murdering a person pretty much is usurping his free will anyway, here's the New And Improved Noah's Story:
God: "Noah! We Need To Talk."
Noah: "Okay, God, what's this all about, anyway? If it's about last night, I can explain---"
God: "Nevermindaboutthat! I Have Decided. I Am Going To Destroy The World!"
Noah: "Destroy the---wait, what? You just built it only two thousand years ago...!"
God: "Oh, I Know. And It Is Barely Paid For. But People Have Become Evil: I Wish To Start Again."
Noah: <gulp> "Even me, Lord? Have I not slaughtered enough virgin animals?"
God: "Oh, Noah, Noah, Noah: Your Slaughter Is Most Pleasing To Me, So Obviously, You Will Be Spared. But, Nobody Else!"
God: "What about me sons? They helped with the raising and the killing, after all."
God: "Oh, Okay-- Including Your Sons."
Noah: "And the missus? Hard to make more sons without a misses."
God: "True. Okay-- The Missus Too."
Noah: "How about me son's wives? They aren't **that** bad."
God: "Okay-- But No More! I Will Destroy All The Rest--By Drowning."
Noah: "Okay. That's an excellent plan, I'm sure. But won't all the animals drown too? And the plants? What about barley and hopps? You canna make good beer without those. And I have a fresh crop of baby animals I was plannin' on sacrificing to you, Oh Lord-- what about those?"
God: "You Have A Point. So, What To Do, Then? Make Some Sort Of Boat?"
Noah: "Well, a big boat does sound like a really good idea, but how about this: since you're planning on drowing'em anyhow, why not just CHANGE everyone?"
God: <intrigued> "Hmmm. Keep Talking."
Noah: "I know free will is a big thing with you, but drowning someone is pretty much against their free will anyhow, right?"
God: "Right. I Think I See Where You Are Going."
Noah: "I mean, why not just Fix the problem, instead of washing it under the carpet, so to speak? You could simply change all the minds of the adults into good, decent people-- sure, they'd not have free will but so what? This way, they would raise their kids to be good, instead of evil, and you'd not have to drown the babies, too. Then, when the time was right, you simply kill the adults without free will, say from a nice disease or old age or somethin'."
God: "Okay. I Like That Plan. I Had Not Thought About The Drowning Babies. Good."
Noah: "And no mess to clean up for afters, either."
God: "True. Okay-- Let It Be So."
And so it was. And all the world lived Happily Ever After.
Especially when it highlights the absurdity so well.