God makes his first appearance in "Homer the Heretic", when Homer falls asleep suddenly and has a dream in which he personally appears to him. God is very angry at Homer for "forsaking his church." Homer points out that he's not a bad guy, as he works hard and loves his children, and questions why he should spend half his Sunday hearing about how he's going to hell. After a brief chat about football, Homer explains that what bugs him most about church is the sermons, where God couldn't agree more. He mentions that Reverend Lovejoy really displeases him and that He'll give him a canker sore. In the end, God agrees with Homer's point and agrees to let Homer worship in his own way.
In "Mr. Plow", after Homer reconciles with Barney and decide to join forces with him as partners in their respective plowing businesses, Homer mentions, "When two best friends work together, not even God Himself can stop them." God then replies, "Oh, no?" He causes the sun to suddenly appear, which melts away all the snow, and puts the both of them out of business.
In "Pray Anything", after Homer sues the church, he receives the deed to it as part of his award, and turns it into a sleazy hangout place, where all Ten Commandments are broken; the town begins to flood. As the flood starts to rise, Reverend Lovejoy returns in a helicopter and leads everyone in prayer, asking God to forgive them for letting themselves be led by a "demon in blue pants." 
In "Thank God It's Doomsday", after Homer arrives in Heaven, and sees Marge and his children being tormented by the Devil, he has a talk with God about saving his family. When God refuses to help, due to Jesus' suffering on Earth, Homer becomes angry and runs around vandalizing Heaven in an attempt to change God's mind. God finally agrees to undo the Rapture by turning back time, and restores Moe's Tavern.
A man walks up to a woman and asks, "Would you sleep with me for $1,000,000?" She quickly replies, "Yes." So then he asks, "Would you sleep with me for $20?" Astounded by the question she says, "Of course not. What kind of woman do you think I am?" He says, "Well we've already determined that. Now I'm just working on the price."
Even if it's not common to fail to recall details of traumatic events, which it is, I think you have to give Brian Williams a break - that guy has seen more crazy stuff in his career than just about anyone in America. It's not tragic that he was in the helicopter behind the one that took RPG fire or saw a dead Katrina victim floating in water rather than lying in a gutter. The real tragedy is that we were bullshitted into a dumb war with lies about future nuclear attacks on the US and that the White House thought they did a heck-of-a-job when a major US city was wiped out by a storm.
Four U.S. presidents are caught in a tornado that hits a state funeral they're all attending and are whirled off to Oz. They finally make it to the Emerald City and come before the Great Wizard.
"What brings you before the great Wizard of Oz?"
Jimmy Carter steps forward timidly: "I've come for some courage." "No problem!" says the Wizard. "Who is next?"
Ronald Reagan steps forward, "Well…I…I think I need a heart." "Done," says the Wizard. "Who comes next before the great and powerful Oz?"
Up steps George W. Bush, who says, "I'm told by the American people that I need a brain." "Not a problem!" says the Wizard. "Consider it done." There is a great silence in the hall.
Bill Clinton is just standing there, looking around, but doesn't say a word. Irritated, the Wizard finally asks, "What do you want?" "Ummm," he says quietly, "is Dorothy around?"