Shake, Carl and Frylock each express disappointment in the episode.Meatwad optimistically suggests doing another joke in the show's final seconds, before the screen abruptly cuts to a message stating the episode was made in Georgia (which was used throughout the eleventh season and regularly in other productions made in Georgia), ending the series.Shake states that Frylock isn't eligible for his religion or immortality, before leaving the house with Meatwad.Frylock denounces immortality, before cutting to him washing his fries in Carl's pool with a bottle of "Ceaseless" shampoo.Shake turns off the television and announces that he is, in fact, immortal.He then proceeds to pull out a book called "The Bibble" which he refers to as the Bible.Everyone in the church complies but are not successful due to the fact that the three of them being immortal.Two police men enter the church and begin shooting several patrons to death, including Shake.
During Ron's performance he accidentally kills his assistant by cutting her in half.
Meanwhile, Shake and Meatwad are seen in a church alongside eleven other characters from the series, in an homage to The Last Supper.
Shake is dressed up as Jesus Christ and is severing his organs and blood for consumption.
The episode immediately preceding this one, "The Last One Forever and Ever (For Real This Time) (We Fucking Mean It)", was falsely promoted as the series finale and aired on August 23, 2015.
"The Greatest Story Ever Told" was then quietly released online on August 26, 2015 as a hidden Easter egg on the Adult Swim website.