By Lanford Beard
February 10, 2012 at 06:40 PM EST
Arrested Development: Fox

He’s baaaaaaack. After haranguing Saturday Night Live for their Tim Tebow lampoon, Pat Robertson has joined the anti-Twilight bandwagon. The 81-year-old aspiring hipster and fundamentalist minister deemed Stephenie Meyer’s sparklevamp franchise “evil” in a recent segment on his TV show, the 700 Club.

Responding a a viewer question about whether the series promotes witchcraft, Robertson recounted a story of demon possession told to him by a friend. According to Robertson, the demon in question “had permission” to possess a young girl because she had been enticed by the timeless love story of Edward Cullen and Bella Swan. “It opened the door to demonic power. Yes, I think those vampire movies are evil,” said Robertson. “There are no vampires. The whole thing is demonic.” See more of Robertson’s thoughts on Twilight below.

What do you think, PopWatchers? Is Twilight indeed evil? Have you ever felt the urge to cry out, “Wheeeeeeee!” while watching any of teen fiction’s most compelling (and ab-tastic) love triangle? Don’t try to lie, either, because Edward will read your mind. Hey! Maybe Robertson does have a point…

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