(Out of 10 cones):
I never much liked this
episode. Well actually the entire Fall 1999 and Spring 2000 seasons weren't really worth
hearing for that matter. Those fifteen minute stories just never came across to me as
being interesting for some reason. You can't really develop much of a plot in fifteen
I think that this
episode was actually a waste of time making. You know, it struck me as being an episode
that a wee little kid would enjoy listening to, not an AIO fan.
Bethany has a great
imagination, but no matter how hard Adventures in Odyssey will try, nothing will ever beat
the imagination of Laurence Hodges. Bethany's little missions seem to have absolutely no
point whatsoever. It's way too fast-paced for any AIO fan. No one can really tell what is
going on in the story, and the believability of it is just proposterous. If there's one
thing you don't want to do in an AIO episode, it's make it too unbelievable. The whole
series would end up out of whack.
What made it all bad
was how it's only 15 minutes long and there's really no point to the story. I mean, what
if kids start believing that the Noah's Ark story is "Bethany's Flood?" AIO made
a blunder, in my opinion.
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