B-TV: Compassion

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#345: “B-TV: Compassion”
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Galatians 5:14
14The entire law is summed up in a single command: "Love your neighbor as yourself."

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B-TV: Compassion
“B-TV: Compassion” is episode #345 of the Adventures in Odyssey audio series. It was written and directed by Phil Lollar, and originally aired on February 10, 1996.

Summary

Bernard Walton, Eugene, and the B-TV crew talk about compassion with the help of Marty the shoemaker.

Plot

It’s another episode of “B-TV!” The topic this time is compassion. The sketches include the story of a poor shoemaker named Marty who wants to see Jesus; a game show called “Who’s Got Compassion?” where contestants pit their knowledge against one another to answer the question, “Who’s got compassion?”; and a blind man named Bartimaeus who was in dreadful need of some compassion, and received it from a Savior named Jesus.

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Discussion Questions

  1. What is compassion?
  2. Why is it important that we have compassion for others?
  3. Name some ways that Jesus has shown you compassion.

Cast

Role Voice Actor
Bartimaeus Steve Bridges
Bernard Walton Dave Madden
Boy Kyle Ellison
B-TV Announcer Corey Burton
B-TV Story Announcer Will Ryan
Courtney Vincent Sara Buskirk
Dale Martwinkle Steve Bridges
Dan Purdue Corey Burton
King David Will Ryan
Eugene Meltsner Will Ryan
Israelite #1 Phil Lollar
Israelite #2 Steve Bridges
Jesus Christ Corey Burton
Marty Corey Burton
Old Woman Pamela Hayden
Sam Johnson Kyle Ellison
Steven Will Ryan
William Shakespeare Corey Burton
Young Woman Shari Belgeau


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Eugene Meltsner: I have it now. I'm all prepared. Compassion is a sympathetic consciousness of others distress together with a desire to alleviate it.
Bernard Walton: Meaning?
Eugene Meltsner: Feeling sorry for someone.

William Shakespeare: Wilt thou plucketh out mine beard and blow it in mine face? I resenteth thou thine insinuation, poppinjay!

Sam Johnson: Did you know that one meaning of the Greek words for compassion is to be moved down to the pit of your stomach? Sort of like having a gut feeling.