B-TV explores the topic of obedience with sketches about the biblical characters Gideon, Naaman, and Moses.
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- Why do you think Gideon obeyed God's advice?
- What was the outcome of Gideon's battle?
- Why didn't Naaman want to follow Elijah's advice on healing his leaprosy?
- The Ten Commandments tell us to obey God. Who else do they tell us to obey?
Heard in episode
- This has been the only AIO episode (so far) written with the "team approach" where different parts of the show were assigned to different writers. (And, of course, it has twice as many writers listed in the credits as any other show.) It also used a short from the past season.
- This is the only episode that contains a "Candid Conversations With Connie" that's not on Kids Radio.
- This was the last episode to feature any involvement (writing, directing or acting) from Phil Lollar until episodes 9, 11 and 12 of Album #53: The Green Ring Conspiracy.
- This episode has 24 named characters, earning it second place in the ranking of the highest number of characters in a non-retrospective episode (just behind #498: “Exactly as Planned”).
- The "shorty" Ancient World of Sports: Gideon's Pitch is included in this episode.
- "Is that your final answer" is a parody of the Who Wants to Be a Millionaire game show, which was once hosted by Regis Philbin.
- The name of the character "Pat Philgis" in this episode is a reference to Pat Sajak and Regis Philbin.
- Pat Filgis says in this episode that Adam and Eve are from "a long time ago, in a garden far, far away," spoofing the opening card of the Star Wars films.
- See main article: List of Star Wars references
- In the intro, Bernard tries to get Connie to obey and she suggests Bernard get Eugene to do it. Bernard says he couldn't get Eugene to do it either. This was fine when the episode aired but this episode was later placed in Album 39, in which Eugene was still missing in action.
Pat Philgis: ...Adam and Eve, uh, I don't seem to have your last name here.
Pat Philgis: Adam and Eve... Smith.
Pat Philgis: And from not quite as ancient Israel is Jonah—Uh... no last name either?
Jonah: Arrr!... Smith.