B-TV: Thanks

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#383: “B-TV: Thanks”
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31: Days to Remember ↓
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Ephesians 5:20
20always giving thanks to God the Father for everything, in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ.
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B-TV: Thanks
“B-TV: Thanks” is episode #383 of the Adventures in Odyssey audio series. It was written by Phil Lollar, and originally aired on November 22, 1997.

Summary[edit]

Another episode of B-TV hits the air when 10 lepers, a king named David, and Harlow The Stonecutter discover the real meaning of being thankful.

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B-TV is broadcasting live from Greenblatt's Thanksgiving Day Parade, where Bernard is asking people what Thanksgiving means to them. Eugene Meltsner, Connie Kendall, and the other B-TV players illustrate the meaning of Thanksgiving with fun facts and sketches and the I'm Glad I'm Me song, including Bible stories about King David and Daniel in the lion's den.

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Cast[edit]

Role Voice Actor
Andrew Johnson Will Ryan
Benjamin Will Ryan
Bernard Walton Dave Madden
Bullwinkle Corey Burton
Connie Kendall Katie Leigh
Daniel Bill Farmer
King Darius Phil Lollar
King David Will Ryan
Dwayne Oswald Kris Kachurak
Eugene Meltsner Will Ryan
Fairy Katie Leigh
Harlow Doyle Will Ryan
Jesus Christ Corey Burton
Queen Michal Katie Leigh
Sarah Prachett Scarlett Pomers

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  • King Darius makes a reference to The Wizard of Oz by saying, "lion, tigers and bears, oh my!"

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