Connie and Jason present a new Kids' Radio show with an intriguing question: what would television would be like in Fairy Tale Land? "Get ready for a totally different and fun experience as we enjoy our favorite fairy tales in the form of our favorite T.V. shows."
The story of Miss Muffett and the Old Lady in the Shoe are just a few of the many mentioned. The Boy Who Cried Wolf appears. Gretel tries to help her brother Hansel who has become addicted to eating anything made of candy!
Fairy tales teach important morals that tell us each about a sin we might have to deal with such as lying, laziness, stealing and many other sins that may not seem all that bad at first but can affect so much more than we know.
Connie concludes the Radio show with these words: “Next time you're tempted to sin, remember, it not only costs you, it can cost a lot of other people, too.”
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- Have you tried Jason's suggestion? Try watching a TV program while reading the 10 commandments. How many of them were broken?
- The "Fairy Tale Emergency Management Agency" from this episode is likely a parody of the United States Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).
QuotesBig Bad Wolf: I'm gonna huff, and puff, and... mess up your hair!
News Anchor: ...That's my toupee!!!
Rock Phillips: You're saying Hansel's addicted to buildings made out of candy?
Gretel: Oh! Not just buildings! Pretty much anything made out of candy! Mailboxes, birdhouses... toaster ovens!
Little Miss Muffett: What's for dinner?
Little Miss Muffett's Mother: Curds.
Little Miss Muffett: No way!