Here Am I
Whit tells a story in which Connie is dreaming. In her dream, Connie tries out Whit's new interactive Kids' Radio and experiences an encounter with the problems of having a secular worldview. Can she convince others that truth is not what what we make it to be?
Next thing she knows, she's in the new interactive Kids' Radio: on a game show with a cartoon bear and a senator, interviewing Adam, Eve, Satan, and playing detective to find a missing truth. Connie then finds herself in the control of Satan, though Whit quickly rescues her by defeating Satan's henchman, then he escorts her to a room where she relives her original dream. She wakes up to the sound of her alarm clock.
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|Connie Kendall||Katie Leigh|
|John Whittaker||Paul Herlinger|
|Mr. Meister||D.L. Young|
|Reverend Riven||Will Ryan|
|Senator (Kenny Theodore)||Keith Ferguson|
|Showhost (Alex Betray)||Will Ryan|
- Though we don't know for sure, the character of Senator Kenny Theodore "from the beautiful state of Massa-nothin" bears striking similarities to the real life Senator Edward "Ted" Kennedy from the state of Massachusets.
QuotesConnie Kendall: I was sitting at my desk with my partner Leo, but we called him Lenny for short. Lenny had a mind like a steel trap, and he wasn't afraid to use it.
Lenny: Hey, Con? Does 'prestidigitation' have one C or two?
Mr. Meister: This was at the philosophy club meeting.
Connie Kendall: Philosophy, are you one of those academic nuts?
Lenny: Oh, I love those on Hawaiian salads!
Librarian: You could say he's an open-minded man.
Connie Kendall: Isn't that just another way of saying he's empty-headed?
Mr. Meister: I lost my truth, and I want it back.
Lenny: Why don't you go to a dentist?
Mr. Meister: My truth, not my tooth!
Connie Kendall: Here am I, Lord! Send me! Send me!!!
Senator (Kenny Theodore): The bear's gonna vomit. I'll be in my dressing room.
Connie Kendall: Woah! That was weird. I gotta watch what I eat before bed time