Isaac the Chivalrous

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#184: “Isaac the Chivalrous”
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Isaac the Chivalrous
“Isaac the Chivalrous” is episode #184 of the Adventures in Odyssey audio series. It was written and directed by Phil Lollar, and originally aired on February 29, 1992.

Summary

When Isaac Morton steps out of the Imagination Station, Sir William of Marshall follows him! Isaac shows the knight around town, while Whit and Eugene try to figure out how to send Sir William back.

Plot

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It all started at Whit’s End. Isaac Morton wants to know about the meaning of chivalry. So Whit sends Isaac back in the Imagination Station to the time of knights and maidens. Isaac becomes the squire to Sir William of Marshall and helps him defeat the Black Knight. But when the adventure ends, Isaac exits the Imagination Station and informs Whit that he’s rather disappointed. He didn’t learn much about chivalry. Whit asks Isaac to write down how the program could be improved, and the first thing Isaac writes is “spend more time with Sir William of Marshall.”

Suddenly, the door to the Imagination Station opens, and out steps Sir William! Being a typical thirteenth-century knight, Sir William instantly believes that witchcraft has brought him to the twentieth century. Isaac explains that it isn’t witchcraft, but Whit-craft that’s responsible. He takes the knight to Whit and Eugene. The only explanation they can come up with is that some sort of quirk must have occurred in the Station’s programming.

Sir William has some difficulty understanding modern-day Odyssey. When he has an unfortunate run-in with Connie’s portable radio, Whit suggests that Isaac take the knight around town to get him used to things in our time. Meanwhile, Whit and Eugene will figure out a way to get the knight back to his time. Sir William and Isaac have many comical misunderstandings on the streets of Odyssey. After visiting a local church and running into Rodney Rathbone, Isaac learns the real meaning of chivalry: “Though He slay me, yet I will hope in Him” (Job 13:15).

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Discussion Questions

  1. What is chivalry?
    • Why is it important?
  2. Sir William didn’t know what a radio, a car, or ice cream was. Name some other items that weren’t available in the thirteenth century.
  3. What do you think Job 13:15 means?
    • How can you apply it to your life?

Cast

Role Voice Actor
Isaac Morton Justin Morgan
Sir William Kenneth Mars
John Whittaker Hal Smith
Eugene Meltsner Will Ryan
Rodney Rathbone Steve Burns
George Barclay Chuck Bolte
King Chuck Bolte


Notes

  • This episode is the first time where a character from the Imagination Station actually walks out of the Imagination Station.
  • Rodney Rathbone says he is 15 but in Isaac the Courageous, which was aired earlier, Lucy says that he is 16.
  • At the beginning of the episode we hear the last sentence of a story by a student. It sounds very much like Goldilocks.

Quotes

Sir William: Come, Squire, let’s be off!
Isaac Morton: I think I already am.

Isaac Morton: That box didn't contain any souls, it was a radio!

John Whittaker: I'll be right with you, I-yie-yie-yie-yie-yie!!!