No Stupid Questions

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#16: “No Stupid Questions”
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Proverbs 18:15
15The heart of the discerning acquires knowledge; the ears of the wise seek it out.
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No Stupid Questions
“No Stupid Questions” is episode #16 of the Adventures in Odyssey audio series. It was written by Susan McBride, and originally aired on March 5, 1988.

Summary

Chris Gottlieb, a man in a wheelchair, and Meg Stevens, a girl with a lot of questions, form an odd friendship when they help each other out.

Plot

Meg Stevens and her mother, Carol, a new beautician in town, have a problem: Carol is divorced and there is no place for Meg to go after school except to the beauty shop. Meg is an inquisitive little girl, and unfortunately, she's beginning to get into the clienteles' hair! Whit learns of Meg's situation and realizes who might be just the right mentor for her. Whit makes a call to the Odyssey Public Library and tells Chris Gottlieb to expect Meg Stevens - she has some questions no one but Chris can answer. Chris is surprised when the inquisitive one turns out to be a 10-year-old girl. But a surprise also awaits Meg - Chris is in a wheelchair. There are a few moments of uncomfortable conversation. Soon, though, the two become fast friends and end up filling an important gap in each others lives.

Discussion Questions

  1. Whit told Meg, "There are no stupid questions." What did he mean by that?
  2. Why was Chris so angry about everything?
  3. What's the best way to treat someone who has a handicap?

Cast

Role Voice Actor
Carol Stevens Flo Di Re
Chris Gottlieb Unknown
John Whittaker Hal Smith
Meg Stevens Sue Blue
Librarian (b) Flo Di Re

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Chris Gottlieb: There are no stupid questions.

Chris Gottlieb: Well pardon me, I stand corrected.
Meg Stevens: There are no stupid questions.
Chris Gottlieb: Pardon me again, I sit corrected.

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