Your Honest Opinion, Please
After Wooton accidentally gives a negative review of Penny’s artwork, he feels that he must do everything to keep from offending her. This includes allowing her to hang her frightening clown paintings all over the house. Meanwhile, Connie shares a studio with a fellow student who is insensitive to his own distracting habits.
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1. Has anyone ever criticized something you created? How did they do it, and how did that make you feel?
2. Even creative people can be very different from one another. What lessons did Connie and Tim David Michael learn from sharing an art studio together?
3. How can we express our opinions with honesty and sensitivity? Read Luke 6:31 and consider how you would want someone to share their feelings with you.
|Wooton Bassett||Jess Harnell|
|Penny Bassett||Kimmy Robertson|
|Connie Kendall||Katie Leigh|
|Tim David Michael||Jason J. Lewis|
|Jacques Henri||Dan Hagen|
|Great Uncle Hilbert||Bob Hoose|
|Julie Hong||Diane Ingolia|
VERSION DIFFERENCE: [view] Several lines were removed from the broadcast version of this episode, including the first quote below.
Penny Bassett: I need to go do a thing, over there