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Dr. Wonder’s Workshop (Season 1, Episode 10)

Theme: Keep Your Promises
Story: Dr. Wonder promised to take his daughter to an afternoon baseball game. But Billy accidentally spills hot coffee on Lisa’s back, and Dr. Wonder has to take her to the emergency room. When his daughter arrives at the lab, he is not there. She is upset that he broke his promise. On the way back home, she stops by the Finger Food Café and has a talk with Carlo. He helps her understand that sometimes things happen that we can’t control and promises must be delayed. Soon Dr. Wonder shows up. He has adjusted his schedule so he can take his daughter to the game the following day. They head home together.

Dr. Wonder’s Workshop (Season 1, Episode 9)

Theme: Let Your Light Shine
Story: There is a terrible thunderstorm and all the lights go out in the lab. While Lisa and Dr. Wonder go to try to repair the problem, Billy decides he can make his way around the lab in the dark. So Paula turns off her flashlight and lets Billy grope around in the dark. He trips over things and breaks things. When Dr. Wonder returns, he sees what a mess the lab is in. He helps Paula learn that if we don’t let our light shine, people will just stumble around in the dark. And Billy learns to trust the light, not himself. We can fail. God will not.

Dr. Wonder’s Workshop (Season 1, Episode 8)

Theme: Always Be Honest
Story: Paula has a problem. Every time she turns on the water at the sink in her lab, it sprays her in the face. She asks around to find someone to fix the plumbing. Billy claims he can do it. But his solution is silly and doesn’t work. It’s obvious he knows nothing about plumbing, but lied about it because he wanted to impress everyone. The whole staff teaches Billy that lying destroys trust. Pops finally comes to the rescue to fix the sink, and Billy promises to be honest all the time.

Dr. Wonder’s Workshop (Season 1, Episode 7)

Theme: Obedience Is Important
Story: Pops and Dr. Wonder are working on a surprise — a new soft drink for the Finger Food Café. Dr. Wonder tells the staff not to go into his office until the project is finished. But one night Lisa goes into his office to straighten it up. She is so thirsty she drinks a green liquid sitting in a beaker on his desk. Her skin turns a bright green! Then Billy comes in and also drinks the liquid. When Dr. Wonder arrives, he sees the two green employees. Pops whips up an antidote and all is well, but they have learned a lesson about obedience!

Dr. Wonder’s Workshop (Season 1, Episode 6)

Theme: Care For Others
Story: One of Dr. Wonder’s old friends is a magician. Dr. Wonder invites him to perform his act for the staff just before he leaves on a trip. The magician cannot take his pet rabbit with him, so he asks the staff to take care of the rabbit while he is away. But moments after he leaves for the airport, the rabbit has vanished. The whole staff looks and looks for the rabbit. Finally, they find him! He is in the arms of Pops at Dr. Wonder’s desk. They are all relieved, and they realize it’s very important to take good care of one another — yes, even rabbits!

Dr. Wonder’s Workshop (Season 1, Episode 5)

Theme: Don’t Hold On To Anger
Story: Billy is working on a project and it blows up over and over again. Finally, in disgust he loses his temper and smashes several things. Dr. Wonder teaches Billy about anger and helps him to understand how to channel his anger in positive ways. Billy learns how to control his anger and make it work for him, not against him.

Dr. Wonder’s Workshop (Season 1, Episode 4)

Theme: Sharing Can Be Fun
Story: Dr. Wonder presents a new piece of equipment for the lab – a video camera. He explains that the equipment is very expensive and the lab can’t afford for each person to have one, so they will all need to share this one. But Billy wants to use it all the time. This causes a problem in the lab, and Dr. Wonder has to resolve the issue by teaching Billy how important it is to share.

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