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Baby Daze - Adventures in Odyssey


30 min.


Starring: Will Ryan,Zack Duhame,Katie Leigh
Directed by: Robert Vernon,Steve Stiles
Produced by: Al Janssen,Steve Stiles
Written by: Robert Vernon
When a baby shows up on the doorstep of Whit's End, the places becomes a flurry of splattered food, dirty diapers, and talking sock-puppets! Eugene wants to study the child's behavior in the name of "

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After conducting extensive research, Eugene Meltsner is convinced he has the ability to make a computer which learns and thinks like a human. When an abandoned baby appears on the doorstep of Whit's End in Odyssey, Eugene is delighted to have a subject for further research and decides to keep him for the weekend. He finds caring for the infant, whom he names Buddy, much harder than he expected. Exhausted, Eugene falls asleep and has a nightmare in which his computer creation, Plato, has assimilated the data regarding Buddy and having "come to life," now puts Buddy in danger by sending its robot extension after him for more data. When Eugene awakens, he realizes that Buddy is not merely something to be studied, but a human being made in the image of God and thus very special and is broken-hearted when his new friend has to leave. Whit is working on a secret new invention in the basement of Whit's End. Though he tells Dylan to keep away from it, Dylan and Sal Martinez can't resist taking a peek. While trying to hide from Eugene, they inadvertently turn the contraption on and upon emerging find themselves in the year 2047, with Whit's End in shambles, about to be demolished by its new owner, Fontaine Enterprises. Only Eugene, now a very old man, is left as caretaker. When Eugene shows the boys a videotaped message from Whit, now long gone, which shows them how worried everyone was about their disappearance, they decide that they must right the wrongs set in motion by their disobedience. The boys learn that all of our actions have consequences and that it is best to obey, even when we don't understand.

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  • Comment Link Sunday, 17 February 2013 01:15 posted by Joshua

    Another hillarious episode from the studios of Focus on the Family!

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