Bobby is losing all his friends. The reason?: in his new role as safety monitor at school, he has to snitch on his friends if they break the rules. He didn't even want the job, but since no one volunteered, the teacher chose him. As such, his parents convince him that he should be the best safety monitor that he can be. So he decides to report every single violation he sees, big or small, and even if it involves a family member. In that vein, Bobby self-appoints himself as safety monitor at home, writing a report to his parents on every rule broken around the house, even if the offender has a good reason for breaking the rule. This act extends the bad feelings toward Bobby from his siblings as well. Bobby learns the hard way that there are good reasons for the breaking the rules. Meanwhile, Mike buys a small run down sailboat that he figures just needs some tender love care to make seaworthy.- Written by Huggo
Bobby learns there's more to being safety monitor than enforcing the rules when he takes on the responsibility at school. In the process of annoying classmates and angering his siblings (because he carries over his "authority" at home), Bobby learns a hard lesson about power, discretion and responsibility ... especially when he winds up having to save a classmate's kitten from a dilapidated house.- Written by Brian Rathjen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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