Prof. Fred Peeper /
Saul (Paul) /
Running Christian #1 /
Man #1 (from Damascus) /
Dining Christian #2 (headband) /
Evil Voice #1 /
Man in Crowd (lavender robe) /
Tough Guy #1 /
Tough Guy #4 /
Christian Friend #1
The Mighty Convert is the final episode of the first season of Superbook.This happens to be the last adventure of Chris and Joy back in time as we get to see them guide Uri and Gizmo in search for their lost dog,Ruffles with Superbook attached to a personal computer in the second season.As for their last trip back in time,we get to see them together with Gizmo meet the apostle,Paul.
The episode starts when our main characters witness Saul was aggressively persecuting the early believers of Jesus Christ,who were popularly known as Christians.Then his conversion takes place when Saul was blinded by a bright light and was guided walking towards Damascus by Jesus.When he regains his sight,he began to change his beliefs and became a disciple.Also,he changed his name into Paul.He went to different places and started preaching about Christ and many became followers.
Then,Superbook takes Chris and Joy back to the present time.The episode of first season ends with happiness as Mrs.Peeper announces that she is pregnant.This makes not only Chris,Joy and Professor Peeper glad but also the viewers of the show.It was definitely the best way to end the season.
As for the episode,we witness how the lesson of change from bad to good which is always a great theme for a Biblical show considering that we are all expected to become the best version of ourselves.
As for the first season,it was definitely both enjoyable and entertaining especially with the many different lessons provided from the Adam and Eve up to the Apostle Paul.And most of all,Chris and Joy together with Gizmo makes every adventure exciting as they themselves were participants in the events of the Old Testament despite that it was little or of no consequence in it.Too bad that in the next season,the characters - Uri and Gizmo - who are going back in time will just be passing by in the events in each episodes as they become more busy looking for the lost dog rather than being part of the stories in the Old Testament.That is why I really prefer this first season as compared to the next one.
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