Zach and Annie are building a go-cart out of scraps from a friend's junkyard, but don't strike gold with every piece they find right away, and are ready to blame Jake Jeeters when he kicks them out after they yell at him. Plato hears their complaints and points out that manners are important in life, just as they are in the story "Please", the results for using and not using them are different by reading "Diamonds and Toads", and everyone and everything deserves respect as shown in the Italian story "The Bell of Atri". Written by
Did You Know?
The only time a theme that was not used for a chapter from William J. Bennett
's "The Book of Virtues" was used in the first season. Faith and Perseverance were not used until the second. See more
Look who's callin' the canary yellow.
Sock, that's "pot calling the kettle black."
A Little Respect
Composed by J.A.C. Redford
and 'Marcus Hummon
Performed by Steve Lively
, Bobbi Page
, and J.A.C. Redford See more