Zach is excited that a college football player who is his role model will attend his school pep rally, so volunteers to help out in order to meet him. But he doesn't think cleaning up for the assembly is worth it, and is prepared to go back on his word. Meanwhile, Sock is reluctant to help Ari find his misplaced glasses as promised because of his fear of tunnels. Plato explains that character is shown by letting actions compare to words as shown in "The Bear and the Travellers", where a badger learned of his companion's nature in a bad time, and in "The Knights of the Silver Shield" where one was rewarded based on his choices on how to see his job completed.
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"The Knights of the Silver Shield" is not from the collection in William J. Bennett
's "The Book of Virtues" but its sequel "Moral Compass". See more
[looks inside the paper bag Annie returned to him after he gave it to her to make sure Sock wouldn't get into it
Hey - where's my lunch?
Well, I was *awfully* hungry, and it was only a *sandwich*, and I knew you wouldn't starve.
Oh, yaah? Tell it to my stomach! Besides, that's *not* the point! I *counted* on you!
Yeah, I know. Which is why I didn't *eat* it.
[takes out his bag with the sandwich in it from behind her back
Even though it's "no big deal"?
[taking and unwrapping it
OK, OK, I guess ...
Performed by Steve Lively
Composed by Stu Goldberg
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