Davey and Goliath

Episode 104

Halloween Who-Dun-It

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Aired Unknown May 09, 2014 on
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Halloween Who-Dun-It
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It is Halloween and the kids get all dressed up. Afterwards, the baker allows them to have a mischeif night, but they go way too far. Disguised in masks, they realize that they can do anything they want and that no body will know who they are. They go too far breaking windows, property, and vandalizing the neighborhood. They blame their behavior on the characters they are protraying instead of themselves. The next day, Davey wants nothing to do with Goliath because he bit him in the name of being a Tiger, Goliath growls and is mad at Sally because she tripped Goliath in the name of being a witch. Then Davey has to realize that he has to tell a friend that he shot a mini missle and destroyed this man's bee hive. Nothing seems right and Davey's conscience is going through some tough time. When they confess (even to themselves) that they were the ones that did it, they feel better and try to put it all behind them. (C.1967)moreless

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    Hal Smith

    Hal Smith

    Mr. Kloss / Mr. Green / Mr. Brock / Old Man / Charlie

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    Norma MacMillan

    Norma MacMillan

    Mrs. Smith

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    Hal Smith

    Hal Smith

    George Soaring Eagle

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    Norma MacMillan

    Norma MacMillan

    Jimmy

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      • I have two notes for this one. The first one is the moral of this story. The moral of this story is mentioned is that God knows who we really are under the masks. We may do something wicked and strange, but we know what is right and what is wrong. We are God's children and nothing can pass him. We do bad things in the heat of having a good time, but in the end, we as Christains may have a guilty conscience depending on what was done. On the other note, I have never seen this episode air at least in the last 20 some years. I am sure that they skipped this because of it's potency and the fact that they don't want to give kids certain ideas. I saw this episode for the first time on 9/5/02 on a VCD I just bought, and I grew up with Davey in the 80's and 90's. This was fresh, new, and a masterpiece. It opens a whole new side of Davey that we don't regularly see. We also see Davey angry in a way that we never have before. This is pretty dang cool.

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