Adam: So children, what did you learn from the story?
Child 1: Even though Loos is blind, he's just like the rest of us.
Child 2: Yeah, and because he learned to use his other senses, he helped He-Man.
Storyteller: That's right. Just because a person is blind or handicapped, well it doesn't mean that they're helpless.
Child 3: Yeah! They have feelings, and want to do stuff like we do too.
Adam: And who knows? You might learn as much from them, as they do from you.
Ram Man: You know, some people treat me differently because they think I'm stupid. I'm not stupid...no! B-b-but I am kinda slow!
He-Man only says "I have the power" when he changes into He-Man when he is alone so how could the kids in this episode, who say it, know it.
Like "Into the Abyss", this is one of the only He-Man episodes to feature no villains at all, once again written by Robert Lamb.