Small Wonder

Season 1 Episode 6

Spielberg Jr.

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Aired Unknown Oct 12, 1985 on
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Jamie and his friend Reggie Williams are involved in putting together a sci-fi movie project for school, but the power of directorial duties goes to Jamie's head.

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  • Jamie's ego gets the best of him.

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    This episode features Reggie as Jamie's best friend. Jamie and Reggie are working on a film project about space. Jamie unfortunately has gotten the directing bug as well as a big ego that comes along. Reggie feels threatened because any ideas he has about the film project, Jamie simply ignores and instead Jamies uses only his ideas. Later on The Lawsons, Reggie and Vicki are not impressed by Jamie's selfish attitude and soon Jamie quits the film. Eventually everyone teaches Jamie a valuable lesson about working together as a team and not be selfish. It is one of the better episodes.

    Vicki is also wearing a martian outfit which is a nice change of pace. She fits the role of a space robot perfectly.moreless

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    • Jamie: (pointing to the set background) What's this for, Dad?
      Ted: Oh, this great, huh? You see the blue represents the universe and the white dots are the stars and if you stand in front of it like this, it looks like you're way out in space, huh? What do you think?
      Jamie: I think we're in big trouble.
      Ted: Gee, I-I thought it was pretty clever.
      Jamie: Well, it'll have to do, for now. But could you put some more stars on it and could you hurry it up a little, please?
      Ted: Well, you know when you think of how long it took to create the universe, I think I'm going pretty fast.

    • Jamie: Hi, Dad.
      Ted: Oh, hi, Mr. Director. How do you like all the props, huh?
      Jamie: (looking at the green rocks) Is this the best you can do, Dad? I mean the kids in class aren't going to believe these are rocks on an alien planet.
      Ted: Why not? How many alien planets have they been to?(chuckles)

    • Jamie: (pointing to the background) What's this for, Dad?
      Ted: Oh, this is great, huh? You see the blue represents the universe and the white dots are the stars and if you stand in front of it like this, it looks like you're way out in space, huh? What do you think?
      Jamie: I think we're in big trouble.
      Ted: Gee, I-I thought it was pretty clever.
      Jamie: Well, it'll have to do, for now. But could you put some more stars on it and could you hurry it up a little, please?
      Ted: Well, you know when you think of how long it took to create the universe, I think I'm going pretty fast.

    • Harriet: Can I be in your movie?
      Jamie: No. It's science fiction, not a horror film!
      Harriet: Well, then can I watch?
      Jamie: Sure. Go home and wait for it to be on television. Don't call us. We'll call you.
      Ted: Of course you can watch, Harriet, but you have to be quiet.
      Harriet: I don't think that's possible.

    • Jamie: See, we have to do a project for school, in our social studies class, about people in other lands, and how we should be friends, even if they're different.
      Ted: Well, I think that's a very worthwhile thing to teach kids.
      Joan: Yes. Now, if the kids could just teach it to the grown-ups...

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