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Season 1 Episode 14

A Tale of Woe

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A Tale of Woe
Outerscope I – A Tale of Woe Edgar and Eleanor are ready to give raves about the Yun Yuns show, but Willie starts to feel sorry for the Yun Yuns. Two younger Tree Treats are stunned that the Yun Yuns close to Outerscope I are glum. Henry and Cynthia tell the truth about the Yun Yuns' plight to Edgar, Eleanor, and Willie. Long Ago Sequoia provides the Cherokee nation with its own language. What Do You Want to Be When You Grow Up? Window Rock, Arizona is the capital of the Navajo nation. At nearby Navajo Community College, Margaret Wood is a head librarian. How Do You Find Yourself? Anna Nye and Wuyen Suwuya introduce drawings from New York's Chinatown kids. These drawings are different from the sequence in Episode 11, as they discuss Chinese writing and activities Chinese-American kids share. Real People - Dawn A continuation from the previous episode, Monica and her friends hold a stereotyped Native American show. But Dawn insists these images are not true. Woody the Spoon Recipes Recycled from the previous episode, Woody gives a recipe for sweet potato pudding. Children's Questions To understand race, we must ask a major question: What does it mean to be human? You can group people, but no group is superior to the other. Luther What's Pee-Wee got against a girl who's reading out loud?moreless

Who was the Episode MVP ?

Bette Midler

Bette Midler

Woody the Spoon (voice)

James Earl Jones

James Earl Jones

Long John Spoilsport (voice)

Gary Goodrow

Gary Goodrow

Announcer, in The Big Game Hunt

Martin Brayboy

Martin Brayboy

Martin Harris, in Nigel segments

Scot Smith

Scot Smith

Scot Richardson, in Nigel segments

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