|The Bad Guy||Bethany's Flood||No Boundaries|
Bethany dreams a wacky version of the flood story.
Bethany lets her imagination run wild when Connie reads her a story about Noah's Ark. She mixes it up with what is happening at home. Aubrey was doing a report on Thomas Jefferson, The shower left running and flooding the bathtub, (caused by "El Nino") Ben Shepard getting a wet-dry mat, and other things. Bethany actually becomes part of the story. First, the shower is left running, and the bathtub overflowed. Then Noah and his sons, Sam (b), Hamlet, and Jefferson, get onto the Ark-Vac. Jefferson wanted to get to Philadelphia to sign documents. Noah explains why God is judging the world. Because of El Nino, a Californian bandito. He left the shower running when he was going to rob the stagecoach. He got into his Pinto and rode to Santa and Nito with Christopher Colombo. Sam falls overboard, and Noah showed Bethany the animals, including lots and lots of cats and dogs. The Ark strikes what seems to be an iceberg, but actually a pirate ship. El Nino and Christopher Colombo. They discovered America before Noah and his sons did. Sam was on the pirate ship, and the Ark is going down in a whirlpool. Noah loses faith in God. Bethany prays that God will help them out. He did, and the Ark came safely out of the flood. Bethany wakes up from a dream, and is joyful that God saved her and Noah. She tells her mom that she should've been there. Bethany summarizes her version of the Noah's Ark story.
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- Read the story of Noah from Genesis 7 & 8.
- Bethany got some parts of the story mixed up, but she got some parts right. Which parts did she get right?
- This episode was paired with The Bad Guy, replacing Career Moves in Album 34: In Your Wildest Dreams and all subsequent airings. It was originally supposed to air with The Hoax's on You during the spring 2000 Season, but both episodes were dropped from the season lineup. It was included on the album because the team felt it was a stronger episode than Career Moves and wanted to provide an incentive for fans to purchase an album full of weak episodes.
- This is the first AIO episode that was included on an album before it ever aired. It remained the only one to do so until the release of The Truth Chronicles in 2008, Album 51: Take it From the Top in 2010, and Album 57: A Call to Something More in 2013.
- This episode was released on the album In Your Wildest Dreams and included in the daily show for 8 years before it was assigned an official episode number in The Official Guide. The episode number is the only episode to include the letter "c" as an indication of a third split-episode. Before the assignment of "444c", the episode was simply referred to as ???: Bethany's Flood
- In #424: “Blackgaard's Revenge, Part 1”, Aubrey Shepard says she likes history. Here she hates it. While this sounds a whole lot more like Aubrey, it contradicts the earlier episode.
QuotesBethany Shepard: But we didn't make it to Philadelphia in time for the signing of the Declaration of Independence, so Jefferson got mad.
Hamlet: To be, or not to be. To be, dooby dooby, do.
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