Bruno's Back in Town

When both a villain and a friend return to Terrene, Liz finds out that it’s wise to make sure he has the facts before he jumps to conclusions.

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Memory Verse

“Fools have no desire to learn; they would much rather give their own opinion.”

Audio Icon   Proverbs 18:2



In this episode, Liz and Grandpa Anole find that things aren’t always what they seem.

Everyone has opinions—about sports teams, about classes in school, or about the latest movie. Usually, those opinions are harmless. But when your opinions are about other people, they can get you in a lot of trouble. Before you say anything about someone else, you should be very careful to make sure you have all the facts. Even then, it’s almost always best to keep quiet. Sites like Facebook, Snapchat, and Yik Yak make it easy for you to share your opinions with a lot of people in a very short time. But they can also make it easy for you to become a fool (Proverbs 12:23).

Want to dig deeper and learn more about how important it is to keep your opinions to yourself? Check out Proverbs 10:14, Proverbs 13:16, and James 3:5-6.


On a sheet of paper or piece of cardboard, write the words “Am I wise, or am I a fool?” Hang it in your room where you will read it every morning. If you are on social media on your computer, hang it where you can see it while you’re online. Before you post any opinion, look at the sign and ask yourself, “Do I have all the facts?” “Can what I post hurt someone else?” “Will what I say make me look like a fool?