Junior's Giants: Envy Thou Not
Junior Anderson is a smart elementary school student with imagination and a comically whimsical family. In Junior's Giants: Envy Thou Not, he finds himself face to face with a gadget-wielding, materialistic robot named Rotomon. While Junior battles his uncontrollable greed for the ultimate new toy, the rest of his family faces problems of their own. Celia campaigns for school president in order to control the class' money, Mom seeks to be the super scrapbooker despite her lack of talent, and Dad loses his cool while trying to install his dream wireless Internet connection.
With help from the Holy Spirit, he and his family triumph over their problems by learning to lay up treasures in heaven rather than on Earth. The second episode in a series, this animated DVD entertains and educates children how to handle the temptation of materialism and other character building values from God's Word.
Writer: Sprigg Davis
Director: Mike Rasmussen, Randy Davis
Producer: David Brame
Runtime: 40 min.
Junior is a different but unique animated series that teaches everyone about the giant personal issues in our lives. In this episode Junior and his family have envy issues. Junior wants to improve his robots' abilities and to do that he needs a new micro chip. He learns to fight the Giant who has everything he thinks he needs. But Junior finds out that sometimes when you want something so bad and you get it, it may not always be what you expected. With the help of some scripture from the Bible, Junior learns to overcome this Giant.
This is a creative educational and entertaining show that is for everyone who may have their own giants to conquer. "Junior's Giants: Episode 2 - Envy Thou Not" is awarded the Dove "Family-Approved" Seal.
Language: Dang it.
Violence: Comical fighting with giants.
Other: Some political undertones.