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Non-Spoiler summary: The Parkers decide to unplug their gadgets and make family memories by searching for a Christmas tree.
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This episode was fun to listen to because 1, it included the Parker family, 2, it was fun to see the family spirit, and 3, its one of AIO’s yearly christmas episodes.
Ok so what do we learn from this, what’s the moral of this story? The moral is summed up as we can sometimes spend to much time with our devises of gadgets. I personally can learn a lot from because I definitely spend to much time on an iPod, watching a movie, or playing a video game. But it is very hard not to grow attached to a devise because we have very easy access to them. But most things we grow attached to are very hard to separate from. I experience this in other areas like eat
A few of my favorite scenes. I liked the dinner table scene where everyone, except David, is growing annoyed for her embarrassing them on her social media. David tells them to let up, until he is reminded that she posted about his car trouble. Another one is towards the end where the girls start making plans for their funerals because they will starve to death. Then Matthew and Olivia start pulling food out from under the seats that the had stuck under there before.
Thank you for reading this review on Un-Tech The Halls. If you have any tips of feedback please feel free to say something in the comments of email me at email@example.com. This is Naomi and Luke reminding you that with God in your life, every day is an adventure.
|David Parker||Marc Evan Jackson|
|Eva Parker||Amanda Troop|
|Matthew Parker||Justin Felbinger|
|Olivia Parker||Kelly Stables|
|Camilla Parker||Michaela Dean|
|Lucia Ortaga||Lucki Wheating|
|John Whittaker||Andre Stojka|