The latest episode of the highly entertaining TV drama series, Professor Johnbull, will today take viewers on an interesting voyage on the significance of high moral standards.
The episode aptly titled "No Help" encapsulates the factors responsible for the dearth of help in the society and why many are unwilling to be their brothers' keepers.
Cast in the setting of pure satire, the conscience of the sitcom and lead character in the Series, Professor Johnbull, played by a veteran of Nollywood, Kanayo O. Kanayo, stresses the dire consequences of paying good with evil.
"No Help" is an episode which dramatises the unpleasant experiences many good Samaritans have suffered in the hands of people who lack natural sense of gratitude. "Sadly enough, it is the society that suffers ultimately as any act of ingratitude, no matter how little, is capable of dissuading others from rendering help and assistance even to those who would have appreciated such help.
"The saying that one soiled finger soils others is as witty as it is educating and this is why individuals should be very careful about their attitudes so that one person's mistakes will not rub-off on millions of others. "No Help" is a must-watch for anyone who cares about the dearth of help in the contemporary society as the episode situates the problem properly, calling attention to acceptable behaviours for the good of the public".
In the new episode, viewers will see the kindest side of Professor Johnbull; the street sense of Churchill (Jnr. pope Odonwodo), the business sagacity of Olaniyi (Yomi Fash-Lanso) and his reservation about lending a helping hand to people from the proceeds of his Nkwobi business.
Other issues that will confront viewers are if Caro's (Mercy Johnson Okojie) kindness will be stretched; where will Elizabeth (Queen Nwokoye) stand when Caro's position is threatened? How true is the position that the world will know no help if those who are helped continue to sow the seed of ingratitude?