|Connie's curiosity gets the best of her when she runs a program called 'Applesauce' and everything in Whit's End goes haywire!
Parts of this episode are very similar to the very first story about disobedience, the one about Adam and Eve. God sets up a garden and says that Adam and Eve are allowed to eat from any tree but one. Whit sets up a computer room and says that Eugene may use any program but one. Connie, like Eve, was curious about the program and eventually was tempted into using it. She then got Eugene involved and at first they tried to hide what they did from Whit. In the end, they were sent away from the place they had sinned at. Also interesting is the name of the program: "Applesauce" (many think of the fruit Adam and Eve ate as an apple).
This episode introduced Whit's association with intelligence agencies and secret computer programs - revealing yet another side of his character.
The key for the secret computer room in Whit's bookshelf is hidden in C.S. Lewis's "The Last Battle," the last book in The Chronicles of Narnia. While looking for the key, Connie mentions "Dawn Treader" and "Magician's Nephew," other books in the series.