Benjamin is sent and Joseph reveals himself. It’s a little awkward at first, but Joseph forgives them, is reunited with his father, and lives happily ever after. Unfortunately, things don’t go so well for the rest of the Hebrew people. Eventually Joseph and all he did is forgotten and the Israelites were enslaved. A bouncing baby Jew was born named Moses; unfortunately, he couldn’t have been born at a worse time. The current Pharaoh was crazy. Like really crazy. He had ordered all the cute little Jewish babies be drowned in the river. His mother put her son on a raft and floated him down the river where Pharaoh’s daughter found him. Unlike other Hebrew children—the ones that weren’t drowned anyway—Moses was raised privileged. One day Moses saw an Egyptian beating a Hebrew slave, and Moses kind of sort of killed the Egyptian. He was fearful of what the Pharaoh would do, so he fled. In the middle of nowhere, God revealed himself to Moses in the form of a bush and instructed him to man it up and liberate the Hebrew people. What will Moses do?