Inspired by Cadas, my take on lesson 1:
Lesson 1 treats a so-far unsolved problem in parenting: how to explain your child to clean up after himself. In the cartoon the puzzle is posed by Caleb playing with marbles on a floor, then getting up to run away. If you was given days to script the best and most healthy mode of reasoning to teach your child in this situation, what would it be? "What if mummy and daddy made a mess in your room", "who is going to clean it up", "can we agree you only leave toy on the floor in your own room"? Would you even bother? The watchtower tackle the problem as this:
Caleb should visualize how dad will walk down the stairs and slide in the marbles -- zoom out, the house shake for 10 seconds while we hear the sound of things getting broken; a piece of furniture flies through a window; cut to inside of the house. Mom and dad stand in an accusing pose angry at a remorsefull Caleb (bonus parenting puzzle: One of you had a serious fall due to an innocent mistake. How guilty should you make your child feel?). A broken TV lies between them, everything is in a scary blue-gray tones. But things are not over, suddenly the TV explode, sparks rain over a sad-looking Caleb and the teddy bear he cuddle burst into flames (i kid not).
The moral of the story: A dismissal of a command may result in loved ones getting hurt, getting angry and you missing something dear to you. so you better clean up the marbles!
It could be argued this is reading to much into a film which is not meant to be taken litteral but I find it hard to accept. Firstly it would be a first time for the WTS to give a lesson on obedience it does not mean to take dead serious (the WTS is fameous for rather having their members, even infants, die over a blood doctrine due to a particular phrasing of a single sentence in Corinthians), and Antony Morris certainly seemed to have missed that memo when he gave the introduction.
Secondly the lesson directly mirror the reality Caleb will live in when he grow up and become a full member: If you disobey a command you face being disfellowshipped. If you are disfellowshipped your loved ones (as it is phrased in the watchtower again and again) will be "hurt" when they are coarsed into shunning you, and you will loose your loved ones and not just the teddy.
On a plus side, according to the WTS the advice do work: Caleb clean up up his marbles, and everybody happily have family worship at the end.