At least, that's what Little Larry thinks that Gerbert is saying on the Bible video. And I guess it means something to him. . . because Norn is his imaginary friend.
Norn is a girl, of varying colors, sizes, ages, and abilities. She used to be a bit of a "bad girl" (she broke out of prison) but turned good (she went back and said she was sorry and took everyone to the hospital).
Norn is "in this Earth" (a.k.a. "real"), but she "looks like air" (a.k.a. "invisible"). She is usually not with us, but off doing adventures like flying airplanes and going after bad guys.
Norn's reponsibilities include helping Larry fly and fix our ship (a.k.a. our house) and bossing around her group of friends: Iceman, Fireman, and Waterman. They aren't very good at listening to her, though.
While her past is hazy, we do know that her parents are named Stacie and Freehold, though we never see them because they are camping in Texas. Her friend who lives the forest is Heynurn.
Norn first came to us when Malcolm was a baby. I hear less about her now that Malcolm is big enough to be more of a playmate to Larry, though she still comes up from time to time.
I never had an imaginary friend (though my big sister had a baby tiger that she called, unsurprisingly, Baby Tiger, who lived behind the shower curtain). Did you have an imaginary friend, or your kids?