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#631 A Capsule Comes to Town

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Original Air Date: 3/01/08
Writer: Paul McCusker

Director: Paul McCusker
Sound Designer: Jonathan Crowe

Music: John Campbell
Theme: Learning from the past


Summary:
Connie narrates a documentary about the people and places in Odyssey against the backdrop of a search for a missing time capsule.

 

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#632 Suspicious Finds

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Original Air Date: 3/08/08
Writers: Nathan Hoobler, Marshal Younger

Director: Nathan Hoobler
Sound Designer: Christopher Diehl

Music: John Campbell
Theme:
Living to please God


Summary:
An editor from Home and Country magazine announces that Odyssey is a contender for Best Small Town in America.

 

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#633 License to Deprive

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Original Air Date: 3/15/08
Writer: Marshal Younger

Director: Dave Arnold
Sound Designer: Nathan Jones

Music: John Campbell

Scripture: Deuteronomy 11:17
Theme:
Appreciating what you have


Summary:
For a historical exhibit, the Washington family must live as people on the frontier did.

 

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#634 Accidental Dilemma I

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Original Air Date: 3/22/08
Writer: Paul McCusker

Director: Paul McCusker
Sound Designer: Gap Digital

Music: John Campbell

Scripture: John 16:33
Theme:
Good triumphs over evil


Summary:
When Jason Whittaker is revealed publicly as an intelligence agent, an old nemesis named The Whisperer tracks him to Odyssey.

 

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#635 Accidental Dilemma II

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Original Air Date: 3/29/08
Writer: Paul McCusker

Director: Paul McCusker
Sound Designer: Gap Digital

Music: John Campbell

Scripture: John 16:33
Theme:
Good triumphs over evil


Summary:
When Jason Whittaker is revealed publicly as an intelligence agent, an old nemesis named The Whisperer tracks him to Odyssey.

 

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#636 A Class Reenactment

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Original Air Date: 4/05/08
Writer: Nathan Hoobler

Director: Nathan Hoobler
Sound Designer: Christopher Diehl

Music: John Campbell
Theme: Doing what's right


Summary:
Edwin Blackgaard puts on a "radio reenactment" of the founding of the town of Odyssey. Two of his actors, Mandy Straussberg and Trent DeWhite, are unhappy when they're cast as a young couple in love.

 

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#637 The Forgotten Deed

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Original Air Date: 4/12/08
Writer: Paul McCusker

Director: Paul McCusker
Sound Designer: Jonathan Crowe

Music: John Campbell
Theme:
Standing up for your faith


Summary:
The plan to bury the new time capsule in the basement of Whit's End causes a "separation of church and state" conflict that jeopardizes the future of the shop.

 

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#638 The Triangled Web I

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Original Air Date: 4/19/08
Writer: Marshal Younger

Director: Marshal Younger
Sound Designer: Jonathan Crowe

Music: John Campbell

Scripture: 1 Samuel 20:31
Theme:
Friendship


Summary:
Lucy Cunningham-Schultz becomes the center of attention when Jimmy Barclay, Curt Stevens, and Jack Davis return to Odyssey for a reunion—each young man determined to win her heart at last.

 

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#639 The Triangled Web II

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Original Air Date: 4/26/08
Writer: Marshal Younger

Director: Marshal Younger
Sound Designer: Jonathan Crowe

Scripture: 1 Samuel 20:31
Theme:
Friendship


Summary:
Lucy Cunningham-Schultz becomes the center of attention when Jimmy Barclay, Curt Stevens, and Jack Davis return to Odyssey for a reunion—each young man determined to win her heart at last.

 

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#640 Rights, Wrongs and Winners

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Original Air Date: 5/03/08
Writer: Nathan Hoobler

Director: Marshal Younger
Sound Designer: Christopher Diehl

Scripture: Galations 6:7-8
Theme:
Sacrifice


Summary:
The two finalists for "Best Small Town" are in a perfect tie. Each town is given one week to show the heart of the town to win the contest.

 

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#641 The Imagination Station, Revisited I

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Original Air Date: 5/10/08
Writer: Paul McCusker

Director: Paul McCusker
Sound Designer: Nathan Jones

Scripture: John 3:16
Theme:
Salvation


Summary:
Kelly gets in a new version of the Imagination Station and experiences the story of the crucifixion of Jesus.

 

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#642 The Imagination Station, Revisited II

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Original Air Date: 5/17/08
Writer: Paul McCusker

Director: Paul McCusker
Sound Designer: Nathan Jones

Scripture: John 3:16
Theme:
Salvation


Summary:
Kelly gets in a new version of the Imagination Station and experiences the story of the crucifixion of Jesus.

 

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#643 Kidsboro I

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Original Air Date: 5/24/08
Writer: Marshal Younger

Director: Marshal Younger

Sound Designer: Gap Digital
Theme:
Responsible Self Government


Summary:
In the woods behind Whit's End, Mr. Whittaker creates a whole town run entirely by kids. Ryan and his friends decide that they must run the town right, and set out to create their own government, laws, and justice system.

 

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#644 Kidsboro II

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Original Air Date: 5/31/08
Writer: Marshal Younger

Director: Marshal Younger
Sound Designer: Gap Digital
Theme:
Responsible Self Government


Summary:
The new town of Kidsboro is vandalized by an unknown force. Nelson, a young inventor, seems to solve the problem, but his solution leads to the fledgling Kidsboro government being sued for all they are worth.

 

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#645 Kidsboro III

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Original Air Date: 6/07/08
Writer: Marshal Younger

Director: Marshal Younger
Sound Designer: Gap Digital
Theme:
Responsible Self Government


Summary:
Mayor Ryan says that he's installing cameras to keep the residents of Kidsboro safe. But Jill uses her investigative reporting skills to find out what's really going on.

 

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#??? B-TV: Live!

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Writers: Marshal Younger, Paul McCusker

Director: Marshal Younger
Sound Designers: Jonathan Crowe, Dave Arnold, Rudy Hair
Theme: God's calling


Summary:
The folks from the town of Odyssey are presenting a live edition of BTV, and the usual stories, jokes, and laughs help them to teach a lesson on God's calling in our lives.

 

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This episode was recorded during two live recording sessions in Colorado Springs in celebration of Adventures in Odyssey's 20th birthday. Actors and production team signed autographs afterwards.

 

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#TC1 Here Am I

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Writer: Paul McCusker

Director: Paul McCusker
Sound Designer: Gap Digital

Music: John Campbell
Theme: Christian worldview


Summary:
Mr. Whittaker tells a story in which Connie is dreaming. In her dream, Connie tries out Whit's new interactive Kid's Radio and experiences an encounter with the problems of having a secular worldview. Can she convince others that truth is not what what we make it to be?

 

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This episode was produced as a complement to Focus on the Family's The Truth Project. It exists outside of the chronological release of audio albums.

 

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#TC2 The Truth Be Told

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Writer: Paul McCusker

Director: Paul McCusker
Sound Designer: Gap Digital

Music: John Campbell
Theme: Absolute truth


Summary:
Wooton's new comic book hero Captain Absolutely seeks to fight for the truth, no matter what it takes. Meanwhile, Jill is given an opportunity to get the story on Christian worldview for the Odyssey Tribune, as taught from the folks at Whit's End.

 

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This episode was produced as a complement to Focus on the Family's The Truth Project. It exists outside of the chronological release of audio albums.

 

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#TC3 The Science Club

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Writer: Paul McCusker

Director: Paul McCusker
Sound Designer: Gap Digital

Music: John Campbell
Theme: Intelligent design


Summary:
When Nelson is given the opportunity to lead his school's science club, he decides to discuss evolution with his class, producing frustrating complications. Meanwhile, Jill is experiencing writer's block as she writes an article about evolution for the Odyssey Tribune.

 

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#TC4 Three in One

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Writer: Paul McCusker

Director: Paul McCusker
Sound Designer: Gap Digital

Music: John Campbell
Theme: The Trinity and natural order


Summary:
Connie's job-seeking lands her at a local cable station for a job interview. Captain Absolutely is at it again and must fight an enemy that wants to go against God's standard for society. On the other side of town, Eugene teaches Nelson important facts about God's order in the universe.

 

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This episode was produced as a complement to Focus on the Family's The Truth Project. It exists outside of the chronological release of audio albums.

 

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#TC5 In My Image

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Writer: Paul McCusker

Director: Paul McCusker
Sound Designer: Gap Digital

Music: John Campbell
Theme: False gods


Summary:
Whit tells the story of Will, a boy who becomes tired of being told what to do. When he encounters a mysterious traveler offering him a god that's just right for him, Will puts himself into a terrible trap.

 

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This episode was produced as a complement to Focus on the Family's The Truth Project. It exists outside of the chronological release of audio albums.

 

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#TC6 Stepping Stones I

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Writer: Paul McCusker

Director: Paul McCusker
Sound Designer: Gap Digital

Music: John Campbell
Theme: The Founding of America


Summary:
Mr. Whittaker uses the enhanced Kids Radio studio to tell the kids the true story of the Puritans and their voyage to North America, their hard ships, and their new life.

 

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This episode was produced as a complement to Focus on the Family's The Truth Project. It exists outside of the chronological release of audio albums.

 

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#TC7 Stepping Stones II

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Writer: Paul McCusker

Director: Paul McCusker
Sound Designer: Gap Digital

Music: John Campbell
Theme: The Founding of America


Summary:
Mr. Whittaker uses the enhanced Kids Radio studio to tell the kids the true story of the Puritans and their voyage to North America, their hard ships, and their new life.

 

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This episode was produced as a complement to Focus on the Family's The Truth Project. It exists outside of the chronological release of audio albums.

 

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#TC8 The Final Call

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Writer: Paul McCusker

Director: Paul McCusker
Sound Designer: Gap Digital

Music: John Campbell
Theme: Compassion for others


Summary:
Kids Radio presents the story of Jonah and relates it to sharing the truth of the gospel in a world that needs absolutes.


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This episode was produced as a complement to Focus on the Family's The Truth Project. It exists outside of the chronological release of audio albums.

 

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