Connie loves spending time in Whit's newest invention, the Inspiration Station. But when a glitch shuts down the machine, her obsession may go too far. Meanwhile, Eugene traces the source of the malfunction to Matthew Parker, who apparently has been “fixing” everyone’s electronics, with disastrous results!
Matthew Parker is Vance King’s “Target of the Week” – which means certain humiliation at the hands of the bully! Matthew decides to take matters into his own hands by getting revenge on Vance during an Odyssey Coyotes baseball game.
Camilla Parker desperately wants a pet, but her family seems to suffer from the “Parker Family Pet Curse.” To prove her responsibility, Camilla takes care of a baby blue jay. Meanwhile, Eugene has his own run-in with some feathered foes – which leads to drastic action!
Emily Jones is usually right about everything from solving mysteries to cooking chili. But when she decides to try her hand at matchmaking for her brother Barrett, the singing card she creates may have disastrous consequences. Will Emily have to face a situation where she could be...wrong?
The Parker family is in for a bumpy ride. It all starts when their grandmother (or Abuelita, the Spanish word for Grandmother) comes to tell them that their Aunt Rosalita has decided to elope...next week...in Odyssey...at their house! Then relative after relative arrives to stay with the family. Where will the chaos end?
A talking portrait of Frederick Douglass tells Olivia Parker the story of the famous Jubilee Singers of Fisk University. In the story, school treasurer Mr. White tries to assemble a group of talented singers who can save the school from a financial crisis.
Olivia Parker continues to hear the story of the Jubilee Singers from a talking portrait of Frederick Douglass. The singers’ journey is far from easy. Drunken threats, racism, sickness, and hunger follow the singers from town to town. They hope against hope for a miracle that can save their school.
Olivia Parker hears the conclusion of the story of the Jubilee Singers from a talking portrait of Frederick Douglass. Things aren’t looking good for the Singers. With each performance, their tour seems closer to despair. Will a church in Oberlin, Ohio, spell the end of their tour and their school...or is it the miracle they’ve been praying for?
In spite of Eugene Meltsner's best efforts, the computer that controls the town clock is not responding and now the clock has begun a backwards countdown to a potential disaster. But who is behind the plot and why? Is a broken heart to blame? Can the mystery be solved before it's too late?
Barrett Jones couldn’t be more excited about getting the lead role in the school play. But when his first practice is interrupted by a mysterious booming voice, Emily Jones must investigate the “phantom of the school play.”
The Parker family kids are convinced that they are too grown-up for a babysitter. A parent's night out, a nanny named Charlotte Maria, and the neighbor’s dog Bruno may be their opportunity to prove themselves.
The Parker’s grandma comes for a Christmas visit, in the middle of an elaborate Christmas celebration cooked up by Eugene and Connie. The Parker family parents wonder if it’s possible to have a Christmas without stress.
Three different albums encompass all of the episodes in the 2010 Season. Album 51, Take it From the Top, was released in March 2010. Much excitement was built up in the two years before its release.
Album 52, Cause and Effect, was released in October of 2010. According to the official podcast, album 52 is the longest album ever produced.
The sampler album Welcome to Whit’s End, includes the 11-minute minute episode called “Welcome to Whit’s End”.
Between 2008 and 2009 the AIO team took a long hiatus to reevaluate the direction that the show was taking, as they had done 10 years earlier after Album 25: Darkness Before Dawn. During this time they wrote new episodes, created new characters, and decided to make changes on things such as the show's logo and the release of albums.
Probably the most notable and noticeable change in the season is that the acting role of John Whittaker, who was done by Paul Herlinger up until the end of 2008, was taken over by the actor Andre Stojka. When the switch was officially announced, it was stated that Herlinger retired because of health reasons. Sadly, one month before the premiere of this season, he passed away.
In the past, albums were always available some time after all of the episodes in them were aired on the radio. Starting with the release of Passages: Darien's Rise, albums have been available before their episodes air, or shortly after the first few episodes air.