A New Era, Part 3

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#621: “A New Era, Part 3”
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1 Thessalonians 5:9
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A New Era, Part 2
A New Era, Part 3
“A New Era, Part 3,” also known as “End of an Era,” is episode #621 of the Adventures in Odyssey audio series. It was written by Marshal Younger and Nathan Hoobler, and originally aired on September 29, 2007.

Summary

Upon returning to Odyssey, Leonard faces a crisis while Eugene and Katrina get disturbing news from the Ashanti tribe in Africa.

Plot

This plot section is too short and should be expanded. »Leonard finally confronts the demons from his past and the Meltsners come to a decision regarding their missions trip to the Ashanti region.

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Cast

Role Voice Actor
Aman Paunita Nichols
Doc Morton Diane Michelle
Eugene Meltsner Will Ryan
Joanne Woodston-Allen Janet Waldo
John Whittaker Paul Herlinger
Katrina Meltsner Audrey Wasilewski
Leonard Meltsner Phil Proctor
Thelma Meltsner Salli Saffioti

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  • Clear ultrasounds were not available 25 years ago but Focus thought it worth while to make a "Goof" to tell the story.

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Leonard Meltsner: Oh, we're all in our final days, son. Some of us just have a lot more of them than others.