Sunny and mild little Odyssey is about to get hit by a downpour of disasters. From a violent tornado to a blowout visit with Jonah, the climate is always right for learning lessons through the trials.
The Wildest Summer Ever was originally released as a under the title Grins, Grabbers, and Great Getaways in 1988. It was released after the Odyssey USA album, making it the second Adventures in Odyssey album to be released. It was only available on cassette until it was re-released as part of the Gold Audio Series. This release was titled Stormy Weather, borrowing its title from the episode of the same name. The gold audio version was released on CD and cassette and contained several bonus features.
As part of a re-branding process that occurred in the early 2010s, the album was repackaged again as The Wildest Summer Ever. The current album includes artwork by Gary Locke.
As each episode is consecutive in order, The Wildest Summer Ever is the first thematic album.
Behind-the-Scenes insert with episode guide, fun facts, and more.
Irwin Springer, a middle schooler interested in history, falls when trying to get a book and imagines that he visited the American Revolution and witnessed the signing of the Declaration of Independence.
Ned Lewis' V.B.S. class is a mess and he must perform a sketch in front of the entire church! If everything goes well, the church will consider starting up a Drama program, but things don't look too good for Ned.