Album 16: Flights of Imagination

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Album 16: Flights of Imagination
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Album 15: A Place of Wonder
Album 16: Flights of Imagination

Flights of Imagination is the 16th Adventures in Odyssey mainstream album. Its episodes began airing on the radio starting on October 24, 1992 and finished on April 17, 1993.

Description

Whit investigates eternity, Lucy visits Bible times, and the people of Odyssey reenact the nativity - which lands them in some legal trouble! From setting right priorities to practicing compassion, there's a lot to be learned in these action-filled episodes.

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Episode Original Airdate Writer Director Rating Buy Preview
#209: “Columbus: The Grand Voyage”
October 24, 1992
Phil Lollar
Phil Lollar
75%
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Lawrence Hodges uses the Imagination Station to go back to the time of Christopher Columbus and gets to travel with him to the new world.

#211: “The Mortal Coil, Part 1”
November 21, 1992
Paul McCusker
Paul McCusker
94%
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Whit uses the Imagination Station in a new and exciting way...a program that simulates what life is like after death!

#212: “The Mortal Coil, Part 2”
November 28, 1992
Paul McCusker
Paul McCusker
92%
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Whit creates an Imagination Station program that shows the user a glimpse of life after death. The program shows Whit a heaven from which he might not want to come back, while it gives Eugene a taste of hell which terrifies him to no end.

#213: “Best Intentions”
December 5, 1992
Paul McCusker
Phil Lollar
94%
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Connie and Eugene try to make Whit recuperate from his recent experience in the Imagination Station as Harlow Doyle and Sam Johnson try to find out what's wrong.

#214: “The Living Nativity”
December 12, 1992
Marshal Younger
Phil Lollar
89%
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When Bart Rathbone sees that the Living Nativity display is hurting his business, he tries to shut it down by bringing up the Constitutional 'separation of church and state'.

#216: “Like Father, Like Son”
December 26, 1992
April Dammann
Paul McCusker
89%
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When the cash box for the Odyssey Coyotes goes missing, everyone turns to Eric Myers because of his father's prison record. Eric insists he's innocent.

#219: “Treasures of the Heart”
January 16, 1993
Geoff Kohler
Paul McCusker
94%
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Jimmy Barclay wants to purchase a pair of expensive running shoes, while George and Mary try to clean out their attic.

#220: “This is Chad Pearson?”
February 20, 1993
Marshal Younger
Paul McCusker
92%
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Every pre-teen girl in Odyssey is trying to win a day with a soap opera star in a contest. Connie wins and we find out that the girls' hero is an ordinary guy.

#221: “It Is Well”
February 27, 1993
Phil Lollar
Phil Lollar
88%
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Whit tells Lucy Cunningham-Schultz the story of the hymn 'It Is Well'.

#226: “An Adventure in Bethany, Part 1”
April 3, 1993
Paul McCusker
Paul McCusker
96%
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Lucy Cunningham-Schultz wants to learn about cities in the Bible, so Whit sends her into Bethany and later joins her. The adventure becomes all the more incredible when the two witness a person being raised from the dead!

#227: “An Adventure in Bethany, Part 2”
April 10, 1993
Paul McCusker
Paul McCusker
96%
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Lucy Cunningham-Schultz and Whit go back to see a story in Bethany which took place shortly before Jesus went into Jerusalem.

#228: “A Game of Compassion”
April 17, 1993
Jeff White
Paul McCusker
88%
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Eric Myers is caught between a promise to a needy person and his commitment to his soccer team.

Notes

  • This was the first album to be released on CD. The first 15 albums were not available on CD until they were re-released as the Gold Audio Series.

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