Album 21: Wish You Were Here!

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Album 21: Wish You Were Here!
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Album 20: A Journey of Choices
Album 21: Wish You Were Here!

Wish You Were Here! is the 21st Adventures in Odyssey mainstream album. Its episodes began airing on the radio starting on July 23, 1994 and finished on November 12, 1994.

Description

Hit the high road to adventure with the gang from Odyssey! Eugene and Bernard are unlikely travel-mates as they journey from Odyssey to California. Meanwhile, Whit is given an exciting opportunity in the Middle East, Jimmy goes to basketball camp and a mysterious talking chicken comes to Kids' Radio.

Bonus Features

There are no extra features on this album, but the episodes do feature a total of 5 minutes, 48 seconds of extra scenes that had to be deleted from the original broadcast versions in order to keep them at the appropriate time for the radio.

Episodes

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Episode Original Airdate Writer Director Rating Buy Preview
#274: “First Hand Experience”
July 23, 1994
Paul McCusker
Paul McCusker
96%
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Bernard is leaving Odyssey to pick up a new truck and Eugene is going on a journey to discover himself. They head down separate paths...but soon find themselves heading in the same direction.

#275: “Second Thoughts”
July 30, 1994
Marshal Younger
Paul McCusker
92%
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Eugene and Bernard stay with a family in a small town after they get stranded. They help the family fix some problems between a father and his son.

#276: “Third Degree”
August 6, 1994
Marshal Younger
Paul McCusker
94%
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Bernard is pulled over for going too slow and decides to fight the courts! Meanwhile, Eugene becomes friends with people just like him and contemplates leaving Odyssey for good.

#277: “It Happened at Four Corners”
August 13, 1994
Phil Lollar
Phil Lollar
94%
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An old prospector, a torn map, and a legendary gold mine interrupt Eugene and Bernard’s journey to California and infect them with gold fever.

#278: “The Fifth House on the Left, Part 1”
August 20, 1994
Paul McCusker
Paul McCusker
94%
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Eugene and Bernard stay with a stuck-up family of actors in California. An earthquake soon hits town and Bernard helps bring a little girl to God.

#279: “The Fifth House on the Left, Part 2”
August 27, 1994
Paul McCusker
Paul McCusker
96%
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Eugene and Bernard stay with a stuck up family of actors in California. An earthquake soon hits town and Bernard helps bring a little girl to God.

#280: “Gone...”
September 3, 1994
Paul McCusker
Paul McCusker
91%
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Eugene Meltsner and Bernard Walton return to Odyssey after their road trip to discover that Whit has left for the Middle East.

#281: “...But Not Forgotten”
September 10, 1994
Phil Lollar
Phil Lollar
93%
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Jack Allen stays in town for a while despite the fact that the person he came to visit is no longer in town. But he soon finds out he may have arrived at the perfect moment in time.

#282: “The Fundamentals”
September 17, 1994
Marshal Younger
Marshal Younger
91%
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Jimmy Barclay attends a basketball camp with Phil McFarland, a kid who seems to know it all, but uses poor technique.

#283: “A Book by Its Cover”
September 24, 1994
Paul McCusker
Phil Lollar
90%
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Katrina thinks her new student is very intelligent because she looks older than she really is. Connie and Eugene wonder how to tell Jack that his painting is 'awful'.

#284: “The Election Deception”
October 1, 1994
Marshal Younger
Phil Lollar
89%
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Courtney Vincent is running for class president but her diary is stolen and her competitor, Shannon Everett, reads her speech word for word. Shannon also spreads other stuff from Courtney's diary.

#288: “The Twilife Zone”
November 12, 1994
Phil Lollar
Phil Lollar
88%
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Connie uses Kids' Radio to tell a story of a talking chicken who begins to control his user's actions much like drugs begin to control people.

Notes

  • The episodes about Bernard and Eugene's road trip all have numbers in the names.
  • This album includes Whit's departure.

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