Album 34: In Your Wildest Dreams

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Album 34: In Your Wildest Dreams
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Strange goings-on in #440: “I Slap Floor”.
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Strange goings-on in #440: “I Slap Floor”.
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November 2000
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83.4%
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ISBN
Album 33: Virtual Realities
Album 34: In Your Wildest Dreams

Description

You’ll never believe it—Eugene has invented a robot version of Whit! And if you think that’s strange, wait until you hear about all the other odd things going on in Odyssey: Eugene and Connie are getting married? Are Edwin Blackard and Margaret Fay getting married? Tom is shutting down the Timothy Center so Bart Rathbone can turn it into a space camp? And—most amazing of all—Harlow Doyle actually solves a case? What in the world is going on?

Episodes

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Episode Original Airdate Writer Director Rating Buy Preview
#422: “Passages: Fletcher's Rebellion, Part 1”
September 18, 1999
Paul McCusker
Phil Lollar
90%
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Alice, an old friend of Timmy Riley, tells Tom an unimaginable story of fantasy when she and Timmy slipped into the magical world of Marus.

#423: “Passages: Fletcher's Rebellion, Part 2”
September 25, 1999
Paul McCusker
Phil Lollar
84%
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Alice tells Tom Riley of another world that she and his son Timmy 'slipped into' more than twenty years ago.

#437a: “Sunset Bowlawater”
March 4, 2000
John Fornof
Phil Lollar
88%
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Mandy enlists Harlow Doyle's help to find out why her goldfish died, and the goldfish explains why in his own words.

#437b: “The Long Way Home”
May 10, 2001
Jim Ware
Phil Lollar
86%
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Aubrey Shepard is fed up with the Timothy Center and tries to get away by going on a youth group trip.

#438a: “The Lyin' Tale”
March 11, 2000
Charlie Richards
Phil Lollar
54%
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After Aubrey Shepard is frightened by a kitten in a garbage can, she begins to quickly exaggerate the story.

#440: “I Slap Floor”
April 1, 2000
Marshal Younger
Phil Lollar
93%
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Bernard Walton tells David and Mandy Straussberg what they've missed in the week they were gone.

#441a: “What Do You Think?”
April 8, 2000
John Fornof
Phil Lollar
90%
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Liz Horton uses the Room of Consequence to find out what other people really think of her.

#441b: “Idol Minds”
April 8, 2000
Charlie Richards
Phil Lollar
79%
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Eugene creates an animatronic Whit to replace Mr. Whittaker when he leaves town.

#442a: “Two Roads”
April 15, 2000
Jim Ware
Phil Lollar
82%
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A Twilife Zone episode follows the lives of two people, one who lives an 'evil' life and one who seems to live a good, upstanding life.

#443: “Changing Rodney”
April 22, 2000
Kathy Buchanan
Phil Lollar
89%
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Upon advice from Eugene, Mandy Straussberg tries to change Rodney Rathbone into a nicer person.

#444b: “The Bad Guy”
April 29, 2000
Marshal Younger
Phil Lollar
80%
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Nick Mulligan's controversial friend Vince seems to have become a better person.

#444c: “Bethany's Flood”
May 17, 2001
Jim Ware
Phil Lollar
62%
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Bethany dreams a wacky version of the flood story.

#445: “No Boundaries”
May 6, 2000
John Fornof
Phil Lollar
95%
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Alex Jefferson gets to experience what life would be like without limitations or boundaries, and discovers that it's not as wonderful as it sounds.

#446a: “A Matter of Manners”
May 13, 2000
John Fornof
Phil Lollar
85%
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After getting kicked out of Whit's End for poor manners, David Straussberg and Alex Jefferson decide to learn good manners.

#446b: “The Seven Deadly Dwarves”
May 13, 2000
Jim Ware
Phil Lollar
73%
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Bethany Shepard has a dream very loosely based on the Seven Deadly Sins.

#447: “Potlucks and Poetry”
May 20, 2000
Kathy Buchanan
Phil Lollar
92%
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After several embarrassing escapades, Aubrey Shepard tries to make certain her parents won't be at her poetry reading, while her parents try to do some avoiding of their own.

#448: “Mandy's Debut”
May 27, 2000
Charlie Richards
Phil Lollar
95%
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Mandy Straussberg writes and directs two plays at the Little Theater at Whit's End. In the first, some of the people at Whit's End blame themselves for Whit going to the hospital. In the second, Whit gives the crew some specific instructions that most of them fail to follow.

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