Album 36: Danger Signals

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Album 36: Danger Signals
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Whit and Bart in "Green Eyes and Yellow Tulips".
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Average Episode Rating
91.7%
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Description[edit]

Something sinister is brewing in the quiet town of Odyssey and not even Whit can put his finger on it. The kids are flocking to the hot, new hangout; while back at Whit’s End, the windows are collecting dust—the ones that aren’t being smashed, that is. Things haven’t been the same since media conglomerate Novacom moved in. Even Connie turns to mush whenever Novacom’s new hire, Robert Mitchell, is around. Are the kids losing that small town innocence that always kept them out of harm’s way?

Bonus Features[edit]

There are no extra features on this album, but the episodes do feature a total of 4 minutes and 23 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[edit]

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Episode Original Airdate Writer Director Rating Buy Preview
#462: “The W.E.”
February 17, 2001
Marshal Younger
Paul McCusker
80.6%
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In a bid to compete with Novacom's new Kid's Center, Whit changes a few things around his shop to appeal to more people.

#463: “Green Eyes and Yellow Tulips”
February 24, 2001
Kathy Buchanan
Kathy Buchanan
90%
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Bart Rathbone organizes a protest against Novacom, while Connie develops a romantic interest in a guy named Robert Mitchell, an employee of Novacom.

#464: “The Triangle, Part 1”
March 3, 2001
Nathan Hoobler
Paul McCusker
96.2%
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Connie hears the story of how Whit and Jenny met in college.

#465: “The Triangle, Part 2”
March 10, 2001
Nathan Hoobler
Paul McCusker
95.1%
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Connie hears the story of how Whit and Jenny met in college.

#466: “Snow Day”
March 17, 2001
John Fornof
John Fornof
93.1%
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Alex Jefferson must endure many trials and tribulations to deliver cookies to his grandmother.

#467: “Broken Window”
March 24, 2001
John Fornof
John Fornof
97.6%
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There's a window broken at Whit's End! But who is the one responsible? Could it be Alex who was playing with his bat? Rodney out to get revenge? Sarah's bad juggling? Or could it be... the most unlikely person there could possibly be?!

#468: “Chains, Part 1”
April 28, 2001
Marshal Younger
Marshal Younger
92%
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As plans progress for the Whit's End in Connellsville, Whit deals with a different kind of people than he deals with in Odyssey.

#469: “Chains, Part 2”
May 5, 2001
Marshal Younger
Marshal Younger
90.6%
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Construction on a new Whit's End in Connellsville is under way, while Whit tries to figure out what he's going to do about Tony and Brianna who used to live on the plot of land that they are now building on.

#470: “Break a Leg”
May 12, 2001
Nathan Hoobler
Kathy Buchanan
86.8%
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Cal Jordan and Edwin Blackgaard find out what it's like to lose something they didn't know they valued.

#471: “Fifteen Minutes”
May 19, 2001
Marshal Younger
Marshal Younger
96.3%
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An old friend returns to Odyssey after time in Hollywood and Alex Jefferson breaks a record in miniature golf that stood for over 30 years.

#472: “Welcoming Wooton”
May 26, 2001
Torry Martin
Marshal Younger
93.8%
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Wooton Bassett, a mail man in Odyssey, loses his job because he takes too long to deliver the mail. Whit tries to help Wooton out by pulling some strings and getting him a new job.

#473: “Breaking Point”
June 2, 2001
Marshal Younger
Marshal Younger
87.3%
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The stress of completing the new Whit's End on time begins to take its toll on Whit, who reluctantly surrenders his plans for the Imagination Station to Barry Muntz.


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