Album 39: Friends, Family, and Countrymen

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Album 39: Friends, Family, and Countrymen
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Album 38: Battle Lines
Album 39: Friends, Family, and Countrymen

Description

Things never slow down around Odyssey. Alex is hoping to survive a long weekend with his grandparents, but things get interesting when he sees his grandfather dig up a strange wooden box in the woods. More adventure unfolds as Marvin Washington takes his first trip back in time on the Imagination Station and lands in the middle of the American Revolutionary War.

Bonus Features

There are no extra features on this album, but the episodes do feature a total of 4 minutes and 49 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
#461: “B-TV: Obedience”
February 10, 2001
John Fornof
Kathy Buchanan
86%
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B-TV explores the topic of obedience with sketches about the biblical characters Gideon, Naaman, and Moses.

#476: “Relatively Annoying”
November 24, 2001
Marshal Younger
Marshal Younger
90%
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Spending a week at his grandparents' house seems like the end of the world to Alex Jefferson.

#480: “The Popsicle Kid”
December 22, 2001
Torry Martin
Marshal Younger
82%
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Colby Cabrera helps Wooton decorate his house for the Annual Christmas Decoration contest. Meanwhile, Rodney befriends Austin O'Conner and tries to turn him into one of the Bones of Rath.

#503: “Between You and Me”
January 11, 2003
Kathy Buchanan
Kathy Buchanan
96%
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Connie wonders if she's spending too much time with Robert Mitchell. Then he gets an offer from the FBI . . . to move to Virginia.

#504: “Aubrey's Bathrobe”
January 18, 2003
Bob Hoose
Bob Hoose
84%
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Unsure of whether or not she's a good Christian, Aubrey enlists the help of an old friend who tries to show Aubrey what she needs to do.

#505: “The Toy Man”
January 25, 2003
Marshal Younger
Marshal Younger
89%
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Ed Washington quits his executive job at a toy company to do what he loves: interact with kids. He is given this opportunity by Whit, in the form of managing the new Whit's End in Connellsville.

#506: “For Trying Out Loud”
February 1, 2003
Kathy Buchanan
Kathy Buchanan
93%
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Wooton takes up acting lessons with Edwin Blackgaard and Liz tries to find out what she's really good at in life.

#507: “The Benefit of the Doubt”
February 8, 2003
Marshal Younger
Marshal Younger
95%
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The Cabrera family deals with the aftermath of the Novacom collapse, and Mitch finds it difficult to get any work in town with his less-than-stellar reputation.

#508: “The American Revelation, Part 1”
February 15, 2003
John Fornof
John Fornof
96%
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Whit puts the finishing touches on his new and improved Imagination Station and sends Marvin Washington off on an adventure set during the American Revolution.

#509: “The American Revelation, Part 2”
February 22, 2003
John Fornof
John Fornof
97%
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Marvin Washington hears an often untold story of the American Revolutionary War.

#511: “The Pact, Part 1”
March 8, 2003
Nathan Hoobler
Bob Hoose
93%
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Agnes Riley is acting very strange and sets Tom, Mandy and Whit on a mission to solve a mystery involving a circled date, the letters JO, and a familiar looking young girl.

#512: “The Pact, Part 2”
March 15, 2003
Nathan Hoobler
Bob Hoose
93%
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Agnes Riley is acting very strange and sets Tom, Mandy and Whit on a mission to solve a mystery involving a circled date, the letters JO, and a familiar looking young girl.


Notes

This album title is an allusion to the Shakespearean play, "Julius Caesar."

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