Album 40: Out of Control

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Album 40: Out of Control
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Album 39: Friends, Family, and Countrymen
Album 40: Out of Control

Description

Stand by for chaos! Connie and the gang think they’re doing another safe, scripted BTV program. But that’s before the fire, the okra incident and the renegade nose. Meanwhile, Liz’s brother Mark just got engaged. How’s she supposed to fit in now that she’s second fiddle? Missing families,

Episodes

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Episode Original Airdate Writer Director Rating Buy Preview
#510: “For the Fun of It”
March 1, 2003
Torry Martin
Marshal Younger
96%
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Talia Bassett comes to stay with her uncle Wooton in Odyssey. Wooton's lifestyle is vastly different from Talia's, and she has trouble understanding why Wooton is so different from her father.

#514: “Room Enough for Two”
March 29, 2003
April Higgins
Marshal Younger
93%
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Liz Horton's brother Mark returns home from the army along with a new friend... his fiancee! Liz finds it difficult to accept Mark's future wife into her life.

#515: “B-TV: Behind the Scenes”
May 3, 2003
Nathan Hoobler
Marshal Younger
92%
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Alex Jefferson turns a microphone on the B-TV crew to see what happens behind the scenes of the popular show.

#516: “Bassett Hounds”
May 10, 2003
Torry Martin
Marshal Younger
96%
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Wooton guilts Bernard into tagging along to a family meeting all the way in Alaska. Wooton's interesting personality gets even more confusing for Bernard when he finds out what the members of Wooton's family are like.

#517: “It's All About Me”
May 17, 2003
Marshal Younger
Bob Hoose
92%
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Connie decides that she should start a KYDS Radio advice show. Trent worries that he's getting credit for something he didn't do.

#518: “The Case of the Disappearing Hortons”
May 24, 2003
Bob Hoose
Bob Hoose
94%
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Jared DeWhite and Mandy, along with the a couple of washed up magicians try to track down Liz and her family... who have apparently disappeared!

#519: “The Defining Moment”
May 31, 2003
Marshal Younger
Marshal Younger
87%
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While Xavier helps Marvin with his baseball skills, Ed is faced with distinguishing the difference between being a good coach and being a good father.

#520: “The Mystery at Tin Flat”
June 7, 2003
John Fornof
Bob Hoose
92%
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The Washington family receive an all expense paid vacation to 'Tin Flat', which turns out to be a desolate Ghost Town. When strange things start happening, the Washington's soon learn things aren't always as they appear.

#522: “All Things to All People”
June 21, 2003
Bob Hoose
Bob Hoose
89%
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Seth Young councils Aubrey on his radical method of evangelism, prompting Aubrey to question her effectiveness as a Christian.

#523: “Here Today, Gone Tomorrow?, Part 1”
June 28, 2003
Kathy Buchanan
Marshal Younger
94%
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After being charged with a hit and run, Whit teams up with Mitch to try and track down who has stolen his identity and why!

#524: “Here Today, Gone Tomorrow?, Part 2”
July 5, 2003
Kathy Buchanan
Marshal Younger
96%
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After being charged with a hit and run, Whit teams up with Mitch to try and track down who has stolen his identity and why!

#525: “Here Today, Gone Tomorrow?, Part 3”
July 12, 2003
Kathy Buchanan
Marshal Younger
95%
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Mitch has to make a decision about the FBI, and his investigating skills are challenged in a case involving Whit.

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