Album 43: Along for the Ride

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Album 43: Along for the Ride
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Album 42: No Way Out
Album 43: Along for the Ride

Description

A national treasure comes to town and is promptly stolen. A mistaken cell phone message sends Connie on an urgent search for the caller. And Marvin gears up for musical stardom - but how far can his band go with drums, a cello, and Wooton playing "Camp Town Races"?

Episodes

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Episode Original Airdate Writer Director Rating Buy Preview
#548: “Sounds Like a Mystery”
October 2, 2004
John Fornof
Bob Hoose
87%
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A miniature Statue of Liberty is stolen from the Celebration of Liberty exhibit so Whit, Captain Richard Quinn, and Sgt. Beverly Collins start a unique investigation to figure out who's responsible!

#549: “Think on These Things”
October 9, 2004
Nathan Hoobler
Bob Hoose
81%
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Marvin Washington and Trent DeWhite scan their homework assignments into the Imagination Station to better solve word problems in math. However, the boys end up taking the capabilities of the machine a bit too far.

#550: “Fairy Tal-e-vision”
October 16, 2004
John Fornof
John Fornof
81%
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Connie and Jason use KYDS Radio to broadcast a show dealing solely with Fairy Tale stories melded together to highlight the consequences of sin.

#551: “Stars in Our Eyes”
October 23, 2004
Kathy Buchanan
Marshal Younger
95%
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The gang at Whit's End try to come up with a unique television advertisement for the shop and Tamika Washington gathers information for a report on her hero.

#552: “Sunday Morning Scramble”
October 30, 2004
Kathy Buchanan
Marshal Younger
95%
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The Washington family just can't get to church on time.

#553: “Potential Possibilities”
November 6, 2004
Marshal Younger
Marshal Younger
88%
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Trent DeWhite is placed in the gifted class at school and tries to find a way out. Meanwhile, both Tom Riley and Aubrey Shepard confront their fears.

#554: “Call Me if You Care”
November 13, 2004
Nathan Hoobler
Nathan Hoobler
92%
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Three strange messages are left on Connie's voice mail which set Whit and herself off to find the stranger who left them!

#555: “True Calling”
November 20, 2004
Bob Hoose
Bob Hoose
96%
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Liz Horton tries to bring Solly Mendelson and Irving Greenfarb out of retirement while Mandy Straussberg tries to figure out what her career strengths are.

#556: “And That's the Truth”
December 4, 2004
Nathan Hoobler
Nathan Hoobler
93%
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Jack Allen attempts to assert himself more and Tamika Washington decides to be as painfully honest as she possibly can.

#557: “A Lamb's Tale”
December 11, 2004
Marshal Younger
Marshal Younger
90%
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Tamika Washington goes to great lengths to retrieve a stuffed lamb, Nick Mulligan tries to find out why Mike passed up a great job opportunity, and Mark Horton attempts to live his life in the best way he can.

#558: “A Glass Darkly”
January 15, 2005
John Fornof
Nathan Hoobler
80%
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Dr. Hawthorne places Trent in detention for something he didn't do and Bart gives away the Washington family's old vacuum cleaner as an Electric Palace prize.

#559: “The Coolest Dog”
January 22, 2005
Marshal Younger
Marshal Younger
91%
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Wooton Bassett and his camera follow Marvin Washington and Trent DeWhite around Odyssey as they prepare to start their band “The Cool Dogs”.

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