Repent After Me

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#732: “Repent After Me”
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“Repent After Me” is episode #732 of the Adventures in Odyssey audio series. It was written by Marshal Younger and Nathan Hoobler, and originally aired on September 14, 2013.

Summary

Barrett initially refuses to cheat when he gets an e-mail promising answers to a test. However, upon seeing the potential consequences of failure, he second-guesses his decision.

Plot

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Cast

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Priscilla Peterson Barrett Jones
Dorothy Jones Emily Jones
Principal Vogler Katrina Meltsner
Brendon McFarland Emily Jones
Nick Smouse Katrina Meltsner
Silvia Smouse Katrina Meltsner

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Notes

VERSION DIFFERENCE: [view] The broadcast version of this episode does not feature Chris’ narration at the end.

Allusions
  • This episode's title is a variation on the expression "Repeat after me".

Quotes

John Whittaker: Repentance is more than feeling badly about what you did and trying to fix it. Those are important things to do to be sure, but another key is confession. Admitting what you did to God and the person you harmed and asking or their forgiveness. You understand?
Barrett Jones: I can't do that, Mr. Whittaker. I just can't. Not yet.