The Pilot, Part 1

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#737: “The Pilot, Part 1”
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4who comforts us in all our troubles, so that we can comfort those in any trouble with the comfort we ourselves have received from God.
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The Pilot, Part 1
“The Pilot, Part 1” is episode #737 of the Adventures in Odyssey audio series. It was written by Kathy Buchanan, and originally aired on October 19, 2013.



Avery Award Winner!
This episode won an Avery Award for Best Sound in the Fall 2013 Season!
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Summary

An old friend of Connie’s tells her the incredible story of a mission trip to a remote village. It's a story of medical mystery, daring plane flights, and even... love.

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Cast

Role Voice Actor
Connie Kendall Katie Leigh
Wooton Bassett Jess Harnell
Eva Parker Amanda Troop
Lilly Graham Lori Tritel
Jeff Lewis Gary Reed

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Jeff Lewis: I think someone's watching us.
Connie Kendall: Oh.... that's just Wooton.

Connie Kendall: So, now you're a pilot, a triage person, and a babysitter.

Wooton Bassett: Jeff! I thought there was going to be romance in this story!

Wooton Bassett: You didn't say this was an airplane, romance and sick baby adventure. I don't like sick baby stories.

Connie Kendall: I had a breakdown at the home improvement store, but other than that, I'm completely fine.
Jeff Lewis: Breakdown?
Connie Kendall: Over paint samples.

Eva Parker: I think I left my stomach at the other end of the runway.