The Triangle, Part 2

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#465: “The Triangle, Part 2”
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Proverbs 17:17
17A friend loves at all times, and a brother is born for adversity.

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The Triangle, Part 2
“The Triangle, Part 2” is episode #465 of the Adventures in Odyssey audio series. It was written by Nathan Hoobler, and originally aired on March 10, 2001.


Connie hears the story of how Whit and Jenny met in college.


Continued from part 1... Jenny meets Whit outside the library one evening and Whit immediately begins asking her why she wasn't honest with Jack. Jenny starts crying and Whit hugs her. Unfortunately, Jack sees her and goes to Whit's house later that night to see what was happening. Whit dodges saying anything and tells Jack to go see Jenny. Jenny finally tells Jack the truth that she doesn't love him the way he loves her. Jack surmises there must be someone else in her life...and it must be Whit. Jack withdraws into himself, missing classes and not going to work. He won't talk to Whit or Jenny. The only one he talks to is his friend Emily through letters. While Whit and Jenny wonder if they can really be right for each other if it's causing all this pain, Emily shows up at Jack's door and counsels him that he needs to stop feeling sorry for himself and that if Whit and Jenny are right for each other, then he shouldn't get in the way. Whit finally finds Jack at the auction house where he works and Jack relays what Jenny says and tells Whit that whatever the future has in store for Whit and Jenny...well...that's their business. Just before Whit goes, Jack gives him something for Jenny...a first edition of The Allegory of Love by C. S. Lewis.

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Discussion Questions

1. Whit and Jenny decided to pray together. How do you think that helped their situation?

  • When does God tell us to pray?

2. Whit and Jack's friendship has had some difficulties over the years. They disagreed over Jenny and then, years later, another woman came between them. Only that time, it was a little girl named Clara. Have you ever had big disagreements with any of your friends?

  • How did you work them out?


Heard in episode

Role Voice Actor
Connie Kendall Katie Leigh
Emily Allen Erin McKenna
Jack Allen Marshal Younger
Jack Allen Alan Young
Jenny Whittaker Rebecca Meyers
John Whittaker Jim Custer
John Whittaker Paul Herlinger

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Jerry Whittaker John Whittaker


  • Jenny Morrow gives talks on C. S. Lewis books and mentions The Allegory of Love and Beyond Personality. (Jenny also goes looking for The Allegory of Love at Jack's auction house and Jack gives the book to Whit years later.) Jenny and Whit talk about a book by G. K. Chesterton and mention that Lewis talked about the book as well.
  • When Chris tells listeners to write in, she says “My address is...” rather than “Our address is....”
  • The broadcast version of this episode included a “Fun Fact” about how Whit became a Christian. However, she says that the episode is included in the album Secrets, Surprises, and Sensational Stories, the old version of Album #3: Heroes!


Young John Whittaker: Jack? What's wrong?
Young Jack Allen: I'm sorry, did I wake you?
Young John Whittaker: No, I had to get up to answer the door anyway.

Young Jenny Morrow: Maybe we should do the thing we were supposed to do all along.
Young John Whittaker: You're right. Should I start?
Young Jenny Morrow: Go ahead.
Young John Whittaker: Dear God.....

Young Jack Allen: Uh oh. I know that tone. It's the same tone you used when you caught me playing matador with your fathers bull.
Young Emily: You needed some straight talking then, and you need some straight talking now.