A Look Back, Part 2

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Psalm 103:2

2Praise the LORD, O my soul, and forget not all his benefits--

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A Look Back, Part 2

“A Look Back, Part 2” is episode #436 of the Adventures in Odyssey audio series. It was written and directed by Phil Lollar, and originally aired on December 25, 1999.


Take a peek back into the first 13 years of Adventures in Odyssey with co-creator Phil Lollar, as we remember the characters you love and re-live the most memorable Odyssey scenes.


Continued from part 1... Our nostalgic look back continues in the second half of the episode where we hear "What’s in a Name." In this program, the various strange names in Odyssey history are recalled. We then hear some of the highlights from the Imagination Station adventures, and finally relive how some of the main characters in Odyssey have become Christians. Odyssey certainly is a wonderful place.

Discussion Questions

  1. As you look back over the last year, what do you remember most?


All characters and mentions are in flashback.

Heard in episode

Role Voice Actor
Balthazar Parley Baer
Benjamin Hal Smith
Bernard Walton Dave Madden
Brink Chetley Earl Boen
Caiaphas Unknown
Connie Kendall Katie Leigh
Digger Digwillow Chad Reisser
Don Iowa Randy Crenshaw
Edwin Blackgaard Earl Boen
Edwin Stanton Bob Hoose
Eugene Meltsner Will Ryan
Fionna Donneral Maggie Malooly
Gaspar Corey Burton
George Barclay Chuck Bolte
Harlow Doyle Will Ryan
Hezekiah Parley Baer
Howard J. Weizel Steve Bridges
Jack Allen Alan Young
Jason Whittaker Townsend Coleman
Jesus Christ Brian Cummings
Jesus Christ Dave Arnold
Jimmy Barclay David Griffin
John Mark Nathan Carlson
John Whittaker Hal Smith
John Whittaker Paul Herlinger
John Whittaker (boy) Joseph Cammaroto
Joseph Chuck Bolte
Joshua Corey Burton
June Kendall Maggie Malooly
Lucy Cunningham-Schultz Genni Long
Mac Thuselah Hal Smith
Martha Lucille Bliss
Marty Scoresberg Barry Stigler
Mary Unknown
Melchior Dave Madden
Morton Dunkey Jerry Dexter
Moses Bill Erwin
Noah Walker Edmiston
Opera Geraldohue Lianne Evans
Peter Will Ryan
Phil Lollar Phil Lollar
Pilate Bill Maier
Port Roser Tom Williams
Proclus Barry Stigler
Pharaoh Ramses II Bernard Erhard
S.L. Clemens Kenneth Mars
Simeon Hal Smith
Theater Doorman Jim Custer
Dr. William Beanes Hal Smith
William Shattered Phil Lollar
Tom Riley Walker Edmiston
Van Scuddy Steve Bridges

Mentioned in episode

Character Mentioned By
Rosencrantz Guildenstern Edwin Blackgaard
Hassn Ben-Sober Brink Chetley
Bill Kendall June Kendall
Mildred Kendall June Kendall
Chris Anthony Phil Lollar


  • Phil Lollar replaces Chris as the host of this episode, marking one of the very few times that Chris has not been heard in an episode (though Chris is mentioned in the closing wrap).
  • This is the second retrospective show to replay the scene of Connie's conversion from #52: “Connie, Part 2”, the first being the original retrospective show, #55: “Auld Lang Syne”. The conversion scenes of both June Kendall and Eugene Meltsner, which occurred years after Connie's, are also included this time around.
  • This is the only episode of Adventures in Odyssey to ever premiere on Christmas Day.
  • This is Connie's 200th episode.
  • Kurt Bruner is not listed among the executive producers mentioned in the otherwise exhaustive ending credits for the run of the show up to the time of this episode's broadcast.



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