Aloha, Oy!, Part 2

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#257: “Aloha, Oy!, Part 2”
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Psalm 68:6

6God sets the lonely in families, he leads forth the prisoners with singing; but the rebellious live in a sun-scorched land.

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Aloha, Oy!, Part 2

“Aloha, Oy!, Part 2” is episode #257 of the Adventures in Odyssey audio series. It was written and directed by Phil Lollar, and originally aired on January 29, 1994.


The Barclays win a contest for an all-expenses paid vacation to Hawaii, but the Rathbones are coming along!


Jimmy Barclay and Lawrence Hodges go to Rathbone's Electric Palace to buy some fuses for George, and they end up getting a big surprise. As soon as Jimmy enters the store, bells ring, whistles blow, alarms sound, and music plays. Bart Rathbone rushes up to Jimmy. Rathbone proclaims Jimmy to be the 10,000th customer to enter the Electric Palace. He and four of his friends and family members have won a free trip to Hawaii! Back at the Barclays' home, George confirms that the trip is legitimate — the family and Lawrence really are going to pineapple paradise. But when they arrive at the airport, they discover that Bart, Doris, and Rodney Rathbone are joining them. Bart has finagled extra tickets for his family. The Barclays experience their wackiest vacation ever as Bart's cost-cutting measures lead them to a strange boat captain who gets them lost at sea. Meanwhile, Rodney goes to drastic measures to impress Donna (including having a wild parasailing experience). And Lawrence's efforts to find his father lead to several near-discoveries and a disastrous debut as a busboy. Circumstances remarkably connect, however. Rodney learns a lesson about going to extremes to impress people, and Lawrence has a touching reunion with his father, thanks to the Barclays — who learn to never travel with the Rathbones again.

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Discussion Questions

  • Why didn't the Barclays want to go to Hawaii with the Rathbones?
  • What did Lawrence really want out of his trip to Hawaii? Did he get it?
  • Why is family togetherness so important?


Heard in episode

Role Voice Actor
Bill Mason Bob Luttrell
Don Iowa Randy Crenshaw
Donna Barclay Azure Janosky
Doris Rathbone Pamela Hayden
George Barclay Chuck Bolte
Jimmy Barclay David Griffin
Lawrence Hodges Gabriel Encarnacion
Mary Barclay Carol Bilger
Parasail Boat Pilot Randy Crenshaw
Melville Quid Phil Lollar
Rodney Rathbone Steve Burns
Sales associate Unknown
Bart Rathbone Walker Edmiston

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Joe Hodges Lawrence Hodges


  • This episode takes place away from Odyssey: Episodes That Take Place Away from Odyssey
  • Captain Quid quotes the theme song from Gilligan's Island when he assures the Rathbones and Barclays that "it's not as though five passengers set sail this day on a three hour tour."
  • One of Captain Quid's many sing-a-long songs is a version of "B-I-N-G-O" that contains the line "There was a porpoise had a crab and Bingo was his name-o."
  • Listen carefully: although the scenes are identically scripted, the opening scene of this episode is an alternate take of the closing scene of the previous episode.
  • To fill time at the end of this episode, a featurette was included that featured Chris and Harlow interviewing fans.


Rodney Rathbone: He was great? What about me? I'm the one who braved the waves!
Donna Barclay: Braved the waves? You rode the board on your hands and knees!
Rodney Rathbone: You expected me to stand all the way up?

Doris Rathbone: Who wants pork rinds?

Don Iowa: A luau is supposed to be a happy feast! You people are bringin' me down!

George Barclay: That's what happens when you rent from a place called "Jack's Pretty Good Wheels."

Mary Barclay: Look at the size of the pig they're roasting!
George Barclay: I know, it's almost too big for the spit!
Doris Rathbone: They spit on that pig?
Bart Rathbone: No, Doris. The spit's what they turn the pig on to cook it over the hot coals. See?
Doris Rathbone: Oh, yeah. Just so they don't spit on it.