Blackgaard's Revenge, Part 1

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Proverbs 4:5-9

5Get wisdom, get understanding; do not forget my words or swerve from them.

6Do not forsake wisdom, and she will protect you; love her, and she will watch over you. 7Wisdom is supreme; therefore get wisdom. Though it cost all you have, get understanding. 8Esteem her, and she will exalt you; embrace her, and she will honor you.

9She will set a garland of grace on your head and present you with a crown of splendor."

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Blackgaard's Revenge, Part 1

“Blackgaard's Revenge, Part 1” is episode #424 of the Adventures in Odyssey audio series. It was written and directed by Phil Lollar, and originally aired on October 2, 1999.


A virus implanted in the Imagination Station with Dr. Blackgaard's personality surfaces and must be destroyed before it takes hold over Aubrey.



The "Star Spangled Banner" is playing in the background as Connie and Aubrey enter the Imagination Station. Pretty soon they see a character that looks like Abraham Lincoln, but when Aubrey recognizes that the "Gettysburg Address" is misquoted, she wonders who it is. It turns out that the character was actually Dr. Regis Blackgaard, who orders that some missiles be launched! After escaping from the station, they soon discover Blackgaard has infected the Imagination Station with some sort of computer virus. Connie, Whit, and Eugene tell Aubrey how dangerous Dr. Blackgaard is, but she is not convinced. Aubrey goes back to the Imagination Station under the guise of putting up a "not working" sign, and she meets Dr. Blackgaard, who invites her back into the Station. While skeptical at first, Aubrey eventually steps into the Station. Blackgaard takes advantage of her questions and begins feeding her mind with many doubts as to the integrity of Whit and the others at Whit's End as he deceptively twists the truth. Meanwhile, Whit orders Eugene to find and delete the virus, but it is more widespread than they thought and could cause considerable damage. To their horror they discover that Aubrey is in the Station and wants to stay there with Blackgaard. In the Station, Dr. Blackgaard entices Aubrey with the possibility that she can have a full, eternal life and can visit any place in history that she would like through the Vortex of Time. Will she believe him and be lost forever in his evil deception? The story continues in part II...

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Discussion Questions

  1. What did Dr. Blackgaard promise Aubrey if she would come into the Imagination Station?
  2. Why did Whit say that Dr. Blackgaard could not have invented a program for eternal life?
    • Who has the only program for that?
  3. Do you ever find that it's easy to get deceived by people?
  4. What are some ways that you can think of to check if people are telling the truth about God?


Heard in episode

Role Voice Actor
Abraham Lincoln Walker Edmiston
Aubrey Shepard Camilla Belle
Connie Kendall Katie Leigh
Delivery Man Will Ryan
Eugene Meltsner Will Ryan
General Walker Edmiston
John Whittaker Paul Herlinger
Mabel Christie Nimitz
Regis Blackgaard Earl Boen

Mentioned in episode

Character Mentioned By
Tom Riley Eugene Meltsner
Richard Maxwell Regis Blackgaard


  • PARENTAL WARNING: This episode deals with the struggle for a young girl's soul. While told in an entertaining and fantastic way, it may be too intense for younger children.



Aubrey Shepard: Connie, who is that?
Connie Kendall: It's... it's...
Regis Blackgaard: That's right. It is I, Dr. Regis Blackgaard.

Eugene Meltsner: The station's alarm went off, so we knew something was amiss.
John Whittaker: What happened?
Connie Kendall: I'll tell you what happened. Blackgaard was in there!

Aubrey Shepard: You're just a computer program.
Regis Blackgaard: Ah, but I'm a program that knows the truth. What is that saying? The truth shall set you free. I want to set you free, Aubrey.

Aubrey Shepard: Did you burn down Mr. Riley's barn?
Regis Blackgaard: Absolutely not. A thug named Richard Maxwell did that. And afterwards he burnt down my business Blackgaard's Castle as well. A business I might add that was direct competition for Whit's End. It was only due to my diligence that Maxwell was caught and sent to prison for his crimes.

Aubrey Shepard: Did you try to steal a top secret government computer in Chicago?
Regis Blackgaard: Oh how absurd! I was working for the government at the time, trying to get the computer back. It was Whittaker who was under suspicion.

Aubrey Shepard: Did you take over Whit's End?
Regis Blackgaard: Is that what they told you? Aubrey, I acquired Whit's End legally. It's all a matter of public record. You can look it up if you like.
Aubrey Shepard: And Odyssey?
Regis Blackgaard: I only wanted what is best for the town. Same as Whittaker.

Regis Blackgaard: If you want her that badly, Whittaker, you're gonna have to come in here personally and get her. If you have the courage, that is.

Delivery Man: Uh, Miss? That fruit ain't gettin' any fresher.

Regis Blackgaard: My, my, my, aren't you the emotional one!