Connie the Counselor

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#807: “Connie the Counselor”
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December 6, 2016
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April 19, 2016
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Proverbs 12:15

15The way of a fool seems right to him, but a wise man listens to advice.

Proverbs 27:17
17As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another.

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Connie the Counselor

“Connie the Counselor” is episode #807 of the Adventures in Odyssey audio series. It was written and directed by Kathy Buchanan, was originally released in the Adventures in Odyssey Club on December 6, 2016, and originally aired on April 1, 2017.


Eugene reluctantly agrees to allow Connie to test out her budding counseling skills on him for a psychology class assignment. Meanwhile, Buck and Jules try to find something to keep them entertained around Odyssey.


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Bill Kendall Connie Kendall
Jan Kendall Connie Kendall
Penny Wise Jules Kendall
Katrina Meltsner Buck Oliver
John Whittaker Eugene Meltsner
Darren McGibbs Eugene Meltsner
Leonard Meltsner Eugene Meltsner
Thelma Meltsner Eugene Meltsner




Connie Kendall: Eugene, the last time I cried, you explained to me the anatomy of tear ducts.
Eugene Meltsner: And that wasn't helpful?

Eugene Meltsner: Well, it's against my better judgement...
Connie Kendall: As is that shirt-and-vest combo.

Connie Kendall: Relationships are a series of steps.
Eugene Meltsner: Steps.
Connie Kendall: And you can only take the step that's in front of you.
Eugene Meltsner: But it seems as though I'm slipping backward instead of moving forward.
Connie Kendall: And with every slip backward comes the opportunity to step on the escalator of communication and move forward again!
Eugene Meltsner: Are you also taking a class on useless analogies?

Connie Kendall: I'm in a similar boat with Jules.
Eugene Meltsner: The Titanic?