Megapack 2

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Megapack 2
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October 1, 2021
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Megapack 2
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Episode Original Airdate Writer Director Rating Buy Preview
#7: “Promises, Promises”
January 2, 1988
Phil Lollar
Phil Lollar
91%
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Connie makes a resolution to be more patient no matter what, which turns out to be far more difficult than she imagined.

#31: “Family Vacation, Part 1”
June 18, 1988
Paul McCusker
Paul McCusker
85%
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The Barclay family of four takes off for a Florida vacation, but they get stranded when the family car breaks down.

#32: “Family Vacation, Part 2”
June 25, 1988
Paul McCusker
Paul McCusker
86%
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The Barclay family of four takes off for a Florida vacation, but they get stranded when the family car breaks down.

#62: “Let This Mind Be in You”
February 18, 1989
Paul McCusker
Phil Lollar
93%
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While Whit is gone for a few days, Connie tries to become just like him, but fails in various ways.

#72: “An Encounter with Mrs. Hooper”
May 13, 1989
Paul McCusker
Paul McCusker
85%
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Donna is assigned by her church group to befriend grumpy old Mrs. Hooper at the nursing home.

#81: “Good Business”
August 5, 1989
Paul McCusker
Phil Lollar
92%
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Robyn Jacobs thinks she can earn money the "easy" way by starting her own business, but she soon learns it's not so easy after all.

#82: “Heatwave”
August 12, 1989
Paul McCusker
Phil Lollar
91%
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Jack Davis and Oscar Peterson solve the mystery of a strange kid and an armload of lumber.

#89: “That's Not Fair”
October 14, 1989
Phil Lollar
Phil Lollar
91%
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Connie, Donna Barclay and Oscar Peterson all get the chance to see what would happen if everyone was treated fairly.

#106: “By Any Other Name”
March 3, 1990
Paul McCusker
Phil Lollar
91%
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Curt Stevens runs for student council, but lies a lot in his speeches, while Phil Phillips attempts to cash in on Odyssey businesses. Including Whit's End.

#108: “Isaac the Courageous”
March 17, 1990
Phil Lollar
Phil Lollar
87%
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Isaac Morton is pressured to join the "Bones of Rath" to fit in, and hopes to prove to himself that he has courage.

#112: “Curious, Isn't It?”
April 28, 1990
Phil Lollar
Phil Lollar
87%
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Ben and Esther Langford become convinced that Whit is getting married.

#126: “Wishful Thinking”
September 1, 1990
Paul McCusker
Paul McCusker
84%
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After wishing her brother had never been born, Donna Barclay wakes up the next morning to discover she's received her wish!

#130: “Bernard and Joseph, Part 1”
October 27, 1990
Phil Lollar
Phil Lollar
94%
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Bernard tells Artie Powell, a boy with many siblings, the exciting life story of Joseph and his 11 brothers.

#131: “Bernard and Joseph, Part 2”
November 3, 1990
Phil Lollar
Phil Lollar
88%
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Bernard tells Artie Powell, a boy with many siblings, the exciting life story of Joseph and his 11 brothers.

#145: “The Second Coming”
March 2, 1991
Paul McCusker
Chuck Bolte
93%
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After reading a book, Melanie Jacobs believes she knows the exact date of Christ's return.

#149: “By Dawn's Early Light”
April 13, 1991
Phil Lollar
Phil Lollar
84%
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Curt Stevens and Lucy Cunningham-Schultz go back in the Imagination Station to see events at the beginning of the War of 1812.

#168: “The Curse”
September 21, 1991
Phil Lollar
Phil Lollar
92%
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Lucy Cunningham-Schultz, Connie, and Eugene think Whit's life is in danger when a medicine man visits town and places a curse on him!

#194: “A License to Drive”
May 9, 1992
Phil Lollar
Phil Lollar
95%
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When Eugene needs help getting his driver's license, he turns to Connie for help.

#196: “Harlow Doyle, Private Eye”
June 27, 1992
Paul McCusker
Paul McCusker
90%
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Harlow Doyle, Private Eye, opens an office in Odyssey, and his first big case is to help Jessie find her lost faith.

#213: “Best Intentions”
December 5, 1992
Paul McCusker
Phil Lollar
93%
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Connie and Eugene try to ensure that Whit gets his rest while recovering from being in the hospital.

#246: “My Fair Bernard”
October 2, 1993
Phil Lollar
Phil Lollar
95%
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Bernard Walton tries to improve his image by being in play about his life, which is being produced by Edwin Blackgaard.

#248: “Terror from the Skies”
October 30, 1993
Paul McCusker
Paul McCusker
91%
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Edwin Blackgaard produces a live broadcast about monsters from outer space, but the broadcast is a little too real for some listeners.

#255: “The Boy Who Cried 'Destructo!'”
January 15, 1994
Phil Lollar
Phil Lollar
89%
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Lawrence Hodges claims that agents from Destructo have kidnapped Harlow Doyle near a mysterious cave.

#260: “Naturally, I Assumed...”
February 19, 1994
Paul McCusker
Paul McCusker
91%
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Eugene comes to Connie for advice to win the heart of Katrina Shanks, who seems to be interested in another man.

#284: “The Election Deception”
October 1, 1994
Marshal Younger
Phil Lollar
89%
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When Courtney Vincent's diary disappears from her locker, events conspire against her hopes of being elected president of the student council.

#288: “The Twilife Zone”
November 12, 1994
Phil Lollar
Phil Lollar
88%
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Kids' Radio tells the story of a talking toy chicken that enslaves its owner in a web of strange demands.

#321: “Hidden In My Heart”
July 1, 1995
Marshal Younger
Marshal Younger
92%
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To teach about Bible memorization, Kids' Radio spoofs three popular television programs. Kids' Radio renames them “Star Trip,” “Rescue 119,” and “Laffie the Wonder Dog.”


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