Whit's Foreign Lines

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Hal Smith passed away before the recording of #280: “Gone...”, so Focus on the Family used lines used in previous episodes before they found the new voice; Paul Herlinger.

#280: “Gone...”

Line Used Episode and Instance
At the airport: "Uh huh." #211: “The Mortal Coil, Part 1”
"(laugh) Okay, Tom."
"Will do."
"Well, I'd better be going." #271: “The Secret Keys of Discipline”
"Okay." #7: “Promises, Promises”
"Hmmm?" #212: “The Mortal Coil, Part 2”
"Bye, Tom."
"God bless." #159: “The Homecoming”
On the airplane: "No, no, no, no, I'll do it." #171: “The Cross of Cortes, Part 1”
"No, no, I have enough pillows, thanks." #213: “Best Intentions”
"Ah, let's see now, which book should I start with next?" #213: “Best Intentions”
"Lord, help me relax about this." #51: “Connie, Part 1”
Later on the airplane: "Good grief!" #182: “The Scales of Justice”
"Oh, Eugene!" "#137: “Back to Bethlehem, Part 3”"
Whit's speech thanking the town. Hal Smith thanking everyone at FOTF for the cards given him when his wife died.
In a letter to Eugene: "The Best is Yet to Come." #262: “A Prayer for George Barclay”

#330: “The Time Has Come”

Line Used Episode and Instance
On answering machine at beginning: "Hello....hel-hello?" #54: “Peace on Earth”
"Eugene? Connie?" #62: “Let This Mind Be in You”
"(indecipherable)...in Jerusalem" #226: “An Adventure in Bethany, Part 1”
"I'll call you later." #54: “Peace on Earth”
In Imagination Station: "Eugene?"
"Eugene?" #142: “Train Ride”
"Answer me."
"Are you all right?"
"Eugene?" #255: “The Boy Who Cried 'Destructo!'”
"Eugene, are you in here?"
"Your whole future is at stake here." #76: “Eugene's Dilemma”
"Push the red button." #66: “The Imagination Station, Part 1”
"Hold on tight."
On answering machine later: "Hey, anybody home? Anbody?" #168: “The Curse”
"Connie, Eugene? Where are you?" #73: “A Bite of Applesauce”
"(sigh) Eugene, we have to talk." #213: “Best Intentions”
"It's something I've been praying about since I met you." #232: “Thy Kingdom Come”
"It's very hard to explain." #123: “Castles and Cauldrons, Part 2”
"I'd like to talk to you about (that)." #240: “And the Glory”
"Hold down the fort will you, okay?" #116: “Isaac the Benevolent”