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Run away from conflict — and you often end up running right back into it!

He loves me, he loves me not? Love — even life itself — is on the line as Connie drives all the way to Washington D.C. to mend fences with Mitch. But his cool reception matches the frigid waters that nearly cost Connie her life during a stopover in West Virginia. A sudden job opportunity abroad creates yet another crisis for their relationship. Meanwhile, Odyssey‘s master of mispronunciation Bart Rathbone decides to sponser — what else? — a Shakespeare festival. But he ends up with more theatrics behind the stage than on it. Throughout these and other conflict-solving stories, kids ages 8 and up will learn that running away from a problem only makes matters worse.

Episodes

  • #513: Do or Diet
    Wooton, Whit, and Bernard decide to go on a diet to help Connie win a scholarship. Will they survive?
  • #521: Hindsight
    We'll take you — to the future! We all have choices — but we don’t all have hindsight. To rehash or change your decisions, come with us to the Room of Consequence where Liz learns that making the right choice the first time makes all the difference!
  • #526: Seeing Red
    Sorry, seems to be the hardest word and it's reached epidemic proportions. Who will be the first to apologize: Connie or Mitch, Mandy or Liz? Even Jack and Joanne have been going at it! Well as they say "the fur is flying" and "they’ve had it up to here" — but someone has to give in!
  • #527: Black Clouds
    A runaway, a storm and a lesson. Lightning strikes and the power goes out. But in the midst of it all answers are found. Find out what happens and how Connie and Lindy prevail. It's a matter of trust that reveals purpose!
  • #528: The Taming of the Two
    Bart Rathbone has a proposal for Edwin Blackgaard. And it involves acting — if doing the commercials for The Electric Palace can be called art. But Mr. Blackgaard has other ideas. You may be asking, "WHAT in the name of Hamlet is going on?"
  • #529: The Mailman Cometh
    Why don't Marvin and Tamika get to do the things that older kids do — like, drink cappuccino — or see scary movies? It just doesn’t make sense. They're both responsible children and there seems to be no reason why they shouldn't be allowed to drive the riding lawn mower. Or — maybe not. It's all about privileges and responsibilities.
  • #530: Silver Lining
    The road trip continues as Connie and Joanne make another stop. It's a pretty spot but the peace doesn't last for long. Just when you think that nothing can go right for the dynamic duo there is a silver lining.
  • #531: Teacher's Pest
    Mandy and Max have absolutely nothing in common — with the possible exception of a lack of civility toward each other. These two enemies are in for a lesson. It's a lesson that means they'll have to work together! Is that really possible? It may be tougher than it looks!
  • #532: Pink Is Not My Color
    Meet Agent Bourland's family. It's great to meet the whole family. But one family member is never around — Agent Bourland himself! But he's not the only one as Connie discovers, Mitch seems to be a part of the few, the proud and the absent as well.
  • #533: Something Blue (Part 1)
    The groom, the bride and The Wedding March. Could it be the day that Connie is given away? Or maybe not. The scene is set and it looks pretty good but in the life of Mitch things aren’t always what they seem. Will they get to "I do"?
  • #534: Something Blue (Part 2)
    The groom, the bride and The Wedding March. Could it be the day that Connie is given away? Or maybe not. The scene is set and it looks pretty good but in the life of Mitch things aren’t always what they seem. Will they get to "I do"?
  • #537: My Girl Hallie
    You'll enter a different place where computers will learn from you. It's a land of shadows, substance — and a lot of weirdness! You've just crossed over into the Twilife Zone!

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