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Strike up the band! Odyssey‘s favorite son is home! He was gone for years. And now that he‘s back, you‘re about to hear a lot more of Eugene! The first six episodes focus on Eugene‘s mysterious attempts to slip into town unnoticed. Why was he gone so long and more importantly, why is Whit hiding the fact that he‘s back? In the concluding six stories, Eugene prepares to marry his long-time girlfriend, Katrina. But Connie‘s over-the-top wedding plans didn't call for a burning basement, unruly swans or a missing bride and groom! Eugene Returns! celebrates the long-awaited return of a friend who stayed away far too long.

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Episodes

  • #560: The Present Long Ago
    There, Brandon is getting a lesson from his grandmother. It turns out that Brandon is being bullied around at school. In an attempt to help him, his grandmother brings out a diary given to her by someone special from long ago. She tells the story of a boy from the past (Trent) who is being bullied by a kid named Max.
  • #561: Lost By a Nose
    Journalism is a tough business — especially when it's investigative! Liz is reporting on a tale of discrimination — a beauty contest set up for beauty-full people. Liz is entering as a contestant to infiltrate the operation from the inside! But there's one thing Liz didn't figure on — it appears that beauty and brains can co-exist. But there's more than meets the eye!
  • #562: The Last "I Do"
    Thrills, chills, daring rescues, chases, and winning the heart of the beautiful girl! That's what Valentine's Day is all about! At least it is once you hear the true story of St. Valentine. Claudius has declared war on families and Valentine fights back! Connie introduces us to the real Valentine, what he stood for and how romance, marriage and families were saved by his heroics!
  • #563: Tuesdays with Wooton
    A lonely boy is accused of stealing mail. All he needs is a friend — and Wooten seems to fit the bill. But can Wooten really trust the boy? Can he help him? And is it worth the risk?
  • #564: A Most Intriguing Question
    It's something big. Whit is working on a secret project. It's more serious than anyone realizes. But the pay-off is worth the trouble.
  • #565: A Most Surprising Answer
    Everyone reacts to the shocking news. Eugene and Katrina have come home? But the explanation is even more surprising. What happened to Eugene and Katrina? Why have they been missing for so long?
  • #566: A Most Extraordinary Conclusion
    Whit has a plan to restore Eugene's lost memory. But not everyone thinks it's a good idea. Will Eugene's memory ever return?
  • #567: Two Friends and a Truck
    Have you ever heard the phrase, "Friends don't let friends drive their trucks?" [I've never heard the phrase either, but it might've been good advice for Bernard.] A lot of things are happening very quickly. How will he break the news to Bernard?
  • #568: The Power of One
    Once I heard on KYDS [kids] radio — a different kind of a radio show — with stories in fun size — they call them shorts — like David and Goliath meets Wide World of Sports — A couple of WHAM! Then a little BOOM! But wait — not so soon. There's more to be heard Samson so strong — and why is that so? 'Cause his hair is too long. It's theater with drama but mostly comedy.
  • #569: The Invisible Dog
    I've seen miniature breeds before but this one seems SMALLER than usual. I mean — this dog is so small, you can’t even see it. Is there more than meets the eye to this invisible dog? And is there another way of looking at this entire situation?
  • #570: For Better or for Worse (Part 1)
    Today's the day! Eugene and Katrina's wedding! Except, where are Eugene and Katrina? This seems like a comedy of errors — but no one is laughing! What else can go wrong?
  • #571: For Better or for Worse (Part 2)
    Today's the day! Eugene and Katrina's wedding! Except, where are Eugene and Katrina? This seems like a comedy of errors — but no one is laughing! What else can go wrong?