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|#839: Met His Match|
Penny Bassett teams up with Olivia Parker to play matchmaker for both Connie and Whit.
|#842: Mean Streak|
Connie's arrogant high school rival and teen tormentor Tiffani comes to town, eager to reconnect, making Connie wonder what she's up to. Has the mean girl turned over a new leaf? Or is there more to her visit than meets the eye? Meanwhile, Valerie returns and seems to wind up a different color, causing Jules some of her own mean girl issues.
|#843: Always Do Your Best-ish|
Olivia and Renee run into unexpected obstacles while working on a school play and a new Imagination Station program.
A friendly game of chess ends abruptly when painful memories put Whit and Wilson's friendship to the test.
|#845: Walk Worthy|
Buddy joins faith-based scouting organization Trail Life, then finds trouble with help from Jay Smouse. Eventually, tall tales have him afraid of his elderly, one-armed neighbor, Mr. Handelman.
|#846: The Last Straw|
Connie accidentally insults someone on her radio show, which leads to unexpected consequences. Meanwhile, Olivia contributes to the demise of Camilla's science project.
|#847: Beyond Repair|
Pastor Knox tries to help a conflicted young woman, Alicia, who decides to visit her father in prison. She had been disappointed by her father for years.
|#848: The New Olivia|
Fun-loving Vice Principal Morris approaches Olivia Parker about representing the school at a big leadership conference. Thus ensues a series of deceptions that converge at the worst possible time and place.
|#849: Out to Sea|
The story at the center of "B-TV: Idolatry" is a sequel of sorts to "Gifts for Madge and Guy".