Wyatt starts taking silly risks, like eating hot chips, leaping from sheds, and venturing into the lair of a ravenous beast. Is Jay putting him up to it … or is it tied to something that happened to his sister?
Jason and Wilson tell Zoe the story of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, the author of a famous Christmas carol. It’s a story filled with joy, tragedy, and ultimately truth about God’s role in difficult circumstances.
When Connie’s car is stolen, Detective Polehaus tracks down what really happened and the surprising link to other Odyssey residents.
After a caller says that her on-radio advice is unrealistic, Connie puts Wooton’s scheduled show on hold to convince her audience that she can, in fact, relate to her listeners.
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Wyatt attempts to use his newfound protective instinct “superpower,” while Carla worries that she’s losing connection to her daughter, Bridget.
Emily Jones is pulled into another case when she gets in trouble for having a cell phone in class that she insists is not her own. Upon reaching detention, she finds that Morrie and Suzu Rydell have also been falsely accused.