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355: The Search for Whit I
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May 18, 1996

Jason and Eugene receive a special package from Whit in the Middle East. But when they go looking for him, Whit has disappeared!


Characters
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Character
Actor
App.
# 1
# 159
# 102
# 1
# 25
# 235
# 6


Production Team
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Paul McCusker   Mark Drury
Paul McCusker   Mark Drury
Writer
Director
  Sound Designer


Trivia
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This is the first episode featuring Paul Herlinger as Whit. The fan response was so overwhelming the Odyssey writers decided to bring Whit back as a major character.
- J

This three parter technically has two parts; the first being the return of Whit, of course, and the second being the supposed find of Jesus' bones. This second plot was included because of the speculations going around at the time about what the Dead Sea Scroll's contained, which were soon to be released to the public. Like the 'bones' in this story, the Scrolls situation turned out just fine.
- Jonathan

This is also Whit's first episode since The time has come episode number #330
- Jared DeWhite

Alfred Browne was mentioned in the Jesus cloth here he actually appears.
- David

There is no such thing as the "Q" document...why would someone like Matthew use someone else's "gospel" when he himself followed Jesus for three years?
- Reepicheep


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