An unprecedented wave of criminal activity has broken over the town, and its citizens are stunned. Thefts, broken windows, graffiti... who on earth is behind this outbreak of lawlessness? It’s up to the crew at Whit’s End to find out. But as Jack, Jason, Eugene and the others set out to uncover the answer, they face a tremendous test of faith, friendship and forgiveness. Will they get through this dark time to see the light of dawn?
There are no extra features on this album, but the episodes do feature a total of 3 minutes and 19 seconds of extra scenes that had to be deleted from the original broadcast versions in order to keep them at the appropriate time for the radio.
Eleven of the episodes in this album contributed to a massive storyline that ended many long-standing AIO points. This album wrapped up the Dr. Regis Blackgaard saga, Eugene's salvation, some of the history of Odyssey, and a few minor points. The only episode that does not contribute to any of these storylines is 323: A Little Credit, Please.
The Bones of Wrath are behind the vandalism and Butch is used as a spy to give information to Jack's 'good' gang: 'The Israelites'. But when Butch is caught and beaten up by the Bones' new leader Jellyfish, Jack disbands the group.
Jason returns to Odyssey and is interested in opening the underground tunnel as a display. A state inspector must be called, who turns out to be Professor Bovril and Philip Glossman, who insist they will have to investigate a 'mineral' in the tunnel. Jason learns about the Israelites and is determined to start them up again, which causes Jack to quit his job at Whit's End.
A new Mayoral candidate has entered the race to replace Tom Riley...Dr. Regis Blackgaard! And unfortunately for Whit's End and the town of Odyssey, he's receiving a lot of support! Edwin Blackgaard leaves town as his brother returns. Jason visits Blackgaard, but Blackgaard records the conversation to piece together later. The city council closes Whit's End.