Bells Stop Ringing
What was your reaction to
"Something Blue" and the twist in Connie and Mitch's relationship?
Were you surprised, upset... happy? What do you think will happen to Connie
and Mitch now?
am VERY thankful that they did not get married! Oh thank you AIO!!! I was
quite worried for a while but they didn't go through with it and I'm happy.
--Aaron, Age 13
am glad. I dont want Connie with Mitch or with Jimmy Barkley. I think it
would be perfect for her and Jason Whiticker to get together.
--Jamie, Age 12, California
thought it was terrible and mean to let us think that Connie and Mitch were
going to get married, and then not go through with it. Geez!
--Andrea, Age 11, Illinois
was VERY happy when Chris came on at the end of the show!!! I felt sorry
that Connie had to leave Mitch for a long time but I think it was for the
best. I was happy to hear from George again and That June was coming for the
wedding (I was alittle worried that she wouldn't come) and that Whit came. I
cried when I heard Connie ask Whit to walk her down Because I had to ask a
very close friend of mine (my second closest friend #1 being the guy who i
married.lol) to walk me down. And that really hurt so That part really
touched me. I think Kate Leah's acting was good in this episode but I think
it would have been better if she had really cryed. Not just sound like your
GOING to cry. She cried when Mitch was "killed" so why didn't she
cry when he left? I like the kidnapping seen. And how Connie reacted to it.
All in all this was a very well done episode and Connie for once wasn't
immature. Thank you AIO for not leting Connie and Mitch get married. :)
--Victoria, Age 22
at first I was thinking "Ok, this is somewhat depressing, what kind of
jerk would do that to Connie? I wish they had gotten married." And then
it hit me: Why do I want Connie to marry the kind of snitch that would do
this kind of thing to some poor innocent girl? All in all, I'm not glad that
Mitch is gone, and I hope he does not come back. If he's going to act like
that much of a bonehead he should just stay away from nice girls who deserve
wonderful husbands. The idea of proposing to a woman and then just calling
it off because you would prefer to go to Budapest is... insane. Only a true
quack would do such a thing. Mitch had such potential... it's a shame it had
to end this way.
--Emily Witt, Age 14, Ohio, http://www.aioinfo.net
My first reaction...well, I'll start with my reaction as I listened. I
laughed...I was silent for quite a while...and then I cried. Yes, I Carissa
Scroggins, cried. Actually...that's not very surprising....but anyway, my
first reaction after listening was that AIO stunk, and they were deffinitely
heading in the WRONG direction, and I would never listen again, and Mitch
was totally a bad guy all along, and Connie should of just married Rodney
Rathbone...yes, I actually thought that, and I was never going to listen to
AIO again. Over the course of the day however...it went to "Oh, I'll
just never listen to a NEW episode...I'll still listen to the old
ones." And, "Oh...I'll just not listen to the ones with Connie or
Mitch in them..." You get the picture. And then...I saw that there was
a wonderful message behind all of it; God's will is not always what we think
it is, or try to make it! AIO made a hard hitting, but VERY important point.
all in all, I except it and Connie and Mitch are deffinitely doing the right
thing. However, I am a little bit sad the Mitch appears to be out of the
picture of Odyssey for a little while. Who knows...maybe Connie will end up
marrying Rodney...JK. Anyway, this is one of the more powerful episodes to
me, and I am thankful to AIO for doing it. Connie is getting more mature all
the time, I think, and I'm sure that I'll get over the shock...@ some point
some strange reason, I think that Something Blue Part two (Why do I rhyme
all the time?) will be my favorite episode form now on. I know, odd, but it
had a powerful message, and it was a very rare kind of episode that, will
become a classic to me. =)
--Princess Buttercup, Texas
thought it was okay...a little depressing. I think that we won't hear from
Mitch for about two years and then they'll keep dating.
was kind of glad that they didn't get married because it seemed like Mitch
was mainly thinking of what he wanted not what Connie wanted also. Plus I
don't think Connie is mature enough to get married now.
--Valerie, Age 20, California