This really is a good idea. However before I join its really important for me to know what exactly the club stands for. Does it like Jason's awesomeness and spy personality? Does it promote Jason+Connie = <3 ? Does it think that Jason should get married to someone else or not at all?
I'm not saying that everyone has to think the same way in this club, but I do think it's important for me to know what exactly the club stands for as far as Jason is concerned.
Jason wasn't in Cross of Cortez. Do you mean A Search for Whit? (those were similar in that they had archeological themes. )Stella C. wrote:Definitely A Name Not A Number *nods* ...... Or Cross of Cortez.. You know what, Love is In the Air was good as well.. But then again, I really enjoyed Top Floor... Oh forget it, they're all good, I mean, it's Jason...
I do like a Search for Whit a lot. And the others you mentioned. But my favorite is probably the first--A Name Not a Number. It may even be my favorite episode of all time. It made me fall in love with Jason and sparked my imagination for the world of spies in general.
Then there are the sagas--Darkness before Dawn, Novacom, and Green Ring. Those would not be the same without Jason's crucial roles.
Monica Stone: You're using sticks? Now where are the matches?
Jason Whittaker: I couldn't find any. I don't need em anyway. I almost got it with these sticks.
Monica Stone: Jason have you ever made a fire before?
Jason Whittaker: Paula I'll have you know. I survived a blizzard in Tibet because of my expert fire making skills.
Monica Stone: Really Tibet huh?
Jason Whittaker: Ok Wisconsin. But they have some harsh winters up there too.
I picked that one because it's cool that Jason's been to my home state! And yes we do have harsh winters. it's been particularly cold lately (except today ) and it's not even technically winter yet.
"Musical training is a more potent instrument than any other, for rhythm and harmony find their way into the inner places of the soul... making the soul of one who is rightly educated, graceful" -- Socrates
Jason forms his own organization which fights injustice around the world. He would go on missions but his home base would be Odyssey.
This way he can combine the best of both worlds and not compromise his values as he did as an agent, getting 'lost in the labyrinth'. It is kind of like combining his missions work and his agency work into one thing.
If you really love Jason ask AIO to bring back Tasha as a Christian... Or Monica. As of Jason's female friends have one thing in common. Gun toting. Something Connie is not.
Everyone (Blitz doesn't count) fears ninjas, except for one: I, Ninjahunter
Can you change me from the monster you made me? Monster: Starset
I just don't want Jason to leave Odyssey, but I also don't want him to stop having adventures. Unless of course he has a spin-off series of his own.
Where do we have evidence that Jason's a killer? I think that if he kills, it's absolutely necessary, and he doesn't if he doesn't have to. Even though he can stray into the moral gray at times, he's one of the good guys.