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So, what did everyone think of this episode?
"Next up, Mark Morgan's message to all math maniacs in the middle school is meaningful if you mingle by the mezzanine for a momentous mix of methodological mayhem and a menagerie of multiplicative inversions. Ha ha ha! I bet I could say this backwards. Inversions multiplicative of menagerie a and mayhem methodological..."
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I liked it!
The actor for Buddy, Stuart Allan, first mentioned this episode during a recent interview on the Official Adventures in Odyssey Podcast. I was surprised that it has appeared in Album 71.

I thought that this episode would pick up from where “The Team” left off. As it turned out, it didn’t. It’s an entirely separate episode, not related to the Rydell Saga. I had thought the entirety of Album 71 would be about Emily. Although it wasn’t what I expected, I still liked it!

This is the 5th episode to be written by Abigail Geiger, the new writer for Odyssey. I liked it and think that this her best one yet. It was a unique episode. Buddy, Zoe, and Jay all recording a show was pretty fun to hear. But I was confused as to where this episode takes place. Were they using the Kids’ Radio studio? A few times Jay said that the show was brought to you by, “JZB Radio”, or something like that. Kids’ Radio wasn’t mentioned.:?

Apparently, Jay has another cousin we’ve never heard of: Vincent. I wish he’d had some dialogue. It felt a little strange to have a character who doesn’t say anything in an episode.

The part with Vincent doing random sound effects was hilarious! I especially liked Jay’s line, “Excuse my, uh… cow…” :lol: I couldn’t stop laughing.

The music was good here. Looks like we have a new regular composer for Odyssey. This is the second episode which the music was done by Tyler Michael Smith. The first episode he did the music for was “Search for a Sunflower”, and I think it was really good in both episodes. :clap:

The kids recorded 4 different endings for their show. I’m curious to know which ending everyone liked best. Was the way Buddy re-wrote it at the end the proper way to end it? Personally, I thought Buddy’s first ending, where Dee sold the ring herself and was lying about the ring being stolen, was the best.
That’s all I’ll say for now. I need to hear it a few more times, but I must say that it was a good episode!
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Polehaus53 wrote:
Sun Jul 25, 2021 7:41 am
I liked it!
The actor for Buddy, Stuart Allan, first mentioned this episode during a recent interview on the Official Adventures in Odyssey Podcast. I was surprised that it has appeared in Album 71.

I thought that this episode would pick up from where “The Team” left off. As it turned out, it didn’t. It’s an entirely separate episode, not related to the Rydell Saga. I had thought the entirety of Album 71 would be about Emily. Although it wasn’t what I expected, I still liked it!

This is the 5th episode to be written by Abigail Geiger, the new writer for Odyssey. I liked it and think that this her best one yet. It was a unique episode. Buddy, Zoe, and Jay all recording a show was pretty fun to hear. But I was confused as to where this episode takes place. Were they using the Kids’ Radio studio? A few times Jay said that the show was brought to you by, “JZB Radio”, or something like that. Kids’ Radio wasn’t mentioned.:?

Apparently, Jay has another cousin we’ve never heard of: Vincent. I wish he’d had some dialogue. It felt a little strange to have a character who doesn’t say anything in an episode.

The part with Vincent doing random sound effects was hilarious! I especially liked Jay’s line, “Excuse my, uh… cow…” :lol: I couldn’t stop laughing.

The music was good here. Looks like we have a new regular composer for Odyssey. This is the second episode which the music was done by Tyler Michael Smith. The first episode he did the music for was “Search for a Sunflower”, and I think it was really good in both episodes. :clap:

The kids recorded 4 different endings for their show. I’m curious to know which ending everyone liked best. Was the way Buddy re-wrote it at the end the proper way to end it? Personally, I thought Buddy’s first ending, where Dee sold the ring herself and was lying about the ring being stolen, was the best.
That’s all I’ll say for now. I need to hear it a few more times, but I must say that it was a good episode!
This episode seemed weird and good at the same time. it felt like it was written as a live episode, but was extended to a full length episode. Also I agree that even though it did seem a little cliché to me, the first ending worked best, I might have to list to the end again, as i thought I'd need to adjust MY frequency to understand it. lastly, I'm glad they toned down the thing Jay has about Zoe, but I do believe that just about everyone is over it.
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I liked this episode. It was unique and probably safe to say unexpected. I didn't realize this would be the episode Stuart Allan mentioned in his recent podcast interview, so that was an interesting surprise.
I definitely agree that the Jay-Zoe thing is getting old, but at least it wasn't so bad in this episode.
I do look forward to seeing where the Jay-Buddy friendship goes. They are probably one of my favorite current character combos.

Current rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars.
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"Next up, Mark Morgan's message to all math maniacs in the middle school is meaningful if you mingle by the mezzanine for a momentous mix of methodological mayhem and a menagerie of multiplicative inversions. Ha ha ha! I bet I could say this backwards. Inversions multiplicative of menagerie a and mayhem methodological..."
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