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Woobou
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What did you guys think of this episode? It was nice to hear Mr. Holstein again.
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I'll be honest, I don't really like the fairy-tale AIOs. I just find them unamusing and boring, and I like the real stories with the characters being themselves.
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Yep, it was good to hear from Wilhelm Holstein again. \:D/ There were a few lines that he had which I found hard to understand because of his thick accent.

I found the first story, The Hare and the Hedgehog, to be more interesting than the second story, The Three Languages (the Doof story).
Is it just me, or did anyone else find the insults the Hare was giving the Hedgehog to be pretty cruel? Sure, I guess that was the idea, and I suppose it may have been meant to be funny, but I still thought some of those remarks were pretty rude, even for Odyssey. :? :noway:

I liked the voice that Phil Lollar did for Doof's father in the second story. It was good!

The two stories were good, but I think it would have been nice for them to have had a common moral.

Oh, and on the Official Podcast, Dave Arnold said that there was a third story that was recorded but was cut from this episode; the story of the country mouse and the city mouse. I hope that the Odyssey team releases it at some point.

This episode was good, but I think I liked the "Rumpelstiltskin" episode better.
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