Album 70

Hidden in all this dust lies the hypothesis of many AIO fans. What do you feel is sure to happen, and what should stay buried? Chris says keep listening, we say speculate.
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The working title for Album 70 is "Finding a Way", what do you guys think of the title. It will include an episode called "Unrelatable", and the summary is "A call from a mysterious person stirs up Connie’s candid conversation on live radio!".
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I wonder if Jumping Off, Jumping In and the Calhoun family episode that was bumped from Album 69 will be in this album.
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Peachey Keen wrote:
Tue Jun 02, 2020 8:23 pm
I wonder if Jumping Off, Jumping In and the Calhoun family episode that was bumped from Album 69 will be in this album.
Probably, that would also make less work for odyssey.
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Trista: Isn't it great to be an indevidual now, not just someone who wears what society tells them to wear?
Jules: But your telling my what to wear.
Trista: Of course, I'm your publicist, it's my job.

~#902 California Dreams, Part 1~


Don't let them insult you, or make you feel sad after you make a mistake, keep walking, you shouldn't change to follow the crowd, you are always special in God's eyes.

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Album 70 is now on Amazon!
https://www.amazon.com/dp/1646070232/re ... 711&sr=8-1
It will be released on CD on March 9th, 2021.
Here's the summary:
Adventures in Odyssey volume 70 includes the first episodes ever recorded remotely with the actors in their home studios rather than together in one place. Finding A Way continues storylines and characters from volume 69: Best Kept Secrets. This volume is sure to be a hit with your family and help you initiate great conversations with your kids.
The summary doesn't say much about what the episodes are about, only that they were recorded remotely and that they 'continue storylines and characters' from Album 69.
"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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ASmouseInTheHouse wrote:
Sun Jun 21, 2020 9:58 am
Album 70 is now on Amazon!
https://www.amazon.com/dp/1646070232/re ... 711&sr=8-1
It will be released on CD on March 9th, 2021.
Here's the summary:
Adventures in Odyssey volume 70 includes the first episodes ever recorded remotely with the actors in their home studios rather than together in one place. Finding A Way continues storylines and characters from volume 69: Best Kept Secrets. This volume is sure to be a hit with your family and help you initiate great conversations with your kids.
The summary doesn't say much about what the episodes are about, only that they were recorded remotely and that they 'continue storylines and characters' from Album 69.
Just saw that as well! Can't wait for the album.
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Trista: Isn't it great to be an indevidual now, not just someone who wears what society tells them to wear?
Jules: But your telling my what to wear.
Trista: Of course, I'm your publicist, it's my job.

~#902 California Dreams, Part 1~


Don't let them insult you, or make you feel sad after you make a mistake, keep walking, you shouldn't change to follow the crowd, you are always special in God's eyes.

~C. R.~
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I really doubt that the summary on Amazon is an official one. I don't think they would call out the fact about the remote recordings. That would detract from the actual plot summaries. I hope we actually don't get the real summary until after Album 69 airs on the Club. I don't want any Morrie or Jules spoilers in the summary.
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Album 70 has a cover art. It was revealed on the official website, but is now gone.
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Trista: Isn't it great to be an indevidual now, not just someone who wears what society tells them to wear?
Jules: But your telling my what to wear.
Trista: Of course, I'm your publicist, it's my job.

~#902 California Dreams, Part 1~


Don't let them insult you, or make you feel sad after you make a mistake, keep walking, you shouldn't change to follow the crowd, you are always special in God's eyes.

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Woah good find! Candid Conversations with Connie is always a treat!
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MonkeyDude wrote:
Thu Jul 02, 2020 6:13 pm
Woah good find! Candid Conversations with Connie is always a treat!
Actually someone else found it then posted it on the wiki, but thanks anyway! Also if you look behind Wooton's head there is a picture of Jason, in fact it is a mirrored portrait of the Jason in the doorway in the cover art!
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Trista: Isn't it great to be an indevidual now, not just someone who wears what society tells them to wear?
Jules: But your telling my what to wear.
Trista: Of course, I'm your publicist, it's my job.

~#902 California Dreams, Part 1~


Don't let them insult you, or make you feel sad after you make a mistake, keep walking, you shouldn't change to follow the crowd, you are always special in God's eyes.

~C. R.~
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Carl got the full list from Nathan Hoobler (Exact order unknown):

"Unrelatable"
"Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off"
"Jumping Off, Jumping In"
"Auto Response"
"The Protector"
"The Christmas Bells"

Here's what I said on the TOO:
Ok. I have thoughts. First I'm disappointed "Auto Response" isn't a two-parter. I really thought it would be, mainly due to it's large cast of main characters. Anyone else find their pattern of: "Album of single episodes, Album dominated by multi-parters, Album of single episodes", Really odd? And I wish there was a Jules episode about her "Finding a Way", instead of two Perkins episodes. (I like the Perkins, I just don't think they should get 2 episodes in these already tiny albums) I wouldn't expect any references to "California Dreams" in "Auto Response".

Ok, now for what really confuses me: first I'm glad they're actually putting a Christmas show in an album instead of the club, but, Why would they put "The Christmas Bells" in an album that releases in March?!?! I know it will probably release in December on the club, but everyone else is going to be confused at hearing a Christmas show in MARCH. Is it not a real Christmas episode? (Meaning they're singing Christmas songs at a different time of year for some reason, if so, I'll be very disappointed) Will they air it on the radio early this December? That would be a nice treat for fans. I'm so confused, I need answers!!!
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I'm very pleased that Auto Response is not a Club episode.
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Thu Sep 03, 2020 10:46 am
And I wish there was a Jules episode about her "Finding a Way", instead of two Perkins episodes. (I like the Perkins, I just don't think they should get 2 episodes in these already tiny albums)
I'd have to agree.

Yes! A Christmas episode in an album! I had been wondering if they would do one soon. Seriously, the last Christmas episode in an album was Grandma's Christmas Visit... a decade ago!
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Thu Sep 03, 2020 10:46 am
Ok, now for what really confuses me: first I'm glad they're actually putting a Christmas show in an album instead of the club, but, Why would they put "The Christmas Bells" in an album that releases in March?!?! I know it will probably release in December on the club, but everyone else is going to be confused at hearing a Christmas show in MARCH. Is it not a real Christmas episode? (Meaning they're singing Christmas songs at a different time of year for some reason, if so, I'll be very disappointed) Will they air it on the radio early this December? That would be a nice treat for fans. I'm so confused, I need answers!!!
The usual confusion because of the Club's early release date :yes: But I bet that after its initial airing, it will only air in December, like all the other Christmas episodes.
"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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Here is what I wrote on ToO:
CarlR wrote:
AIOrocks101 wrote:
CarlR wrote:Through Nathan Hoobler, I can confirm that these episodes will appear in album 70:

"Jumping Off, Jumping In”
“Auto Response”
“The Christmas Bells”
“The Protector”
Ok. I have thoughts. First I'm disappointed "Auto Response" isn't a two-parter. I really thought it would be, mainly due to it's large cast of main characters. Anyone else find their pattern of: "Album of single episodes, Album dominated by multi-parters, Album of single episodes", Really odd? And I wish there was a Jules episode about her "Finding a Way", instead of two Perkins episodes. (I like the Perkins, I just don't think they should get 2 episodes in these already tiny albums) I wouldn't expect any references to "California Dreams" in "Auto Response".

Ok, now for what really confuses me: first I'm glad they're actually putting a Christmas show in an album instead of the club, but, Why would they put "The Christmas Bells" in an album that releases in March?!?! I know it will probably release in December on the club, but everyone else is going to be confused at hearing a Christmas show in MARCH. Is it not a real Christmas episode (Meaning they're singing Christmas songs at a different time of year for some reason, if so, I'll be very disappointed) Will they air it on the radio early this December? That would be a nice treat for fans. I'm so confused, I need answers!!! ](*,)
I do with there was a Jules episode in album 70, it seems like Kathy has been inactive in Odyssey since January. That is kinda weird to have a Christmas episode in March, but oh well! Maybe they will align the episodes so that "The Christmas Bells" releases in the club on Christmas Eve, I just checked the calendar and and Christmas eve this year is on a Thursday, the day when episodes in the spring/winter album release on the club! I agree, we need answers!! "Calling" Oh Nathan! :lol:

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CarlR wrote:Through Nathan Hoobler, I can confirm that these episodes will appear in album 70:

"Jumping Off, Jumping In”
“Auto Response”
“The Christmas Bells”
“The Protector”
YESS! I'm so hyped! Thanks for the info, Carl! This is so exciting!

I was not anticipating "The Christmas Bells" to be on a mainstream album because when was the last time we got a mainstream Christmas episode? Lol and the album will officially be released in March, so a chunck of people will hear the episode in March. :lol:

Two Perkins family episodes in one album again, like album 68! I love the Perkins so I am excited about that! I have been waiting for "Jumping Off, Jumping In" since it was said to be in album 69 (but obviously that didn't work out).

I'm reminded of "The Toy" when I see the cast for "Auto Response." A big cast of characters, it's Detective Polehaus centric, and it's written by Phil Lollar. Color me intrigued!
It's weird because all the episodes in this album are either written by Marshal Younger or Phil Lollar, no Kathy Buchanan which we haven't had in a long time. I am exited to see how Phil Lollar writes for Jillian in "Auto Response". I am exited to hear "The Christmas Bells", apparently It's a Christmas musical episode, which we haven't had since when, "Caroling, Caroling"? All in all I think this will be a pretty solid album.
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Trista: Isn't it great to be an indevidual now, not just someone who wears what society tells them to wear?
Jules: But your telling my what to wear.
Trista: Of course, I'm your publicist, it's my job.

~#902 California Dreams, Part 1~


Don't let them insult you, or make you feel sad after you make a mistake, keep walking, you shouldn't change to follow the crowd, you are always special in God's eyes.

~C. R.~
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