"I knew my place. There were certain parts of New York you just
didn't go if you were of a certain persuasion, if you catch my
drift." (attempting to prove he isn't a bigot, although
listeners may disagree)
she did kinda remind me of my neighbor's daughter back in New York,
although I never really got to know her. We could always hear her
talkin' on the phone. Talk, talk, talk..." (referring to a
photo in Robert Mitchell's briefcase)
"He arranged to get you on a
flight first thing tomorrow, but he wants you with him in New York."
(explaining Bill Kendall's flight arrangement)
Receiver of Quote:
While presenting a riddle to the
kids at Whit's End, Whit references the city of Buffalo (along
with Cincinnati and Detroit) in
although he doesn't say any states. He attempts to prove that he
is in neither of the cities.
Donna Barclay briefly mentions in
Our Best Vacation
Ever that Robyn Jacobs and her family are going on vacation
to New York City.
The Search for
Whit, Jason is headed from the Middle East to New York and
then to Odyssey. The flight announcer states, "Flight for New
York now boarding." Jason responds that this is his flight. It
can be deducted that his flight to New York isn't his ultimate
destination because multiple references throughout the series
prove that Odyssey is not in New York
Singers, a talking painting of Frederick Douglass explains
that the Jubilee Singers go on tour from Ohio to New York.
Not enough clues are given to
prove that Odyssey is or is not located in New York. Yet, other
episodes indicate that Odyssey is not located in New York (see
Sergeant York II,
Harry claims he "came across God in New York." Since this is
merely stated during a Kids Radio production,
not enough clues are given to
prove that Odyssey is or is not located in New York.Yet, other episodes indicate that Odyssey is not located
in New York (see above).