Texas

Episode:

A Single Vote

 

Character:

John Avery Whittaker

 

Quote:

"The story of Jamison Shoemaker begins in the state of Texas." (telling the story of Jamison Shoemaker)

 

Receiver of Quote:

Connie Kendall, Tom Riley, Horace Higgenbotham

 

Audio:

 

Episode:

The Pretty Good Samaritan

 

Character:

Glenn Adams

 

Quote:

"It's got the whole state of Texas in a tizzy." (talking about the dangers of killer bees "headed for Odyssey")

 

Receiver of Quote:

Charles Edward Thompson

 

Audio:

 

Episode:

The Pact II

 

Character:

Young Joanne Woodston-Allen

 

Quote:

"This is my last year at camp. I'm going to school at Texas." (informing her friend of her future plans for college)

 

Receiver of Quote:

Young Agnes Riley

 

Audio:

 

Episode:

The Triangled Web I

 

Character:

Jack Davis

 

Quote:

"Well, I'm going to college in Texas. Plus, I'm working part time." (describing what he's doing since he left Odyssey)

 

Receiver of Quote:

John Avery Whittaker, Connie Kendall, Jimmy Barclay, Lucy Schultz, Curt Stevens

 

Audio:

 

Episode:

BTV: Live!

 

Character:

Connie Kendall

 

Quote:

"Oh, that's right. You guys got married in Texas, didn't ya?" (talking about Jack and Lucy's wedding)

 

Receiver of Quote:

Jack Davis, Lucy Cunningham-Schultz Davis, BTV Viewers

 

Audio:

 

Episode:

Anger Mismanagement

 

Character:

Eva Parker

 

Quote:

"You could do just as well with your hair cutting business in Odyssey as you do in Texas." (arguing with her mother)

 

Receiver of Quote:

Lucia Ortaga

 

Audio:

 

 

  • Historically, Odyssey cannot be located in Texas. In The Ill-Gotten Deed, Whit reads a book, with the first line explaining that Odyssey was founded in the early 1800's. Texas was not a state during this time. Later, Whit confirms in A Single Vote that Texas wasn't a state yet. According to Whit himself, Texas became a state in 1845. Check Texas off the list.
  • Robyn Jacobs provides "Texas" as an answer to a short trivia contest to win $100 in A Test for Robyn. However, not enough evidence is included to prove the Odyssey is or is not in Texas. Yet, other episodes reveal that Odyssey is clearly not in Texas (see above).
  • In Something Old, Something New, Eugene explains that Maureen McFadden has been involved in literary and art scams in Seattle, Toronto, New York, and Houston. His mention of Houston, Texas does not provide enough evidence to suggest that Odyssey is or is not located in Texas. Other episodes indicate that Odyssey is not located in Texas (see above).
  • In The Bible Network, game show host Albert Ross introduces a candidate named Lori who is from Waco, Texas. However, not enough evidence is included to prove the Odyssey is or is not in Texas. Yet, other episodes reveal that Odyssey is clearly not in Texas (see above).

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