Further from the Truth

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#885: “Further from the Truth”
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January 23, 2020
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68: Out of the Blue
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Proverbs 27:17
17As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another.

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Further from the Truth

“Further from the Truth” is episode #885 of the Adventures in Odyssey audio series. It was written by Bob Hoose and Phil Lollar, was originally released in the Adventures in Odyssey Club on January 23, 2020, and originally aired on April 11, 2020.

Summary

Emily finds a strange note in her locker that launches her on a mystery. The more she investigates, the more she sees that the path of clues is connected to her best friend Matthew Parker!

Plot

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Cast

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Character Mentioned By
Don Polehaus John Whittaker
Dorothy Jones Emily Jones
Olivia Parker Suzu Rydell
Eva Parker Suzu Rydell
Mrs. Mays Suzu Rydell
David Parker Emily Jones
Camilla Parker Emily Jones
Katrina Meltsner Emily Jones
Buck Oliver Eugene Meltsner
Connie Kendall Eugene Meltsner


Notes

Trivia
  • The clock strikes thirteen in the scene where Emily, Suzu, and Morrie visit Eugene at the college.

Quotes

Emily Jones: <annoyed> Matthew, what a surprise.


Morrie Rydell: Find and protect?


Morrie Rydell: Japanese is such a beautiful written language. Wish I could read it. <hands notebook to Suzu> Here you go.
Suzu Rydell: Thank you.
Morrie Rydell: Maybe you could teach me one day, huh?
Suzu Rydell: Perhaps... when you are ready to learn.


Morrie Rydell: Awesome! Your detective skills are just… awesome!


Emily Jones: This whole thing could be someone’s idea of a joke.


Emily Jones: <reading> Questions are good when asked of the right people. People are good when making a truthful choice. The wrong questions to the wrong people can be a choice gone wrong.
Morrie Rydell: Is that like a riddle?
Suzu Rydell: Sounds like a warning.


Morrie Rydell: What if someone’s helping us find proof of a wrong-doing — a mystery person helping us solve another mystery.


Morrie Rydell: I’m good with numbers.


Morrie Rydell: And it doesn’t matter anyway, since now we’ve hit a dead end.


Emily Jones: There were gaps in the logic.

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