If this episode is indeed a Rydell Saga episode, who might the antagonist be. I thought maybe the people who hired Mado might be the bad guys. Or maybe there is no bad guy and Suzu and Morrie are trying to earn Emily's trust and maybe team up. Thoughts, opinions, ideas, rebuttals? I am excited to hear what you come up with.
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Let's Call the Whole Thing Off Episode
This episode has been confirmed to explore more of Morrie's true motivations. And apparently it is a motivation that Phil Lollar doesn't agree with?!
Also, along with Whit, Morrie, Suzu, and Emily, it has been confirmed that there will be some "unexpected characters" in this episode.
Every Novacom Saga, Blackgaard Chronicles, and NSA character are coming to mind. PLEASE bring Richard Maxwell back!! And what do you mean he does not agree with it? Didn't he write the episode?
I honestly don't know. I heard it from here: https://aioaudionews.com/2020/08/29/news-three-new-episodes-updates-on-three-more/
Will Jules move back to California for good?
I don't think so, because there is an episode in 2021 with Jules in it.
Unless the episode takes place outside of Odyssey, anyway.
could be, but is has the following characters
Role Actor Dispatch Unknown Don Polehaus Phil Proctor John Whittaker Andre Stojka Eugene Meltsner Will Ryan Connie Kendall |Katie Leigh Jules Kendall |Shona Rodman Buck Oliver |Robby Bruce Jillian Marshall Monica |Padilla Unknown |Patty McCormack
I don't know if all of these characters would be out of odyssey.
At first I thought the crew was planning on phasing Shona out of the show slowly, but now I'm not sure that's so likely. She's won what, four Avery Awards? Odyssey doesn't usually ditch their most popular crew members. Of course, California Dreams could still be a send-off a la End of an Era, but I think it's more likely that Jules stays in Odyssey. If Jules does leave, then Auto Response will likely featuring her calling Connie/Buck to check up on how things are going in Odyssey.
On a side note (this can be moved to a different discussion topic if you guys want), do you think any Odyssey episodes will directly OR indirectly address the COVID-19 pandemic? Odyssey has purposely made some episodes correlate with real-world events (The YAK Problem, Parker for President) so I wouldn't say it's THAT unlikely. They literally just put out an album called "Hope in Trying Times".
In an Album 70 (I think 70) episode, Wilson Knox catches a virus “that’s been going around” and leads his bible study virtually just in case he would spread it.
I know that in the podcast and club documentary they mentioned that a few episodes will indirectly reference the pandemic but it is not an actual plot point of any new episodes (as far as I know).
Also, I can see California Dreams being similar to Connie, Parts 1-2 in which she went to California and then came back. I don't forsee Jules becoming a Christian in these episodes, but I can see her going back to California and then realizing how much she actually appreciates the town of Odyssey (something like that). Also, based on the episode descriptions, it seems that For a Song and California Dreams are very connected.
I recently said this in a podcast.
That was my theory as well!!
I'm exited to see what Kathy Buchanan has to write!
Yeah. That seems like a good conclusion. I agree. It is very similar to those old episodes.
any final theories before tomorrow?
That's my blog.
For a Song
Just a test to see how it works.
Any last minutes predictions for For a Song?
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