Hey nerds! This episode of the Audio Theatre Central Podcast is a MUST LISTEN. Seriously, if you are a fan of Odyssey you have to listen to this podcast. Why? It’s a behind the scenes of the Get in the Show finale! And it’s got EVERYTHING packed into the hour-long podcast. Interviews with fans, Bob Smiley, the contestants of Get in the Show, Shona Kennedy, Andre Stojka, and Katie Leigh. Also, we get to hear much more such as JD Sutter and Austin Peachey being nerds at Cracker Barrel. You can listen to this awesome edition of the podcast (also known as ATC96) at this link. Not embedded below, for some reason it’s not working today.
Hey, nerds! Book 2 of The Blackgaard Chronicles, Pawn’s Play, had a cover reveal poster at the Get in the Show event. The picture has been uploaded to AIOWiki for all to see until the official reveal.
New art this time! That appears to be Dr. Blackgaard and Richard Maxwell. Stay tuned for more info!
Hey nerds! The new Adventures In Odyssey podcast is up, showing the Get in the Show contest in a nutshell. You can watch the video podcast at this link, or embedded below.
Small biweeklies to feed your inner nerd.
“Frozen Fever” Strikes Odyssey
Finally, four years after the movie’s release, “Frozen Fever” has swept Odyssey.
It started when David Parker and the Parker children decided to have a family movie night. “I don’t normally watch non-Christian movies with the kids,” Mr. Parker said, “But that night was an exception.”
By the end of next week, the Parker children had used their influence to spread the scourge of Frozen throughout their school and the Town of Odyssey. Olivia Parker said, “I think it was almost like a blur of mentioning I watched Frozen. Now that I think about it, it feels like I have pushed the town off a cliff.”
Camilla Parker is also repentant but refused to comment.
Now the town has been ravaged by icicles and snowmen with buck-teeth. “It’s not even winter yet,” Harlow Doyle told us as he stood out in his front yard, constructing a model of Olaf with paper and gluesticks, “And I’ve already found an unnatural draw towards Reindeer.”
Whit’s End was also hit by this “Fever”, Connie Kendall now serving ice cream “A-la-Olaf.” When Bernard Walton came in to wash the windows, we asked him for comment. “I don’t understand what the big deal is,” Bernard said, “It’s just a movie. I really think we need to just let it go.”