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The Nerdlies, Issue 20

Odyssey Fans Sprinting Through Streets

By Kungfunaomi

Because of the recent airing of new episodes from Album 63, fans have been taking to the streets from the phenomena known as “spontaneti exerci episodus“. In other words, fans are taking spontaneous exercise after listening to a good episode of Adventures in Odyssey.
This phenomena has been observed to start right about when a listener hears Darkness Before Dawn. The listener then finds him or herself running around outside, or perhaps pacing in the shower, for a good while until they calm down and listen to the next episode. Adventures in Odyssey fans have never been cleaner.
So, with the airing of Album 63 episodes every Saturday, fans have been taking to the streets yet again, and the city’s water bill is doubling with all the showers they are taking. We will keep you updated with the latest.

What’s the deal with #825?

What’s the deal with #825?

Hey, nerds! Prepare to be baffled and confused…

We have a problem.

Or should I say, we are about to have a problem. We will now be racking our brains tonight, trying to figure out what’s the deal with episode 825.

Let me explain. The Adventures in Odyssey Club episodes are totally and 100% canon, but they are offset from the current Odyssey timeline. There and Back Again, Part 1 just aired in the AIOClub, listed as episode #822. Part 2 of the episode is listed as episode #823, and Part 3 is listed as episode #824.

Great. So what’s the problem?

Well, first we have to understand that Album 63 takes place after There and Back Again. Find A Penny part 1, which just aired, is listed as episode #826.

#826… wait a minute…

# 822: There and Back Again Part 1
# 823: There and Back Again Part 2
#824: There and Back Again Part 3
#826: Find A Penny, Part 1

My friends, we are missing an episode. This was on purpose. The AIOWiki podcast interview with Nathan Hoobler and Sam Suksiri came out just a couple days ago, and they asked Nathan about the secret episode:

“825 is an answer that you’ll have to- just trust me on this one and say that: it will make sense by the time December rolls around, and I can’t say too much more than that.”
-Nathan Hoobler

December = the release date for Album 64 in the AIO Club. We are going to go back in time, my friends, with one of these episodes. And my speculation? The Jones and Parker mystery that was cut from Album 63? Oh yeah, it happened. Someone is weaving a web.

What’s your opinion? Let me know!

Source/VIA: AIOWiki.com

The Nerdlies, Issue 19

Eugene Meltsner Becomes A Rapper

By Kungfunaomi

Yes, our faithful readers, the fated day has finally come when Eugene Meltsner decided to diverge into rap music. When asked about the change, Eugene replied, “I just thought I’d add it to my forte, yo.” We couldn’t tell if he was serious, we were too blinded by his huge gold necklace.
Eugene is currently recording his first single, “You Jest”, which will be released to the public within the month. It is currently unknown if he will release other subsequent singles or an album, but we will keep you informed with the latest.

The Nerdlies, Issue 18

Odyssey To Be Powered By Complaints Of Fans

By Kungfunaomi

Odyssey will soon become one of the only cities that recycles 70% of their mail.
Day in and day out, hate mail comes in. But, the Odyssians view that as a positive thing, as it is free electricity for the city.
Last week, the Odyssey-Connlesville Power Company officially switched Odyssey over to “ThermalHate” power. They have begun burning over three tons of nasty letters to fuel Odyssey’s houses, businesses, and apartment complexes.
“I distinctly recall being elated when we switched over the plant,” Eugene Meltsner, one of the attendees to the switching ceremony said, “It is as if we have turned something intended to be maddening into something good.” He also said they should probably just burn all opinion letters of any kind.

Odyssey is also looking into powering the city’s cars with tears of Mitch fans.