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And Eugene's taller than Whit?EUGENE
It mat be helpful if you told us what's in your mind.
I probably should, since this may be connected. But... it's hard to talk about. And no one knows. That's why this whole [thing] is so... bizarre.
Tou can be assured of our [comprehension] and total confidence. Right, Matthew?
Yeah - and I'll keep it a secret too.
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The stuffed owl, the parrot flying and the immature female mallard duck, could be symbols of AIO in different time (Before first hiatus, between first and second hiatus, and after second hiatus), or maybe the 3 Whits. The owl the parrot and the duck are all unique, the Owl has wings for speed and maneuverability, the parrot has wings for soring and the duck is meant to be able to land on water.
The clock tower from the television series could have to do with the inspiration station, or the end music, or both.
Eugene and the new brainiac were the only two characters not involved in some other picture, but by them selves, which seemed odd. There must be some sort of connection there.
There was the unrealistic sexist height chart
There also is what looked like a recipe.
Maybe also a Mexican recipe??
I think the clock tower is just for the title of album 52. That we already know.
At the top right, there is some random text, probably containing a hidden meaning. "And now these th"...
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What makes you think that?31899 wrote:The black rose I think is connected to the script.
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I don't really think that Blackgaard is coming back, especially now that Earl Boen moved to Florida. I think that Richard Maxwell will come back, bring his mind altering colonge, and Whit will go insane again, and really fall off the clock tower again. Let's hope not.
I'm pretty sure that we will be learning some basic Spanish, and apparently we will have two new kid characters, Alicia, and Andrew! Are they twins or something? Come to think of it, besides the set of twins in Bringing up Dads, and the Blackgaard brothers, Odyssey seems to be a twin-free city.
And who knows! Maybe the recipe is the long coveted secret recipe for Raspberry Ripple!
Did you see that the black rose file name is "another-black-rose-bu...". It sounds like there might be two of them. The owls file name is "Owl Mascot.JPG" So it is a mascot! I hope it isn't the mascot of Odyssey.
Also the thing is the background I think is a PDF document and in that document is says "POR FAVOR - GRACIAS - THAN..." I wonder what that could mean.
The black rose indicates night or danger.
The clock tower and the height chart combined indicate the passage of time and the inevitability of change in our lives. I'm guessing that a more sinister meaning exists as well for the clock tower, since it looks so much like a Dr. Blackgaard set-up, though of course I'm sure it isn't him. In albums 52 or 53, could the Chairman be making a return, or at least one of his henchmen? The black rose could fit in there somewhere. A warning, maybe? A clue? Or death. Maybe there are no bad guys but an episode about death instead. Or both.
Oops, I just read the description of "For the Birds" on the Odyssey Scoop:
I didn't read that before I wrote my prediction, and none of the birds look like blue jays, but they still could be connected to this episode either through the Parkers and/or Eugene's part of the story.Odyssey Scoop wrote:Camilla Parker desperately wants a pet, but her family seems to suffer from the "Parker Family Pet Curse." To prove her responsibility, Camilla takes care of a baby blue jay. Meanwhile, Eugene has his own run-in with some feathered foes – which leads to drastic action!
Just a few guesses on my part!
What the blue thing says, with guesses for word completions in brackets, just for further reference:
... [cu]ps choco[late] ... mooth
... soda wat[er]
... chocola[te] ... [c]ups
... oped Crea ... [w]hipped cream
... [choc]olate drizzle
... [PA]RKERS! (Learn sp[anish] ... with the ...
POR FAVOR - PLEASE GRACIAS - THAN[K YOU]
Finish What You...
Doors are opening up for Olivia Parker - too many actually! After signing up for guitar lessons with Eugene, she also agrees to star in Connie's play. How can she possibly juggle the schedule?
The Jubilee Singers, Parts 1, 2, & 3
A talking portrait of Frederick Douglass tells Olivia Parker the story of the Jubilee Singers - a talented ted group of African-American students assemble to save their school from financial disaster.
Behind the Scene Booklet
-A Poster on One Side featering Character Bios on the entire Parker Family, Whit, Connie, Eugene, and Wooten with pictures of all their new looks. It also includes bios on The Jones Famliy, and the new characters Jay Smouse and Red Hollard.
-A bio on the actor Anodre Stojka
-Instructions on how to make a Wod-Fam Choc-Sod
-A small segment called "Learn Spanish With the Parkers"
-Advertisments for books, etc. realted to AIO
-Rewiews on all the epsidoes
-Before and After AIO including a rewiew on album 52!
-A sound bite
-An Advertisement for the AIO Radio Show
So maybe the clock/time in the album title is a reference to what sounds like an intriguing mystery solved by Eugene!thequestfortruthbooks.blogspot.com wrote:Mysteries abound in Odyssey as Eugene tries to figure out why the Odyssey clocktower is counting down to a mysterious deadline and Emily Parker unmasks the phantom of the school play. Meanwhile, the crew at Whit’s End tries fasting with hilarious results and Wooton tries his hand at a radio show - with no script! Available October 2010!