No nonsense this time on the AIOWiki Podcast as Lee and Arista fully unpack the episode “Further from the Truth.” Coming from an objective standpoint, the two reviewers discuss whether the episode was a worthy successor to “A Sacrificial Escape.” Emily’s emotions and maturity, Whit’s inside knowledge, Morrie’s portrayal, and Suzu’s possible guilt all factor in to the discussion in this review.
July and August Episode Promos
AIO Megapack on Amazon
Album 70: Finding a Way Art and Pre-order
Second and Third Remotely-Recorded Episodes
Source: AIOWiki (via Reddo and Carl), Amazon (via Austin Peachey), Facebook (via a bunch of different people on the Stringers page)
Settle in for the longest review on the AIOWiki Podcast yet. Arista, Izak, and Lee are back to talk about the next chapter (and Lee’s favorite) in the Rydell Saga, “A Sacrificial Escape.” Yet one of the reviewers doesn’t share the enthusiasm for this critically-acclaimed episode.… The team discusses Whit’s acting, the reason for the escape room’s existence, expectations, and Morrie’s come-uppance.
At long last, the review of Album 65: Expect the Unexpected concludes with “The Good in People.” Izak joins Lee and Arista to break down the fourth episode in the album, also the fourth in the Rydell Saga. Discussed in the review are Olivia’s disrespectfulness, goofs-that-aren’t-goofs, sound design quirks, and a bit of fanboyance.
Album 70 Working Title and Episode
End of “Always Home”
Young Whit 4 Release Month
June’s Club Episode
“The Rydell Revelations, Part 1” Extra Line Carl’s Odyssey News Website
Source: Official Podcast 356, AdventuresInOdyssey.com (via Austin Peachey), June 2020 Clubhouse Magazine (via Carl)