REVIEW — “Harley Takes the Case, Parts 1 and 2”

Finally released five months after its recording!  During an “interim” period back in June 2020, Ryan and I sat down to review “Harley Takes the Case, Parts 1 and 2.”  In this review, we discuss Harley’s character development, how this episode compares to “Missing Person,” what the moral actually is, and how all the early AIO kid characters sound like toddlers.  And we also finally read your comments!

REVIEW — “The Ties That Bind, Part 4”

The story continues, and so do the themes, in Part 4 of The Ties That Bind.  Ryan and I go into our thoughts on a few hilarious lines, how Paul McCusker’s theology is presented by his characters, the progression of the plotlines so far, Whit’s spiritual radar, and vilifying the opposition.

Please note that we do talk candidly about the themes and issues brought up in these episodes.

REVIEW — “The Ties That Bind, Part 3”

 

Icky feelings abound this for this review of the next episode in The Ties That Bind.  As the plot develops and the Parkers are introduced into the story, we discuss Connie’s role as Jules’s guardian, Hadley’s motivations for his clumsiness, and the Parker parents’ parenting strategies.  It’s case-sensitive, as they say.

Please note that we do talk candidly about the themes and issues brought up in these episodes.

REVIEW — “The Good in People,” “A Sacrificial Escape,” and “Further from the Truth”


With Rachel and Josh from the Return to Odyssey Podcast: Listen on Anchor.fm

As anticipation for Album 70 grows, Josh and Rachel are back with Lee to review the next three episodes in the saga of Morrie Rydell.  In this review, the trio discuss the progression of the saga as red herrings abound, and how they play into compelling storytelling.  Plus, a lot of maniacal chuckling from Josh.

REVIEW — “The Ties That Bind, Part 2”

 

We made it to the fountain pen!  As “The Ties That Bind” reviews with Ryan continue, we discuss analogies about Biblical marriage, villains dropping clues, good spirituality, and Hadley.  In addition, we further evaluate Paul McCusker’s writing and speculate on its evolution through the rest of the arc.

Please note that we do talk candidly about the themes and issues brought up in these episodes.

Ryan’s Short Film: Gimme Time To Think

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