REVIEW — “The Decision” (ft. Ryan Matlock)
It’s been exactly 600 days since the first review in the post-Blackgaard saga on AIO Audio News. Now, at long last, Ryan Matlock is here with me to review the final episode in the arc, “The Decision.” And just like the very first one… I’m sick again.
REACTION — “The Team” (with 14 Hosts)
Ryan Matlock (The Odyssey ScoopCast)
Allie Barrett (The AIOWiki Podcast)
Hannah Matlock (AIO Audio News)
Rayah Smith (AIO Audio News)
Unique de Krijger (A Friend from Woodgrove)
John Tuttle III (Adventures in Opinions)
Gabriel Coats (The ODYHEYR Podcast)
Jay (Adventures in Opinions)
Riley Davison (The AIO Insider)
Timmy Baze (The Odyssey ScoopCast)
Elissa & Hannah (AIO Revelations)
Sarah (AIO Revelations)
REVIEW — “Solitary Refinement” (ft. Ryan Matlock)
Why is Eugene waging a battle with geese? Find out on the latest edition of AIO Revinews, as Ryan and I discuss the impeccable “Solitary Refinement.” In this very focused podcast, we talk about Bernard’s criticism of Eugene, the connection of Whit’s storyline with Eugene’s, monk stereotyping done well, and Katrina’s maturity filtered through Eugene’s subconsciousness. And a few games of goose solitaire here and there.
REVIEW — “Clara” (ft. Ryan Matlock)
How could the return of John Whittaker become even more impactful than it has been so far? The answer is “Clara.” On this review on AIO Audio News of the next post-Blackgaard episode, Ryan and I delve into this masterpiece of a story, and along with a lengthy discussion on modern-day AIO character development, we break down one of Phil Lollar’s best emotional scripts and one of Paul Herlinger’s best performances. And while it still takes 100 minutes to slog through, the third installment in the return of the Revi-niews should be worth the wait.
REVIEW — “Home, Sweet Home” (ft. Ryan Matlock)
Whit returns to Odyssey and Ryan and I are here to talk about everything that is remotely connected to the episode “Home, Sweet Home” in this review on AIO Audio News. We’re back to covering the post-Blackgaard arc, which means we have a lot of story to catch up on, a lot of character development to cover, a lot of tangents to take, and a lot of jokes to make… but no red meat.