Hey guys! I just got an email from Nathan himself, and he gives some information about te Rydell saga.
There will definitely be followup to them (revelations) – and I believe some of the followups will answer very legitimate questions that people have raised about the conclusion.
This is very exiting. I’m intrigued to see whats to come
The next episode in the story is titled “Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off” and it’s included in album 70. In fact, we just recorded the episode last week. It features Emily, Morrie, and Suzu – and a few other unexpected characters.
“Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off” huh? This is very interesting. I’ll get back to you guys once I have more theories.
Welcome to, I think the first (or one of the first) reviews of my blog! I need to do more of these, as it gives more content to put out there for you guys! Please tell me what you think of this episode!
Starting off, Olivia and Zoe are doing some medical practice. I really like how while Olivia is talking, Zoe keeps saying things like “My head’s still bleeding” and “Aaannd, I just died”. I’d say the acting in this scene is really…good… (only I would make a Morrie pun in an episode that has nothing to do with him) I have to say though, the Marcy’s giggling in the background was really disturbing. In the next scene there isn’t really anything to say. The next scene has the girls decorating (or trying to) the cake. I feel like the acting was a little more poor than the first scene, but overall it was solid. The next scene I don’t have much to say. They jump to the conclusion that the Marcy’s sabotaged their frosting (which I’ll get to later). The only other thing I’ll say about this scene is that I loved when Buck said “Fishing is a quiet activity” when the girls were being noisy. The next scene, and they assumed it was the Marcy’s that sabotaged their boat. Again, I’ll get to that later. The next scene they are taking care of Sparky (the dog) and loose him. I feel like the acting in this scene was less notable. After that, nothing really of note I have to say other than Buck’s acting was good. The next scene Sparky gets hit. The acting was good again, but not the best. I feel so bad for Sparky! I feel really bad for Buck as well. Then, Whit reveals the Marcy’s did sabotage the boat and cake. The thing I was talking about before was that Olivia and Zoe jumped to conclusions. Even though they were right in the end, they shouldn’t of blamed anyone. Anyways, Sparky is fine, but his leg was amputated.
That’s pretty much it! Please tell me if I need to work or improve anything in the future! I hope to review more in the future! Also tell me in the comments if you liked this episode or review! I would probably give it a 4/5 or 4.5/5. I also want to get a good rating system soon. Thanks for reading, and have a great day!
Shout out to Carl for revealing this to me. Cars, Trains, and Motorcycles will be June’s episode. Sorry this post was so short, but when Rydell Revelations comes, I will be more active then an hyperactive monkey.
I may have not covered some descriptions of upcoming Club episodes.
Anyways, here they are!
#1: Millstones. Mr. Whittaker uses the Room of Consequence to set up ethical challenges to help young people calibrate their moral compasses. Is it just me, or do you think Eugene wrote this episode? Also it uses Mr. Whittaker and not Whit.
#2: Cars, Trains and Motorcycles. Whit, Connie, Eugene and Wooton head to Chicago . What’s their mission? Who’s driving? And why is Whit … loopy?
#3: Bridget, Redefined. Bridget Perkins gets tired of people treating her differently just because her military dad is deployed.
#4: The Martyr and the Rooster: When Cooper Calhoun’s buddies find him carrying a Bible, he brushes it off, afraid to let on that he’s a Christian. It leads to a conversation with Pastor Wilson Knox, who tells him about a similar event that occurred during an uprising at San Wing prison camp.
#5: The Forever Gift. Penny returns to Pittsburgh, where she grew up, only to discover that a lot has changed — while some things never do.
#6: Teach a Man. While on a missions trip to Honduras,Whit gives Jay and Zoe an assignment: show young people how to shoot and edit movies on a tablet. This is interesting…
#7: Jumping Off, Jumping In. This and the ones under here will be released 2021, a YEAR or more from now. Wyatt starts taking silly risks, like eating hot chips, leaping from sheds, and venturing into the lair of a ravenous beast. Is Jay putting him up to it … or is it tied to something that happened to his sister?
#8: Auto Response. No summery
#9: Untitled Calhoun Episode
Signed, Can’t the Rydell Revelations be released now?
Sorry for not posting in a while. Anyways, I just took a voice acting camp! Also, more episodes in Album 67 have been released! What was you’re favorite? The next one is “A Sacrificial Escape” is the next one! I’m very exited!
Hey Y’all! Sorry for not posting in a few days, I’ve been lazy. Anywho, today we’re going to look into what will be in the club soon! First, All for the Guest will be the episode in the club being released on July 1st. Secondly, For God and Country will be released on July 5th. Thirdly, Album 67 will be released on the Club on July 8th. Finally, Focus on the Family has been taken over by Disney and Album 67 will be called More Than Eating the Pie.
Ok, maybe not the last one.
Also, thanks to Gabriel Matthew for letting me know this information. And also the Fan Fiction Competition will be ending soon on July 5th.