A few storylines from 28 Hours will be continued in the future, but multi part stories like 28 Hours won’t be happening in the next few albums. Jason and Jillian don’t even appear in album 74, so there is no continuation of the story in this upcoming album. The Odyssey team hasn’t even decided when the Chairman will return again but “It should be fewer than 20 years until we see him again.”
In other news, episode 1000 is being talked about, but there is no information about it now. The Odyssey team hopes to have an announcement this fall or winter about it.
Eugene “will be addressed, though it may not be as soon as listeners are expecting”. This is very interesting. I wonder if they do have a plan to send him off, but it won’t be for a little while it look like. I’m not sure what Eugene is doing in Album 74 though, we’ll just have to wait and see.
Let me know your thoughts on all this information in the comments!
Before we start this I just want to say, Odyssey, please please please please please don’t make the next Rydell episode another fake mystery. Also, spoiler warning for Further From the Truth! So, lets get down to the real enchilada of this post. I’ll be talking about the man of the chairs himself, the Chairman! For the past week or so, the Odyssey community (including myself) have been speculating that the Chairman is the mastermind behind Morrie Rydell, and today I’m going to be trying to prove this theory as much as I can. Lets start with stuff that points Morrie having a mastermind behind him in the first place. At the end of the episode The Secret of the Writers Ruse, Morrie is typing. It’s not clear to who, but two viable options are that he has a diary or journal, or that he’s typing to someone, and that someone may be the one behind him. Now lets talk about why the Chairman specifically would be the brains of this new arc. Lee from AIO Audio news said in a post that the Chairman’s plans with the Novacom saga was thwarted by Mr. Whittaker and kids, and that is who Morrie seems to be targeting. Now, lets talk about more evidence behind this theory. In Further From the Truth, Emily goes on an Imagination station adventure, because of a box that had Imagination Station technology. Marisa on AIO Audio news stated that it gave her vibes of the novabox and mind control, which are a big part in the Novacom saga. The phrase Ignoratio Elenchi, which if you don’t know is a phrase that Bob Hoose told me when I requested hints about Morrie. The interesting fact that ties this in with Novacom, is that it means Red Herring. That is an episode name in the Novacom saga, And plays a somewhat important role in the arc. Please tell me in the comments what you think about this theory, and if you have anymore evidence of it happening or not. Also, after I publish this post, I’ll be making a chat page on this blog, so after you finish this article, hop on over there to talk about anything and everything Odyssey!
Signed, I cant think of something to type here
One more day until Further From the Truth is released! The Chairman is the boss behind Morrie. I’m calling it right now. Shout out to Marisa for making me believe this theory even more. She posted a comment on AIO Audio News, (which you should check out) saying that Ignoratio Elenchi also means red herring, which is a title of a Novacom episode, which ties in with the Chairman! Red Herring also played some part in the saga. Maybe something to do with AREM? I forgot. And also, I agree with Lee (The founder of AIO Audio News), about Garrett’s comment saying that he thinks the next few albums will be filled with fake mysteries. I really hope that doesn’t happen. I just hopes this episode lives up to my expectations, unlike Emily not living up to Morrie’s expectations. I feel like FFTT will be another episode with a parental warning. Anyways, tomorrow is the big day! You can be sure I’m reviewing it soon. What are you’re speculations? I’d love to hear them in the comments!
Signed, a hyped guy