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New Mayor in Odyssey!

Tuesday, July 6, 2010  | 

Well it looks like we have a new mayor in Odyssey!  Good riddance to Margaret Faye.  (In my opinion, she was a politically correct, obnoxious, feminist.  But she did add to the show, so I have mixed feelings about her leaving)  The new mayor is a man named Spencer Hicks.  He will be voiced by Dave Fennoy who acted in Passages: Darien's Rise, and Sir Malcolm and the Missing Prince.  You can see his picture to the right.

Now for those of you who didn't see Jacob Isom's June 25th post, here's the picture with the summary:

Due to the popularity of the Adventures in Odyssey franchise in recent years, a special spinoff AIO series has been announced. Set in the familiarity of the town of Odyssey, this post-AIO series will feature the same four core characters fans have come to know and love, with a new host of characters, comedy, and never ending situations. The first collection is called Time for a Change. Here's a sneak peek into the new series geared for the next generation of listeners:

"Change may be too hard to handle for Whit, Connie, Eugene, and Wooton as many of their friends, relatives, and acquaintances seem to have vanished from town--overnight, no less! With Odyssey's windows getting dirtier, a vacant apple orchard on the outskirts of town, a new town bully who uses mental bullying tactics, and culturally-diverse families frequenting Whit's End, adventures are in store for new relationships and morally-challenging situations. Whit's new invention inspires him to overcome his weight problem, and Connie discovers she has what it takes to modernize her wardrobe. Meanwhile, Eugene's world is opening up to new possibilities when his vision returns after he gets a dashing new haircut. Plus, Wooton's idea of "fun" doesn't bode well with the new mayor, and he may be forced to say goodbye to his cherished slide. Follow along with Odyssey's personalities in a new series of adventures--containing lessons in patience, acceptance, and embracing change."

Click here to see a larger view of the cover art. And, by the way, this album is in no way associated with Focus on the Family. There are no plans to release this album in the future and the above blog post is merely a work of fiction…

Very Interesting post and professional looking PIC.  Great job Jacob!


Jennifer Lundgren ( July 8, 2010 at 11:41 PM )  

I've actually been working on play lists for this new album using existing episodes. Will post on The Too when finished. Thanks for posting. This cover is just too good to be 'lost'.

Luke ( July 14, 2010 at 6:23 PM )  

cool. what do you mean exactly by playlist?

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