Virginia

Episode:

The Ill-Gotten Deed

 

Character:

John Avery Whittaker

 

Quote:

"In the early 1800's, there lived in the town of Richmond, Virginia, identical twin brothers named Horace and Grover" (reading his book The Ill-Gotten Deed

 

Receiver of Quote:

Calvin

 

Audio:

 

Episode:

Best Face Forward

 

Character:

Sarah Pratchet

 

Quote:

"We went on vacation to Virginia last year. There's all sorts of Civil War monuments." (proving that historical events aren't a lie) 

 

Receiver of Quote:

Jared DeWhite

 

Audio:

 

Episode:

Between You and Me

 

Character:

Robert Mitchell

 

Quote:

"Virginia." (in answer to a question about where he would have to move to if he went to training for the FBI) 

 

Receiver of Quote:

Connie Kendall

 

Audio:

 

Episode:

The Benefit of the Doubt

 

Character:

Connie Kendall

 

Quote:

"So that's it then? You're accepting their [FBI] job offer? You're moving to Virginia?" (asking about Mitch's future) 

 

Receiver of Quote:

Robert Mitchell

 

Audio:

 

Episode:

It's All About Me

 

Character:

Robert Mitchell

 

Quote:

"There are planes that fly from Virginia to Odyssey, you know." (explaining that he would not completely disappear if he moved away) 

 

Receiver of Quote:

Connie Kendall

 

Audio:

 

Episode:

Here Today, Gone Tomorrow? I

 

Character:

Robert Mitchell

 

Quote:

"But one of the things I've been worried about is finding a good location to live in Virginia..." (describing whether or not he should move) 

 

Receiver of Quote:

Connie Kendall

 

Audio:

 

Episode:

Black Clouds

 

Character:

Joanne Allen

 

Quote:

"This is the only way to go, driving and enjoying the beautiful sights along the roads to Virginia." (explaining that she prefers road trips over flying) 

 

Receiver of Quote:

Connie Kendall

 

Audio:

 

Episode:

Pink Is Not My Color

 

Character:

Robert Mitchell

 

Quote:

"How do you like Virginia?" (asking about Connie's impression of the state, during a date) 

 

Receiver of Quote:

Connie Kendall

 

Audio:

 

Episode:

Stepping Stones I

 

Character:

Kids Radio Narrator

 

Quote:

"...a voyage to plant the first colony in the northern parts of Virginia." (narrating the story of the pilgrims' voyage to the New World) 

 

Receiver of Quote:

John Avery Whittaker, Ryan Cummings, Jill Segler

 

Audio:

 

 

  • In Our Best Vacation Ever, if you listen closely to the television in the Barclay home, the state of Virginia is mentioned. However, not enough conclusive evidence is provided.

  • In The Ill-Gotten Deed, Horace and Grover McAllister race from their homes in Virginia to somewhere "out west" where they will later found the town of Odyssey. According to the episode, it takes them weeks (on horseback) to reach their destination.

  • Jimmy's travels to Washington D.C. in the Imagination Station to witness the story of Abraham Lincoln (Lincoln). The cities of St. Petersburg, City Point, and Richmond are mentioned.

  • During a "Did You Know?" segment of BTV, Dwayne Oswald mentions Virginia in the trivia. There isn't enough evidence to prove that Odyssey is or isn't in Virginia. However, other episodes indicate that Odyssey isn't in Virginia (see above). (BTV: Thanks)

  • In The Devil Made Me Do It, a Kids Radio special presents a news story from an "investigative reporter", Bobby Walker. Bobby reveals that she has traveled to Virginia to conduct her investigation, but too few details are provided in regards to which state she is in when she says it.

  • In License to Deprive, Jack Allen states that a historian from Williamsburg will be coming to Odyssey. It is unknown whether or not this is the same Williamsburg that lies in Virginia.

  • In The Jubilee Singers, a talking painting of Frederick Douglass reveals that George Leonard White was a union veteran of Chancellorsville, Virginia. Not enough clues are given to prove that Odyssey is or is not located in Virginia. Yet, other episodes indicate that Odyssey is not located in Virginia (see above).

  • The Adventures in Odyssey Passages book series sheds some light on Odyssey's location. In the third book, Annison's Risk, a character named Maggie reveals to Whit and Jack Allen that the parents of Wade Mullens moved to Virginia. (page 7) However, since we base Odyssey's location on the audio series along, this is not conclusive evidence. Fortunately, the audio series confirms that Odyssey is not in Virginia.

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