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27th Jul '17 11:22:45 PM GarrulousTiger
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* 13IsUnlucky: Alluded to in "Bad Luck" during Robyn's dream sequence, in which Robyn yells out, "I'm not superstitious!", and Jessie (who IS superstitious) tells her, "Superstitious - that word has 13 letters in it! 13 is bad luck!"

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* 13IsUnlucky: ThirteenIsUnlucky: Alluded to in "Bad Luck" during Robyn's dream sequence, in which Robyn yells out, "I'm not superstitious!", and Jessie (who IS superstitious) tells her, "Superstitious - that word has 13 letters in it! 13 is bad luck!"
27th Jul '17 11:21:50 PM GarrulousTiger
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* 13IsUnlucky: Alluded to in "Bad Luck" during Robyn's dream sequence, in which Robyn yells out, "I'm not superstitious!", and Jessie (who IS superstitious) tells her, "Superstitious - that word has 13 letters in it! 13 is bad luck!"
27th Jul '17 10:56:18 PM GarrulousTiger
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* ChainLetter: Robyn gets one in "[[SuperstitionEpisode Bad Luck]]," which she throws away without answering it. She scoffs at her superstitious friend Jessie (who even gives her a rabbit's foot meant to counteract all the bad luck Robyn will get from throwing away the chain letter) - until she has a severe run of bad luck and becomes convinced herself, and ends up digging in a dumpster to try to find the letter.
13th Mar '17 2:53:39 PM kablammin45
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Now has an in-progress [[Recap/AdventuresInOdyssey Recap]] page. (Which, [[ArchivePanic for obvious reasons]], goes by album release rather than individual episode.)
28th Jan '17 6:00:48 PM Az_Tech341
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* One-Scene Wonder: Walter Madison, the pastor Jason works with in Alaska, who appears in several episodes during the Novacom Saga and comes across as Whit-level competent. In his short appearance he not only calls Jason out when under the influence of the black boxes, but deduces Monica Stone's identity and reacts with calm verging on sarcasm when she forces him to open a safe at gunpoint.
Walter: Curtland doesn't have a blueberry festival; it's a strawberry festival. Kind of hard to confuse the two, isn't it? One is blue, the other's red.

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* One-Scene Wonder: OneSceneWonder: Walter Madison, the pastor Jason works with in Alaska, who appears in several episodes during the Novacom Saga and comes across as Whit-level competent. In his short appearance appearance, he not only calls Jason out when under the influence of the black boxes, but deduces Monica Stone's identity and reacts with calm verging on sarcasm calm-verging-on-sarcasm when she forces him to open a safe at gunpoint.
Walter: Curtland ->- '''Walter''': ''"Curtland doesn't have a blueberry festival; it's a strawberry festival. Kind of hard to confuse the two, isn't it? One is blue, the other's red."''



* Spanner in the Works: Tom in the Novacom Saga. There was pretty much no way they could have foreseen Whit bringing him with to the tower and Tom being able to destroy the Imagination Station with long-distance help.

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* Spanner in the Works: SpannerInTheWorks: Tom in the Novacom Saga. There was pretty much no way they could have foreseen Whit bringing him with to the tower and Tom being able to destroy the Imagination Station with long-distance help.
28th Jan '17 12:22:49 PM KCarlson12
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* One-Scene Wonder: Walter Madison, the pastor Jason works with in Alaska, who appears in several episodes during the Novacom Saga and comes across as Whit-level competent. In his short appearance he not only calls Jason out when under the influence of the black boxes, but deduces Monica Stone's identity and reacts with calm verging on sarcasm when she forces him to open a safe at gunpoint.
Walter: Curtland doesn't have a blueberry festival; it's a strawberry festival. Kind of hard to confuse the two, isn't it? One is blue, the other's red.


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* Spanner in the Works: Tom in the Novacom Saga. There was pretty much no way they could have foreseen Whit bringing him with to the tower and Tom being able to destroy the Imagination Station with long-distance help.
21st Jan '17 8:56:42 AM Market43Fan
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* LongRunnerTechMarchesOn: There is a marked difference in technology used on the show during an early episode compared to the more recent episodes.
29th Dec '16 6:06:20 PM Market43Fan
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* MusicalEpisode: There have been a number of these; among them the [[OffToSeeTheWizard Wizard of Oz]] spoof "The Great Wishy Woz"; the [[ChristmasEpisode Christmas show]] "Caroling! Caroling!"[[note]]effectively a sing-along episode with very little spoken dialogue[[/note]]; the historical trilogy "The Jubilee Singers"[[note]]focusing on the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fisk_Jubilee_Singers Fisk Jubilee Singers]] when the group began shortly after UsefulNotes/TheAmericanCivilWar; the episode also becoming one of the first well-received episodes produced after the 2010 reboot[[/note]] and "A Thankstaking Story"[[note]]primarily a spoof of Literature/HowTheGrinchStoleChristmas[[/note]].
17th Nov '16 5:20:11 AM starofjusticev21
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The series is created by the American Christian advocacy group Focus on the Family and is the flagship program of FOTF Radio Theater. It currently airs on numerous radio stations in the US and Canada, and is available in compact disc and cassette albums. Episodes are also rotated daily on the [[http://www.whitsend.org/ official website]], about five at a time. An AnimatedAdaption airs on some Christian broadcasting stations.

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The series is created by the American Christian advocacy group Focus on the Family and is the flagship program of FOTF Radio Theater. It currently airs on numerous radio stations in the US and Canada, and is available in compact disc and cassette albums. Episodes are also rotated daily on the [[http://www.whitsend.org/ official website]], about five at a time. An AnimatedAdaption Animated Adaption airs on some Christian broadcasting stations.
17th Nov '16 5:19:53 AM starofjusticev21
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The series is created by the American Christian advocacy group Focus on the Family and is the flagship program of FOTF Radio Theater. It currently airs on numerous radio stations in the US and Canada, and is available in compact disc and cassette albums. Episodes are also rotated daily on the [[http://www.whitsend.org/ official website]], about five at a time. An Animated Adaption airs on some Christian broadcasting stations.

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The series is created by the American Christian advocacy group Focus on the Family and is the flagship program of FOTF Radio Theater. It currently airs on numerous radio stations in the US and Canada, and is available in compact disc and cassette albums. Episodes are also rotated daily on the [[http://www.whitsend.org/ official website]], about five at a time. An Animated Adaption AnimatedAdaption airs on some Christian broadcasting stations.
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