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How many Englishmen is The Labyrinth, Part 1 worth?
Five Englishmens 76%  76%  [ 22 ]
Four Englishmens 17%  17%  [ 5 ]
Three Englishmens 7%  7%  [ 2 ]
Two Englishmens 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Just One Englishmens 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
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Posted: Wed Feb 01, 2012 5:37 pm 
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Part 1 of The Labyrinth can be downloaded here. More info may be found in this discussion page.

What did you think of the episode?

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it was pretty good, I couldn't believe it when I heard Richard

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I thought it was great! Awesome to hear Jason back.
I guess it should have been obvious who the old friend was that returned to the show. I was slightly surprised and disappointed. I had hoped that we would get to hear from Mitch or one of Reginald Duffield's relatives. I guess there is still a chance that we will here from them in the next few episodes.

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"Oh, is that how they think we talk?" :lol: Exactly.

"We just saw the Andrew Llyod Webber musical." This is a blatant lie. Dale said a couple of other things that were intentionally deceptive. Odyssey seems to be doing this a lot; "lying for a good cause". ](*,)

The episode was good. 4/5 stars.

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it was pretty good, I couldn't believe it when I heard Richard

I'm assuming this is a joke...?

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I...still can't figure out how to download it. :( I get stuck at the PenPal part. :roll:

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Was Dale the old friend? I like the episode so far. That line that AE mentioned was hilarious. It is very funny.

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I was excited to hear Dale. They seem to like pulling up really OLD characters... aka Monty, now Dale.

I called my sister at home (I'm at college) and told her to download it. About a minute in, she called me back and proclaimed that Jude Law was in the episode. False hope I think, but he did sort of sound like him. The agent. Can't remember his name already. I'll listen again later. I just don't want to wait so long to hear the next parts!! Maybe by some miracle, we'll get to 40000 likes. ;)


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It would have been way cooler if Richard Maxwell was with the bad guys. :noway: And yeah agreeing with AE. Enough with the lying. The two agents in the van were a complete ripoff of Cars 2 and the girl agent is obviously going to be a traitor. They should have brought Melanie with them for an extra surprise. Overall this was a pretty good episode. Although they should of stuck to their Windy City Guns. 4/5

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So far, it's been better than certain parts of the Green Ring. Although it was super surprising and exciting to hear Dale again, I'm still hoping for more old friends! Mr. Fingers was good, but honestly, the agents were playing off the typical dumb cop stereotype. Although, I will give them credit for giving Agent Billings a possible interesting backstory. The child sounds like Rachel Fox, and I do like how they also have the Scotland Yard detective (although he's probably not). I'm still hoping Mitch is out there...somewhere. Overall, okay part 1, and I'll be listening to this and the Ceiling Fan over and over to keep me occupied until March...83/100, B-


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And yeah agreeing with AE. Enough with the lying.

Well isn't that posh. :x That didn't even register with me, my mind just skipped right over it. :anxious: "You're so clever!" O:)

"Well that sounds simple enough, even you can do that Dale." "Thanks Darling." - Anne and Dale

^ that made me almost laugh out loud and wake Sunny up last night. \:D/

I disliked the first scene, the agents are really not very creative. >.> And the Grinder? Did Jason honestly think he could get away with that? O.o

But all in all, I really did like the episode. :D

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"Jason Whittaker"

"Dale Jacobs"

"Ahaha, it's been a long time"

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Hows that for awesomeness?

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I enjoyed the episode and it was cool to hear Dale again.

Minor complaint, but...

"Mr. Groat" or whatever is such a stupid alias for Dr. Blackgaard. You'd think he'd use DR. BLACK HEART or something that doesn't sound like a foot disease. They seem to be enjoying weird names though, with Grinder and Thugg and Sew(er Rat), etc.

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I really pity the people who read these spoilers without listening to the episode.

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I enjoyed the episode and it was cool to hear Dale again.

Minor complaint, but...

"Mr. Groat" or whatever is such a stupid alias for Dr. Blackgaard. You'd think he'd use DR. BLACK HEART or something that doesn't sound like a foot disease. They seem to be enjoying weird names though, with Grinder and Thugg and Sew(er Rat), etc.

They asked if I'd give them the rights to Gabriel Dragsack.

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I really pity the people who read these spoilers without listening to the episode.


Which is what I'm doing. ;)

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The Top Crusader wrote:
I enjoyed the episode and it was cool to hear Dale again.
Minor complaint, but...
"Mr. Groat" or whatever is such a stupid alias for Dr. Blackgaard. You'd think he'd use DR. BLACK HEART or something that doesn't sound like a foot disease. They seem to be enjoying weird names though, with Grinder and Thugg and Sew(er Rat), etc.
My guess is the names are references to Charles Dickens' Oliver Twist. Many of the names in that were rather strange too. Or perhaps they are just playing on the differences between American and British names. Sometimes normal British can seem strange as well (no offense meant to any possible British readers of course).
I really didn't think that they would give away Blackgaard's identity as Mr. Groat in the first part, but I guess they sort of did that in Waylaid in the Windy City.

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Blessed Cheesemaker wrote:
The Top Crusader wrote:
I enjoyed the episode and it was cool to hear Dale again.
Minor complaint, but...
"Mr. Groat" or whatever is such a stupid alias for Dr. Blackgaard. You'd think he'd use DR. BLACK HEART or something that doesn't sound like a foot disease. They seem to be enjoying weird names though, with Grinder and Thugg and Sew(er Rat), etc.
My guess is the names are references to Charles Dickens' Oliver Twist. Many of the names in that were rather strange too. Or perhaps they are just playing on the differences between American and British names. Sometimes normal British can seem strange as well (no offense meant to any possible British readers of course).
I really didn't think that they would give away Blackgaard's identity as Mr. Groat in the first part, but I guess they sort of did that in Waylaid in the Windy City.

I always hated the idea of Blackgaard coming back, but the way the episode explained his tunnel escape really made sense. Kudos to Paul McCusker or whoever wrote that.

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Blessed Cheesemaker wrote:
The Top Crusader wrote:
I enjoyed the episode and it was cool to hear Dale again.
Minor complaint, but...
"Mr. Groat" or whatever is such a stupid alias for Dr. Blackgaard. You'd think he'd use DR. BLACK HEART or something that doesn't sound like a foot disease. They seem to be enjoying weird names though, with Grinder and Thugg and Sew(er Rat), etc.
My guess is the names are references to Charles Dickens' Oliver Twist. Many of the names in that were rather strange too. Or perhaps they are just playing on the differences between American and British names. Sometimes normal British can seem strange as well (no offense meant to any possible British readers of course).
I really didn't think that they would give away Blackgaard's identity as Mr. Groat in the first part, but I guess they sort of did that in Waylaid in the Windy City.

I always hated the idea of Blackgaard coming back, but the way the episode explained his tunnel escape really made sense. Kudos to Paul McCusker or whoever wrote that.


Wait, Blackgaard is back? lol.

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Whitty Whit wrote:
American Eagle wrote:
Blessed Cheesemaker wrote:
The Top Crusader wrote:
I enjoyed the episode and it was cool to hear Dale again.
Minor complaint, but...
"Mr. Groat" or whatever is such a stupid alias for Dr. Blackgaard. You'd think he'd use DR. BLACK HEART or something that doesn't sound like a foot disease. They seem to be enjoying weird names though, with Grinder and Thugg and Sew(er Rat), etc.
My guess is the names are references to Charles Dickens' Oliver Twist. Many of the names in that were rather strange too. Or perhaps they are just playing on the differences between American and British names. Sometimes normal British can seem strange as well (no offense meant to any possible British readers of course).
I really didn't think that they would give away Blackgaard's identity as Mr. Groat in the first part, but I guess they sort of did that in Waylaid in the Windy City.

I always hated the idea of Blackgaard coming back, but the way the episode explained his tunnel escape really made sense. Kudos to Paul McCusker or whoever wrote that.


Wait, Blackgaard is back? lol.


of course, did you listen to the episode?

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