Saturday, March 13, 2010

Inspiration Station Part 2 is UP!

Hey all, part 2 is up and here it is! listen here or hop on over to to take a listen!

Running Time: 25:28

I took a quick listen but need some time to gather my thoughts before posting about the episode. That and I'm flying to Virginia in the morning to see my fiancee and friends from college for about 10 days - yay! But don't worry - this is actually good for the podcast/blog! "How?" you may ask. Well, I'll tell you! My fiancee is a tech whiz and he has agreed to help me/teach me how to use this silly blog so I can actually post audio stuff and pictures etc - all the smart stuff Chris knows how to do, but didn't get a chance to teach me before he left (sound familiar anyone?) so YAY! Hopefully I will be back and improved in a few days with the help of my amazing fiancee Eli! also, starting sometime at the beginning of next week, we will have a new e-mail address that I will post as soon as everything is settled!

Sound good?

As always, post your thoughts and let us know what you are thinking!

Love ya,



  1. Ok, so I loved the library scene... veeerrry reminiscent of the lamplighter theatre.

  2. When I hear the episode I'll be sure to say what I think about it! :D

  3. Okay, here is my "review" of the episode. :)

    First off I'm glad we found out who "Whit's friend" was. When the firs scene of part one opens up Connie mentions, "Well, first I met your friend." Now we know Mortimor was Whit's friend. Although he's just a computer program and not a real person.
    Second, we now know what the Inpiration Station is. It is a small room with a radio. You push the red button on the radio and it "transforms" the room into whatever, much like how the Imagination Station works. :)
    I'm also glad that the red button was there. When they took it out of the Imagination Station I was horrified! :p But now I'm relaxed because all is not lost. :p
    Also I thought it was interesting to see Matthew and Mortimer in the cart that went verry fast. It reminded me of the old Imagination Station in the way it "launches off". :) Verry fun.

    Immediatly after Matthew got out of the Inspiration Station and Eugene came running I knew that he would help Eugene with the "Candid Conversations with Connie." And then when Whit told Connie, "He's probably still talking to them now!" About the callers on "Candid Conversations", I then knew instantly that Matthew definantly was helping out. ;) It was interesting to hear everyone's voices in the final scene talking about how Connie had inspired them. :)

    Final thoughts and wrap ups:
    I loved the last word in the Episode. "Inspired." :) That just made the episode for me. :)
    I am going to rate this Episode 5/5 stars! ***** Why? Well, it's simple you see. :) This episode was so fun and great that I can't rate it anything less! :D I loved it! Now, I will say that the music was a little lacking(It needed a little more), but besides that small issue, there was nothing wrong with it! :D Now, I may need to listen to the episode again before I decide that the music was fine for it but for now I think it needed a little bit more. :) I loved the part where Matthew and Mortimer were on the cart/thingy and going down the library and you could hear the AIO theme song playing. That was just great. It made that scene perfect! :D

    If this seemed kinda' jumpy/skippy, I'm sorry. :D But I just had to do this!

    Rock-o-ages' final rating: 5/5 *****

  4. With you all the way, Rock-o-ages. :D :) :J :B

  5. Thank you Christian! :D You're actually the first to recognize my existance here. :) Thanks!

  6. What do you mean?

  7. @ Christian A.:
    I simply meant that you were the first to respond to me. :) That's all. :) Nothing to worry about! :)

  8. I can't wait to hear the next episode! :D

  9. I'm really excited for you Sarah!

    What was the date you and Eli set?