Welcome to Just Another AIO Blog, a site that is dedicated to the popular radio drama Adventures in Odyssey. We provide news, reviews on the latest episodes, articles, features, and we also are home to Adventures in Connellsville, a unique look at the town next to Odyssey through book form, We also provide a U.S.S. Response page that gets updated every other day. This page provides a response to recent comments on The Soda Shop Message Boards. And just recently, we started a unique Adventures in Odyssey podcast: called JAAIOP, or Just Another AIO Podcast. Feel free to post comments or subscribe to this site by email or with Google Friend Connect. Thank you!

Alex Jefferson, creator and operator of Just Another AIO Blog

Chain Links

     Welcome to the JAAIOB links page!  This will be an expansive page showing links to AIO sites, FOTF sites, and many more!  So browse around, and you might find a new site you really like!

     Whit's End: This is the official AIO site, where all "official" news is distributed straight from the AIO team themselves.  It includes free episodes to listen to online, a regularly updated podcast, fan features, and links to purchase AIO merchandise.  It doesn't have quite as much information on AIO as AIOHQ or The Odyssey Scoop, but it's still a great site for any AIO lover!

     The Odyssey Scoop: The Odyssey Scoop is the longest-running (though not the first) AIO fansite, and the longest running AIO site next to the Official Site.  It has been around since 2000, and is still regularly updated by its founder and webmaster, Jacob Isom.  It is the most well-known AIO fansite, and is often mistaken for The Official Site because of its terrific graphics and massive database of info on AIO.  The site has AIO info, reviews, features, a blog, message boards, and much more.

     AIOHQ: AIOHQ was the first AIO fansite ever created, and is in many ways one of the greatest.  This site was created by Nathan Hoobler, a teenaged AIO fan, in early 1999.  Its 7-year run produced many great reviews, features, and miscellaneous contests and information, as well as many interactive things for AIO fans at the time.  This site inspired sites such as The Soda Fountain, The Odyssey Scoop, and even Just Another AIO Blog!  Nathan Hoobler became an intern at AIO in 2001 and wrote the hit episode "The Triangle".  And though he is probably best known for his work with AIO, this website is still one of his greatest accomplishments, and a must-see for any AIO fan.

     The Soda Fountain: The Soda Fountain is another AIO fansite of days gone by.  It was created a bit after AIOHQ and a bit before The Odyssey Scoop by future ToO and AIOwiki creator Corey Vanderlaan.  It contains news, reviews, huge amounts of AIO info that rival AIOHQ and The Odyssey Scoop and inspired AIOwiki, and some really neat features.  The site practically closed down in 2008, (although there was no official announcement of its closure) but fans like me still visit it from time to time to reflect on years past and maybe learn something new about AIO.

     AIOwiki: AIOwiki was started by Corey Vanderlaan around the same time The Soda Fountain closed down.  It contains the largest amount of AIO information out of any fansite (though this cannot really be proven) and, unlike AIOHQ and The Soda Fountain, is being updated everyday.  It also has a news feed that is occasionally updated when something groundbreaking happens in the AIO world, and it has many editors, mods, and readers.  Even I have contributed a couple things to it, as can you!

     The ToO: The ToO, or The Town of Odyssey, was the 2nd AIO message board created, the first being The Town Hall.  This MB is also the largest AIO message board, and it is quite bustling with activity. This message board has over 1000 users, and nearly 1,000,000 posts (at the time of December 3rd, 2012. If you are reading this at a later time, the board might have 10 million posts).  Though discussion can get a bit off-topic, it's still a great message board setting for any AIO-lover.




  1. You have excellent inormation and thoughts on these sites, plus I've never been to AIOHQ, so thanks for introducing me to a new AIO place.
    However, how could you mention ToO and not SS?! On the other hand, you already have an entire page dedicated to it... ;)

    1. Because the ToO is way better than SS! I'm admin! =D

      . . .Kidding. Actually, I was going to say something about that. Until I saw Alex answer. =p

      Wow, looking back on these comments.. I was a total dork. >_>
      Watch it, PF. *Glares*

      Good stuff, Alex. Keep up the good work. =)

  2. Yes, I'll probably have to extensively update this page, as I barely scratched the surface of all the AIO sites out there. I'm hoping to get every one out there, whether active or dysfunctional, but it'll take a little while to write all those descriptions...