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A Conversation with Michael Fry Longtime comic-strip creator Michael Fry discusses his Odd Squad series of illustrated middle-grade novels, which adds a third title, 'King Karl,' this summer. The show stars two former teen idols who were notable for roles they played in popular s sitcoms, Lawrence for Gimme a Break! Hart and Lawrence are both listed as executive producers of the series, and have each directed individual episodes. On October 8, , ABC Family announced their order of an additional 20 episodes for the first season, creating a season of 30 episodes.
Both Lawrence and Hart directed episodes in season two.
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Lawrence's episode is called "Wherefore Art Thou Lennox" and Hart was the first woman to direct an episode of the series. On May 24, , Shout!
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The children are happier to see Aggie than Gwen is, as Aggie openly encourages the children to get more involved in Halloween. Unknown to Marnie, Aggie is intent on training Marnie as a witch.
Before heading home, Aggie reads the children a bedtime story called "Halloweentown", a mystical place where witches, vampires and monsters of all sorts live in peace. Sophie points out a drawing of a witch in the book that resembles Marnie; Aggie does nothing to stop Marnie from imagining such a thing. Gwen and Aggie then get into an argument. Gwen insists Marnie will be raised as a normal person and not a witch. Aggie says she disagrees, but actually she is there for another reason: Gwen thinks they just moved, but Aggie says it is not that simple.
Aggie desperately asks for Gwen's help, but Gwen declines. Marnie overhears the argument. When Aggie leaves to return home, Marnie and Dylan follow her.
They see Aggie getting onto a magical bus, and sneak onto it through the back door. When they arrive in Halloweentown, Aggie does not see Marnie and Dylan getting off the bus, and the children lose sight of her. At the same time, Marnie and Dylan realize Sophie snuck onto the bus. He whistles for a cab which is driven by Benny voice of Rino Romano , a skeleton with a bad sense of humor. The children find their grandmother's home, and against her better judgment, Aggie decides not to take them home immediately.
She says she will start Marnie's witch training, but has to take care of "the bad thing" first.