Cecil, waiting for the bus in the rain of dead animals dropped by a mysterious glowing cloud.
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Janice plays for the junior wheelchair basketball team, the Night Vale Jackalopes. Basketball games are the one situation where Cecil (more-or-less) puts aside his differences with Steve.
He is a very… ardent supporter.
(Afterwards they take Janice out to the White Sands and Cecil is obnoxious and buys her the biggest and most elaborate ice cream he possibly can and Steve’s sitting there saying, “Don’t ruin your appetite for dinner later” and Cecil glares at him all, “God STEVE you are such a KILLJOY why would she want your TERRIBLE COOKING anyway” and Janice just smirks because she knows exactly how to play them off one another to get exactly what she wants.)
Celebrate LGBT Media with Jasika Nicole & More!
You may know her as Intern Dana from the podcast, Welcome to Night Vale, Astrid on Fringe, or Kim from Scandal, but Jasika Nicole is also an illustrator, comic book maker, furniture builder, seamstress, needleworker and tumblrer. And you can see and meet her on August 17!
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Celebrate LGBT Media with Dylan Marron & More!
Dylan Marron is a writer and performer based in New York City. He is the voice of Carlos on the hit podcast "Welcome to Night Vale" and he plays Ari on "Whatever this is," the 2013 web series that Indiewire named the best web drama of the year. As an ensemble member of the New York Neo Futurists he writes for and performs in "Too Much Light Makes The Baby Go Blind," the company’s signature late-night show that is one of New York’s longest running productions. He spent his childhood searching for his reflection in the media and is spending his adulthood trying to create it.
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