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Perhaps you noticed something strange yesterday. And perhaps you have forgotten it. Welcome to Night Vale.
— Cecil

"Cassette" is the 33rd episode of Welcome to Night Vale. It was released on October 15, 2013.

Synopsis Edit

Cecil finds some old cassette tapes marked "Cecil Radio Tapes—Age 15," containing the voice of his younger self. This is surprising because Cecil does not remember recording the tapes, nor the brother his younger self complains about, nor the internship at the radio station his younger self is so enthused about, nor the strange flickering movement at the corner of his eyes that first appears only when he is recording, and then begins to follow him even when not recording. At the end of the episode the flickering movement apparently catches young Cecil, leading to some odd strangled noises. An audibly distressed present-day Cecil destroys the tapes.

The episode also contains a bulletin on a new exhibit at the Museum of Forbidden Technologies, a message from an anonymous sponsor, segment of Children's Fun Fact Science Corner on measurements, and an important message from the radio station's new owners, StrexCorp Synernists Inc: "Think Deeply About Meadows. Meadows Are Important."

Trivia Edit

The segment on the exhibit at the Museum of Forbidden Technologies was originally featured in the live show "Condos". "Condos" was confirmed by Jeffrey Cranor to be a future episode that audiences at the live shows get to experience early and out of sequence to the main series. Presumably the segment will be replaced with new content when the episode is broadcast.

Proverb Edit

You can lead a horse to water, and you can lead a horse into water, and you can swim around with the horse and have fun.
— Cecil

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