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The Librarian
The Librarian
Details
Episode 56.5
Released 1 March 2015
Written by Joseph Fink
Jeffrey Cranor
Narrated by Cecil Baldwin
Produced by Commonplace Books
Music
Soundtrack Disparition
The Weather "Sepentine Cycle of Money" by Carrie Elkin and Danny Schmidt.
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If wishes were horses, those wishes would all run away, shrieking and bucking, terrified of a great unseen evil.

"The Librarian" is a specially written episode, performed during their 2014 tour. It was first performed on 16 January 2014. A recording of a performance at the Skirball Center at NYC in New York City on 16 January 2015 can be bought from the official Night Vale BandCamp page starting 1 March 2015.

Synopsis Edit

A librarian has escaped from the Night Vale Public Library, and no one in town is safe from this unprecedented horror. Plus, today's horoscopes, the community calendar, and a new intern joins the station.

 Plot Developments Edit

Cast Edit

Bonus tracks Edit

The Bandcamp release also included four bonus tracks from previous performances:

  • Intern James Urbaniak
  • Intern Molly Quinn
  • Intern Wil Wheaton
  • Louie Blasco's Music Moment, featuring Jason Webley

Horoscopes Edit

The horoscopes section of this recording was released as Bonus Episode 3 of the podcast.

Proverb Edit

To quote the great Herman Melville: "Call Me"

Trivia Edit

  • Cecil's line "You're obviously...hard...at work. Hard at work" was delivered while glaring at an audience member (or in some cases a group of audience members) who was cracking up at the obvious innuendo.

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