|Life is like a box of chocolates; Unopened. Dusty. And beginning to attract a lot of insects. Welcome to Night Vale.|
"A Beautiful Dream" is the 34th episode of Welcome to Night Vale. It was released on 1 November 2013.
The Wallaby family successfully lobbies the School Board to finally allow a computer in school to help their daughter Megan. Plus, a concert from Dark Owl Records and Amnesty Day at the public library.
Plot Developments Edit
- Megan Wallaby, first mentioned in "The Traveler," is seen again, and made out to be the victim of teasing, due to the fact that she is literally a detached, hairy man's hand with no body.
- A computer, newly installed in the Night Vale Elementary School against the City Council's previous ban on the machines, achieves sentience and briefly takes over Night Vale.
- The nature of Librarians is delved into.
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Weather Controversy Edit
- With the exception of the remixed episodes, this is one of only two episodes to ever have the Weather segment changed. In 2014, Tom Milsom was accused of and admitted to inappropriate sexual behaviour with an underage fan. In the Good Morning Night Vale episode, "Good Morning Street Cleaning Day", Meg stated that she was ashamed the artist was still featured, stating that she should talk to Joseph Fink about getting it changed. In "Good Morning A Beautiful Dream", Meg states that the original Weather was "canceled", and their guest artist, Mal Blum, talks about the call they got from Joseph Fink about replacing the song for the respective episode.