|I know many of you have a few things you'd like to say. So let me start things off. Welcome to Night Vale.|
"Toast" is the 100th episode of Welcome to Night Vale. It was released on December 15, 2016.
Synopsis[edit | edit source]
Welcome to Night Vale's 100th Episode. A toast!
Plot Developments[edit | edit source]
Recurring Segments[edit | edit source]
Cast[edit | edit source]
In order of appearance:
- Cecil Palmer - Cecil Baldwin
- Leonard Burton - James Urbaniak
- Faceless Old Woman - Mara Wilson
- Diane Crayton - Annie Savage
- John Peters - Mark Gagliardi
- Sheriff Sam - Emma Frankland
- Deb - Meg Bashwiner
- Hiram McDaniels - Jackson Publick
- Michelle Nguyen - Kate Jones
- Intern Maureen - Maureen Johnson
- Maggie Penebaker - Erica Livingston
- Donald Penebaker - Christopher Loar
- Kevin - Kevin R. Free
- Lauren Mallard - Lauren Sharpe
- Joanna Rey - Felicia Day
- Melony Pennington - Molly Quinn
- Computer - Fred (the OS computer voice)
- Earl Harlan - Wil Wheaton
- Tamika Flynn - Symphony Sanders
- Basimah Bishara - Aliee Chan
- Dana Cardinal - Jasika Nicole
- Pamela Winchell - Desiree Burch
- Marcus Vanston/Erika - Marc Evan Jackson
- Old Woman Josie - Retta
- Steve Carlsberg - Hal Lublin
- Carlos - Dylan Marron / Jeffrey Cranor
- Lacy - Flor De Liz Perez
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- The episode features every guest star that has ever appeared in regular episodes. The only voiced character not appearing in the episode is Louie Blasko (voiced by Jason Webley), who has only appeared on bonus tracks for live shows The Librarian and The Investigators.
- Joseph Fink's Second Song which serves as the episode's weather is a humorous reference to the fact that it is his second song appearing in the show (the first one being These and More Than These featured in Pilot)
- "Second Song" is actually Joseph Fink's third song. His second song was "Sunday Morning Stasis" in Episode 25.
- Carlos' speech is a direct reference to his monologue in Condos, in which he asked Cecil to move in with him.
|It's always darkest before the dawn, we are often reassured by people who are totally wrong about how the sun works.|
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