While I was looking around at interviews, I came across this interesting tidbit. In the May Newsorama.com interview, Jeffrey says, when talking about fan interpretations of Cecil, “But people don’t have to limit Cecil to a certain visual, or body type, or even gender.

It’s pretty well known in the fandom that Cecil’s race and size are open to interpretation, but there aren’t a ton of headcanons that take this into account. While I’m pretty sure Cecil has accepted (or at least not objected to) he/him pronouns in the show, it is entirely possible that he doesn’t identify as male. 

EDIT: Here’s a link to said interview 

wreccleston said:

WHAT IF THE WHOLE SHOW IS JUST CECIL WITH THIS SCALE MODEL OF TOWN AND HES GOT MODELS OF LIKE ARBYS AND THE WASTES AND LITTLE CLAY MODELS AND WHEN HE BROADCASTS HE ACTS IT ALL OUT ON THE MODEL TOWN AND THEN J THOUGHT ABOUT ONE YEAR LATER AND IT BECAME LESS SAD WITH THE IMAGE OF CECIL HOLDING A MINIATURE TROPHY BUT THEN I GOT SAD AGAIN

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And the reason he doesn’t like Steve is because he insists on doing all of the voices. Oh no. Oh NO. This is so sad and brilliant, waa!

30 Days of Thrilling Adventure Hour: Day 15

tl;dr: Any recommendations??

If you are a fan of Thrilling Adventure Hour and haven’t listened to Welcome to Night Vale, a) where have you been and b) change that right now. These two are sibling podcasts and both are brilliant.

For the unindoctrinated, I describe Welcome to Night Vale like this: If David Lynch, H.P. Lovecraft, and the original writers of The Twilight Zone all sat down to write a radioplay, Welcome to Night Vale is the ultimate result. It’s a beautiful balance of hope and existential terror told by one of the most charismatic and frightening actors out there, Cecil Baldwin. Check it out for free on iTunes!

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