“Well, science is neat and I still believe that. But I know now that a lot of things are neat. Having a quiet breakfast with another person is neat. Calling someone over to experience a particularly noisy sunset is neat. This town is neat. Night Vale is neat. Love is neat. Love is, is very neat actually and um, and you are neat. That first night when we sat on the trunk of my car and looked at the lights above the Arby’s? When I got up to leave I looked at you, and I tried to think of how to say everything I was feeling. But I’ve never really been good at describing feelings, I’m only good at describing facts, and love, love isn’t a fact. You know? Love, it’s it’s a hunch at first and then later it’s a series of decisions, a lifetime of decisions. That’s love. And, I didn’t, I didn’t know how to express that and so I just said: “I’m glad I decided to call you.” And now, um, tonight, I say I’m glad again, for this decision and, all the decisions that will come every day after. Which is to say, scientifically speaking of course, speaking from the point of view of mere facts and logic and you know, what with the science and all… I just thought that it was time for us to make a life together.”
Honestly the best version of a night vale film would be if they cast everyone and showed their faces but not Cecil’s. His face would be strategically hidden every time like when they use plants being placed to hide nudity and stuff. They would use Cecil Baldwin’s voice for all his dialogue but you’d never see the face so lip synch doesn’t matter.
Also every shot with Cecil is a new person.
No explanation, just an entirely different actor.
The skin colour and body type could change and no one questions it, it’s just a whole collection of random Cecils.