[Image: Anthy, Utena and Akio in the audience for the “Tale of the Rose” play.
Text: So who is a lost child in the dark howling woods of this fable?]
Text originally from WtNV episode 31 “A Blinking Light Up On the Mountain”.

[Image: Anthy, Utena and Akio in the audience for the “Tale of the Rose” play.

Text: So who is a lost child in the dark howling woods of this fable?]

Text originally from WtNV episode 31 “A Blinking Light Up On the Mountain”.

[Image: First image is Utena in her nightclothes on a roof holding on to a gate with one hand and Anthy’s hand with her other, expression resolute. Second image is Anthy swaying back over the long fall to the ground below. Third image is a close up of their hands, Utena grasping Anthy’s wrist while Anthy’s hand is slack.

Text: The living tell the dying not to leave, and the dying do not listen. The dying tell us not to be sad for them, and we do not listen. The dialogue between the living and the dead is full of misunderstanding and silence.]

Text originally from WtNV episode 37 “The Auction”.

[Image: First image is Anthy awakening in the coffin, looking up. Second image is Utena looking down through her tears at Anthy. Final image is their hands finally reaching each other.

Text: Whoever you are now, you are home. We are home. You and I are together again! My mouth, your ears, we have each other!]

Text originally from WtNV episode 19A “The Sandstorm”, slightly edited to remove town name.

[Image: First image is Wakaba standing in front of a doorway, her expression hard to read. Second image is a fuller shot as she locks the door behind her and her entire body droops, eyes closing, as she stands alone.

Text:  But there was time, one day, one single day, in which it was only one story. A story about you.]

Text originally from WtNV episode 13 “A Story About You”.

[Image: Touga as a child looking down into a coffin, pink hair slipping through his hands.
Text: You’ve been crying, but for how long?]
Text originally from WtNV episode 30 “Dana”.

[Image: Touga as a child looking down into a coffin, pink hair slipping through his hands.

Text: You’ve been crying, but for how long?]

Text originally from WtNV episode 30 “Dana”.

[Image: First image is Anthy in her Rose Bride outfit watching Utena duel, her eyes filled with tears as she stares in shock. Second image is Anthy greeting Utena outside the arena, smiling in return at Utena.

Text: The two emotions are mixing inside my body and it’s confusing. It’s confusing.]

Text originally from WtNV episode 13 “Eternal Scouts”.

[Image: Touga about to cut into one of Nanami’s steaks.
Text: Outback Steakhouse: No rules. Just right. Food safety? Federal law?Laws of physics? Nope. No rules. It’s weird here. You might die. Outback.]
Text originally from the Night Vale twitter.

[Image: Touga about to cut into one of Nanami’s steaks.

Text: Outback Steakhouse: No rules. Just right. Food safety? Federal law?Laws of physics? Nope. No rules. It’s weird here. You might die. Outback.]

Text originally from the Night Vale twitter.

[Image: Anthy lips twitching upwards slightly into a smile and Akio’s brow furrowing in a glare.
Text: “Nobody cares about Astronomy,” she said obviously under a cough.]
Text originally from WtNV episode 50 “Capital Campaign”.

[Image: Anthy lips twitching upwards slightly into a smile and Akio’s brow furrowing in a glare.

Text: “Nobody cares about Astronomy,” she said obviously under a cough.]

Text originally from WtNV episode 50 “Capital Campaign”.

[Image: First image is Anthy, behind Utena, pulling herself in close to Utena’s back. Second image is Anthy tight against Utena, staring at the viewer.

Text: All before is a murmur. All after is silence.]

Text originally from WtNV episode 39 “The Woman from Italy”.

[Image: First image is Utena in an elevator, looking downward while Akio in his dueling outfit stands behind her, arms folded. Second image is the two in Akio’s room, both in their dueling outfit, Akio’s eyes cut off from view and Utena watching him from behind.

Text: You are simply resistant to change. Your revolution is cute. Community togetherness is adorable. But money…money is power.]

Text originally from WtNV episode 49 “Old Oak Doors Part A”.