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* CastingGag: In the final episode, Roberta Colindrez voices a detective, a subtle nod to her role as "the police woman" from ''Podcast/AliceIsntDead''.

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* WhereTheHellIsSpringfield: At no point is Rosemary Hills' location specified in the podcast.


''Sound'' airs biweekly on Sundays beginning September 24th, 2017 and can be found on [[https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/id1279389864 iTunes]], [[http://itmakesasound.libsyn.com/ Libsyn]], [[https://play.radiopublic.com/it-makes-a-sound-GZp0EJ RadioPublic]], [[https://play.google.com/music/listen#/ps/Itmifob2ibk3c53c4q7vgwdjanq Google Play]], [[https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCR44R3tvRUeZCBfEGJSbduQ/videos?disable_polymer=1 YouTube]], [[https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/night-vale-presents/it-makes-a-sound?refid=stpr Stitcher]] and the [[http://www.nightvalepresents.com/itmakesasound Night Vale Presents]] website.

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''Sound'' airs biweekly on Sundays beginning September 24th, 2017 and can be found on [[https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/id1279389864 iTunes]], [[http://itmakesasound.libsyn.com/ Libsyn]], [[https://play.radiopublic.com/it-makes-a-sound-GZp0EJ RadioPublic]], [[https://play.google.com/music/listen#/ps/Itmifob2ibk3c53c4q7vgwdjanq Google Play]], [[https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCR44R3tvRUeZCBfEGJSbduQ/videos?disable_polymer=1 YouTube]], [[https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/night-vale-presents/it-makes-a-sound?refid=stpr Stitcher]] and the [[http://www.nightvalepresents.com/itmakesasound Night Vale Presents]] website. An official sountrack album featuring authentic cast performances of all the songs was released January 2019 to iTunes, Amazon, and Bandcamp.


* UnreliableNarrator: Let's just say Deirdre's impression of Wim Faros doesn't quite match up to Tricia's.

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* UnreliableNarrator: Let's just say Deirdre's impression of Wim Faros doesn't quite match up to Tricia's. Or anyone else's.

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* DramaticIrony: Deirdre created her radio show to remember Wim Faros. Too bad she didn't remember [[spoiler:his real name, Tim Farris.]]

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* TheStoner: Hinted at by [[spoiler:the cannabis seeds in Wim Faros's time capsule]].


* BittersweetEnding: [[spoiler:Deirdre gets arrested when she and the others trespass at the old golf club and will need a a lot of help to cope with her mother's mental state. Also, her mother will probably be going to an assisted living facility. However, a video of she and the others playing a reconstructed Wim Faros song goes viral, ensuring that the music she tried to immortalize will find a larger audience]].

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* BittersweetEnding: [[spoiler:Deirdre gets arrested when she and the others trespass at the old golf club and will need a a lot of help to cope with her mother's mental state. Also, her mother will probably be going to an assisted living facility. However, a video of she her and the others playing a reconstructed Wim Faros song goes viral, ensuring that the music she tried to immortalize will find a larger audience]].


* CloudCuckoolandersMinder: Deirdre and ob to Deirdre's mother.

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* CloudCuckoolandersMinder: Deirdre and ob Rob to Deirdre's mother.


* CharacterBlog: Deirdre's website [[https://itmakesasound.tumblr.com www.itmakesasound.rocks]] is as ambitious in promise and endearingly slapdash in execution as her show. (The crayon and cardstock background she's provided has coffee stains on it.) She invites her listeners to contact her through it, to send her their completed "Unpacking the Attic" freewriting exercises, and information on where to find a cassette tape player.

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* BittersweetEnding: [[spoiler:Deirdre gets arrested when she and the others trespass at the old golf club and will need a a lot of help to cope with her mother's mental state. Also, her mother will probably be going to an assisted living facility. However, a video of she and the others playing a reconstructed Wim Faros song goes viral, ensuring that the music she tried to immortalize will find a larger audience]].
* CharacterBlog: Deirdre's website [[https://itmakesasound.tumblr.com www.itmakesasound.rocks]] is as ambitious in promise and endearingly slapdash in execution as her show. (The crayon and cardstock background she's provided has coffee stains on it.) She invites her listeners to contact her through it, to send her their completed "Unpacking the Attic" freewriting exercises, and information on where to find a cassette tape player. player.
* CloudCuckoolandersMinder: Deirdre and ob to Deirdre's mother.


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* TagalongKid: Cody.


* CharacterBlog: Deirdre's website [[https://itmakesasound.tumblr.com www.itmakesasound.rocks]] is as ambitious in promise and endearingly slapdash in execution as her show. (the crayon and cardstock background she's provided has coffee stains on it) She invites her listeners to contact her through it, to send her their completed "Unpacking the Attic" freewriting exercises, and information on where to find a cassette tape player.

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* CharacterBlog: Deirdre's website [[https://itmakesasound.tumblr.com www.itmakesasound.rocks]] is as ambitious in promise and endearingly slapdash in execution as her show. (the (The crayon and cardstock background she's provided has coffee stains on it) it.) She invites her listeners to contact her through it, to send her their completed "Unpacking the Attic" freewriting exercises, and information on where to find a cassette tape player.


* WhamEpisode: Episode 5 is the first time we hear about Wim Faros from the perspective of anyone ''other'' than Deirdre - and it's not as flattering as Deirdre would have hoped. [[spoiler: Apparently, Wim did ''not'' have the reputation of universal genius that Deirdre would hope, with Tricia recalling him as a local CloudCuckooLander, and playing the guitar unasked at a birthday party she was basically forced to invite him to.]]

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* WhamEpisode: Episode 5 4 is the first time we hear about Wim Faros from the perspective of anyone ''other'' than Deirdre - and it's not as flattering as Deirdre would have hoped. [[spoiler: Apparently, Wim did ''not'' have the reputation of universal genius that Deirdre would hope, with Tricia recalling him as a local CloudCuckooLander, and playing the guitar unasked at a birthday party she was basically forced to invite him to.]]


* {{Suburbia}}: Deirdre lives in a townhouse in Rosemary Hills, a dying gated golf course community, which, in the quarter-century since Wim Faros' first concert, has seen its Nineties development boom go bust. Deirdre reads an entry from what is heavily implied to be her own childhood diary, where she vents splenetically about the loneliness of trick-or-treating in a neighborhood where the median age is sixty, (Werther's and Rolos are all that can be expected) and the process involves navigating intercom security systems and ten minute walks between houses.

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* {{Suburbia}}: Deirdre lives in a townhouse in Rosemary Hills, a dying gated golf course community, which, in the quarter-century since Wim Faros' first concert, has seen its Nineties development boom go bust. Deirdre reads an entry from what is heavily implied to be her own childhood diary, where she vents splenetically about the loneliness of trick-or-treating in a neighborhood where the median age is sixty, sixty (Werther's and Rolos are all that can be expected) expected), and the process involves navigating intercom security systems and ten minute walks between houses.


* ScatterbrainedSenior: Deirdre's mom is heavily {{implied|trope}} to have some form of dementia, especially judging by her attempt to speak into Deirdre's mic while she's away.

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* ScatterbrainedSenior: Deirdre's mom is heavily {{implied|trope}} to have some form of dementia, or possibly suffered a stroke, especially judging by her attempt to speak into Deirdre's mic while she's away.



* {{Suburbia}}: Deirdre lives in a townhouse in Rosemary Hills, a gated golf course community, which, in the quarter-century since Wim Faros' first concert, has seen its Nineties development boom go bust. Deirdre reads an entry from what is heavily implied to be her own childhood diary, where she vents splenetically about the loneliness of trick-or-treating in a neighborhood where the median age is sixty, (Werther's and Rolos are all that can be expected) and the process involves navigating intercom security systems and ten minute walks between houses.

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* {{Suburbia}}: Deirdre lives in a townhouse in Rosemary Hills, a dying gated golf course community, which, in the quarter-century since Wim Faros' first concert, has seen its Nineties development boom go bust. Deirdre reads an entry from what is heavily implied to be her own childhood diary, where she vents splenetically about the loneliness of trick-or-treating in a neighborhood where the median age is sixty, (Werther's and Rolos are all that can be expected) and the process involves navigating intercom security systems and ten minute walks between houses.houses.
* UnreliableNarrator: Let's just say Deirdre's impression of Wim Faros doesn't quite match up to Tricia's.
* WhamEpisode: Episode 5 is the first time we hear about Wim Faros from the perspective of anyone ''other'' than Deirdre - and it's not as flattering as Deirdre would have hoped. [[spoiler: Apparently, Wim did ''not'' have the reputation of universal genius that Deirdre would hope, with Tricia recalling him as a local CloudCuckooLander, and playing the guitar unasked at a birthday party she was basically forced to invite him to.]]


* ScatterbrainedSenior: The Other Voice in Deirdre's house is heavily {{implied|trope}} to have some form of dementia, especially judging by her attempt to speak into Deirdre's mic while she's away.
-->'''The Other Voice:''' "Who's there? I'm in the hole. Yes, I'm n-the sixteenth hole. If you can find, wined and dime it...*clapping noises* I ''am'' the hole-holy smokes..."

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* ScatterbrainedSenior: The Other Voice in Deirdre's house mom is heavily {{implied|trope}} to have some form of dementia, especially judging by her attempt to speak into Deirdre's mic while she's away.
-->'''The Other Voice:''' -->'''Deirdre's Mom:''' "Who's there? I'm in the hole. Yes, I'm n-the sixteenth hole. If you can find, wined and dime it...*clapping noises* I ''am'' the hole-holy smokes..."

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* CharacterBlog: Deirdre's website [[https://itmakesasound.tumblr.com www.itmakesasound.rocks]] is as ambitious in promise and endearingly slapdash in execution as her show. (the crayon and cardstock background she's provided has coffee stains on it) She invites her listeners to contact her through it, to send her their completed "Unpacking the Attic" freewriting exercises, and information on where to find a cassette tape player.


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* ScatterbrainedSenior: The Other Voice in Deirdre's house is heavily {{implied|trope}} to have some form of dementia, especially judging by her attempt to speak into Deirdre's mic while she's away.
-->'''The Other Voice:''' "Who's there? I'm in the hole. Yes, I'm n-the sixteenth hole. If you can find, wined and dime it...*clapping noises* I ''am'' the hole-holy smokes..."


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* {{Suburbia}}: Deirdre lives in a townhouse in Rosemary Hills, a gated golf course community, which, in the quarter-century since Wim Faros' first concert, has seen its Nineties development boom go bust. Deirdre reads an entry from what is heavily implied to be her own childhood diary, where she vents splenetically about the loneliness of trick-or-treating in a neighborhood where the median age is sixty, (Werther's and Rolos are all that can be expected) and the process involves navigating intercom security systems and ten minute walks between houses.

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