Howdy there, everyone. While browsing through the speech files of "The City that Dares Not Sleep," I noticed several lines of dialog recorded for The Narrator that have to do with music. For example:
"But this story is told not with words, but with music. A freeform jazz odyssey, if you will, to the borders of human imagination, held up briefly at the customs of rational thought, and non-stop to the realms of infinite power on the far side of the mind."
"You'll know it's time to change the track when you hear Max's psychic gifts resonate like this:"
"Use this brief intermission to gather what's left of your senses. When you're ready, place Side B of this record onto your hi-fidelity turntable, and prepare yourself for a SECOND assault on everything you once believed to be true."
Jake, on the Freelance Police Dispatch forum, said the following:
"There are some music related moments, but no singing."
Does this mean that 305 was originally meant to be some sort of music-type episode, and something was changed late in development? Or am I just making random connections?