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The Tale of Station 109.1 

A youth obsessed with death discovers a radio station which takes its listeners to the afterlife.

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Roy
Zachary Carlin ...
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David Francis ...
Daniel Carpenter
Anne Roy ...
Chris' Mom
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Old Man
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Sid the Mechanic
Bill Corday ...
Scared-Looking Man
Luc Belanger ...
Chris' Dad
Doris Malcolm ...
Elderly Woman
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Tucker
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Sam (as Joanna Garcia)
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Raine Pare-Coull ...
Betty Ann
Jodie Resther ...
Kiki
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A youth obsessed with death discovers a radio station which takes its listeners to the afterlife.

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11 November 1995 (Canada)  »

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Trivia

The only time a story was a second attempt at entering the Midnight Society (Stig's). See more »

Quotes

Stig: And if you don't let me in after that story, you haven't been listening to me.
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Are You Afraid of the Dark? Theme
Arranged and produced by Ray Fabi
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Another really good one
26 February 2007 | by See all my reviews

Another really good episode that left a lasting impression in my head. The premise is that a boy cleaning a hearse overhears a radio station that is directed to the deceased to tell them how to go into the afterlife. At the time that this episode aired, I was fully aware of the annoyance that is Gilbert Gottfried, though he did add to the story itself and its always nice to see someone famous in these sort of small kids TV shows, but now I go back and realize that Ryan Gosling is in it? Wow...from SNICK to Oscar. But seriously, this is a good one to catch if you can (which you might be able to do if this stupid show was in syndication on any of the 5 different NICK channels now).


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