The off-screen narrator of the TV series Good Omens (voiced by Frances McDormand) is identified as God by:
- the subtitles (prepending “God:” to the first line of the narrator),
- the credits,
- media coverage.
However, I cannot remember any occasion where it actually makes a difference that the narrator is God as opposed to your typical anonymous, omniscient off-screen narrator. Did I miss something? For example:
- Is this voice (Frances McDormand’s) used for anything other than off-screen narration?
- Does the narrator ever speak about herself?
- Does the narrator otherwise identify herself as God?
- Does the narrator ever utter any opinion or anything else that would be cast in a different light if uttered by God (as opposed to somebody who is merely omniscient)?
Mind that I am purely interested in on-screen (or more precisely on-audiotrack) connections.