After Logan's abrupt departure, Thomas starts realizing that he cannot keep like that anymore, torturing himself with a love that cannot, and shouldn't, be back, because that wouldn't be fair, nor for him neither for his ex, because he wouldn't be happy with Thomas, just as he wasn't happy in the final times of their relationship. So, even though it's not going to be easy, and knowing that he's still gonna feel pain, maybe for a very long time, Thomas decides it's time to move forward with his life, accept that that love story is over for good, and, even if not healing completely from his pain, at least learn to live with it.
Did You Know?
Just like part one, production suffered several delays. Because of ongoing health issues of Joan S.
and some other urgent unavoidable commitments of Thomas Sanders
, filming was delayed for two weeks. Later on, after the initial release date was established on October 23, unexpected last minute technical issues with the visual effects and editing caused another delay of two days. Sanders was so mad about these delays and making his viewers wait for the resolution of the story for so long, that he stayed up until late late night, several nights, working on the editing, trying to accelerate the process as much as he could, with the assistance of Joan and Talyn, who also did everything they could given their health condition. See more
Virgil says that he never rose up before when entering Thomas' living room from Patton's room and that's why he feels so dizzy and lightheaded. However, he did rise up, only once, in Sanders Sides: I'm in a Disney Show
, without showing any kind of dizziness or any kind of trouble. Despite the fact that this would create a continuity issue, that scene from "I'm in a Disney Show" was deliberately and retroactively ignored as Virgil's dizziness for rising up like he "never" did before was a plot resource being built up for future episodes. See more
[after leaving Patton's room Virgil rises up in the same fashion the other Sanders Sides use to pop up on Thomas
Woah! That was new for me... I've... never done that whole... rising up thing.
[after a pause
How do you guys do that every episode?
[waving his hand, then holding his head with his hand
I'm so lightheaded...
The Things We Used to Share
composed by Joan S.
piano by A.J. Rafael See more