Liam catches himself going through the motions. It’s easy to let time skip when you’re not tuned in.
Tough times make for strange dreams. Liam and Mahira train, but Liam has trouble processing himself anymore.
Liam’s story isn’t the only one that matters. (If it were up to Liam, he’d say his story doesn’t matter at all.) For once, Liam listens to what others have to say.
It’s time to get a little starry-eyed. Liam’s head is in the clouds between obstacles at works, a potential breakthrough, and… a date.
Liam’s nervous–but in, you know, new ways. Liam gets a new name. The boys go shopping.
Liam starts something new, and everything is just a little too… clean. Liam asks about the past and avoids his present. And Noel makes a joke.
Out with the old and in with the new. Liam changes things and makes a new friend, but is it enough to distract him from the rest of his life? (No. Obviously.)
We’re neck-deep into production for season 2, and we’ve learned, ummmm, a lot about how to make an audio drama since season 1. Anne walks us through all of the changes we’ve made since season 1, and answers some of your questions.
As Hug House gears up for VALENCE’s second season, we kick off Scoring Magic by talking about what a weird time it’s been creating on 2020.
Some connections are forged, and some are shattered. Liam picks through the fallout to figure out his next steps.