In terms of season two, basically, our mission has been to take the mystery elements that are seen in season one and to just expand them, tell them more broadly, tell them more mythically. The stakes get higher in this season. There’s a much greater focus on continuity and on mystery this season, and I think a lot of that comes from the fact that season one we tested the waters with it. We didn’t know if anyone would like it or care or pay attention or take it seriously and when we found that overwhelmingly, yes, our audience was excited by these turns and wanted to see where they were going, we said, alright, we can proceed as originally planned and dig deeper with some of this stuff. Season two tells bigger stories, delves deeper into mysteries, and really starts getting some answers as to how the things in Gravity Falls are interconnected.
Vox: You’re kind of, sort of, on a new network this year. What’s that been like, and what does season two look like, in general?