This is it, folks. The finale of our first season. I would love to wax nostalgic about what an insane ride it's been but, honestly, right now I'm just exhausted.
That's what happens when you make a TV show with just a handful of people.
I was worried about this episode for a long time. I didn't know what the story was, and I was wondering if we were ending our season the right way. What I learned was that Ralph White is the perfect artist to wrap up our season. He embodies so much of what Hardly Sound is about.
I won't say more than that. I will say that this episode ended up being the most personal one yet, and that I cried recording the voiceover. (Don't worry, I used the takes where I wasn't crying.)
Making this show has been one of the most difficult, foolish, stressful, and rewarding things I've ever done in my life.
It sure was fun.