I never imagined how how closely we would actually pull that off in the final product. Because at the time, it was this really cool idea, and Mike and I were really excited and we looked at the Wall stuff as a very serialized elements of the show. We sat down and together, we broke like the story of The Wall for the first season – just the real, real broad strokes of like, ‘Okay, in this episode, this will happen. And then this one will be the full, all-Wall episode, and we’ll do some crazy…’ You know, we didn’t have all the answers, but we knew the general brushstrokes of the story and what it needed to be throughout the course of the season pretty early on. And that was something that we really could have only done on Hulu. I mean, it’s something that we couldn’t have done exactly the way we wanted to on network, I don’t think. It was just too weird, too serialized for traditional tune-in broadcast type TV, so we were really happy and lucky when the show ended up at Hulu, because we knew immediately we were going to be able to go back to the Wall idea.