"I do think we are a show that it would be hard for us pretending it never happened especially with everything," says creator Sam Boyd. "I want it to feel like our world and want to acknowledge as many of those events as possible but we also don't want a bunch of episodes that take place over Zoom. Even when we were shooting a finale, we were doing some pickups in March right before everything shut down, I was thinking, 'Do we have to acknowledge this? If this is a few months after New Year's, do we have to have her try to stay six feet away from this elderly woman in the art gallery? Can they not hug?' We kind of skirted it for her for the finale of season one, but we're definitely going to have to find a way to incorporate it into season two, even if it's jumping past it. If it happens in a gap between episodes, I think it'll have to happen within the world of our show. We'll see."