I find it interesting how they emphasized that the idea of home and happy endings aren’t always what we expect them to be. Take that as you will.
Eddy: When Adam and I created Emma, she became a character who is looking for home. But since she never had one, she doesn’t know what it is when she finds it. And so, like most people, you always have internal struggles. I think that the theme of going home is that happy endings aren’t always what we expect them to be. So I think Emma is still looking for home, but in a lot of ways, all the characters are. Think about it—if you have a good day today, but tomorrow sucks, you hope that the day after will be better. That is what we realized—happy endings aren’t always as pat as we thought they would be. And they’re something that have to be fought for and earned.