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** [[http://hearts-rogue.tumblr.com/post/170463765736/arc-sstrash-so-my-theory-for-the-next-sanders This theory]] shows that "Moving On: Part 2" foreshadowed the appearance of a new side and his nature.


** According to a [[https://thejoanglebook.tumblr.com/post/170558165627/how-long-has-deceit-been-in-production-so-to?is_related_post=1#notes tumblr ask from Joan]] (who is the co-writer for the Sanders Sides), Deceit was supposed to be the ''second'' Dark Side to be revealed. The livestreams reveal that the first Dark side was supposed to be Remus.

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** According to a [[https://thejoanglebook.tumblr.com/post/170558165627/how-long-has-deceit-been-in-production-so-to?is_related_post=1#notes tumblr ask from Joan]] (who is the co-writer for the Sanders Sides), Deceit was supposed to be the ''second'' Dark Side to be revealed. The livestreams reveal that the first Dark side Side was supposed to be Remus.


* EnforcedMethodActing: In a sense. Thomas has mentioned that he usually films Virgil's scenes last, since Virgil wears heavy makeup that's hard to get all the way off. By then, Thomas is usually exhausted and ready to quit -- which actually works out very well, since Virgil is much more low-key and grouchy than the other characters.
** In "Dealing With Intrusive Thoughts," Thomas was actually tearing up while playing Virgil during his confession (about having been a Dark Side)...because it was such a big moment for the series that the crew had been working up to for over 18 months.

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* EnforcedMethodActing: In a sense. EnforcedMethodActing:
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Thomas has mentioned that he usually films Virgil's scenes last, since Virgil wears heavy makeup that's hard to get all the way off. By then, Thomas is usually exhausted and ready to quit -- which actually works out very well, since Virgil is much more low-key and grouchy than the other characters.
** In "Dealing With Intrusive Thoughts," Thomas was actually tearing up while playing Virgil during his confession (about having been a Dark Side)... because it was such a big moment for the series that the crew had been working up to for over 18 months.months. He also compared Virgil's energy in that moment with the moment someone decides to come out of the closet, specifically mentioning that once you reveal something so personal, it's out there and there's no turning back, and he channeled these emotions into Virgil's "coming out".


* ApprovalOfGod: Both Thomas and Joan have stated that they enjoy that their art can inspire more art in turn. While they do not read fanfiction because they don't want external sources to influence what they have planned for the series, they do watch animatics, animations and other forms of arts, they share them and give recognition to them. In fact, for the Duke's Song [[DisneyAcidSequence sequence]], they got some visual inspiration from some of these animatics made by fans of the series and credited them in the [=YouTube=] description of the episode.

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* ApprovalOfGod: Both Thomas and Joan have stated that they enjoy that their art can inspire more art in turn. While they do not read fanfiction because they don't want external sources to influence what they have planned for the series, series (even though Joan said that if and when ''Sanders Sides'' should come to an end, they plan to binge-read all of these fanfics afterwards), they do watch animatics, animations and other forms of arts, they share them and give recognition to them. In fact, for the Duke's Song [[DisneyAcidSequence sequence]], they got some visual inspiration from some of these animatics made by fans of the series and credited them in the [=YouTube=] description of the episode.

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* PropRecycling: Deceit's yellow gloves are a garment that had already been utilized by Thomas Sanders in the Sanders Shorts series, when he played Fix-It Felix in a Halloween Vine in 2013, [[https://vine.co/v/hD9gvD23wvq here]].


* In the first installments, the ''Sanders Sides'' series was untitled, and the Sanders Sides at first did not have an official group name, being simply called by their individual nicknames or with the "My Personality" group name. The name "Sanders Sides" was gradually introduced out of universe after a few installments, but it wouldn't be up until episode 9 from season 1, "My Personality Q&A", when the first partially in-universe reference to them would be as "Sanders Sides", in the hashtag that Thomas uses to receive questions for the Sides, [=#AskSandersSides=] (oddly enough, as the title still referred to them with the old "My Personality", in the last use of this term).[[note]]Later on, this episode was conveniently retitled as "Sanders Sides Q&A"[[/note]] The first completely in-universe mention of the term "Sanders Sides" would be one episode later, in "Am I Original?" when Thomas says that Virgil had been so chill "in the last couple of ''Sanders Sides'' videos" and Virgil answers "Sometimes I just gotta be me... an." The title wouldn't appear on-screen, though, up until the beginning of season two, "Fitting In".
* As revealed in the 4th of July livestream in 2019, Remus was created ''more than two years'' before his debut. The first conversation Thomas and Joan had about Remus was while they were filming ''[[Recap/SandersSidesS1E13GrowingUp Growing Up]]'', which was filmed around April 2017. That's 26 months before the character saw the light of day. Remus was the first of the Dark Sides to be created. Inside the team, he became deeply attached to Joan, as they were the one developing his quirks, rehearsing and rehearsing lines while giving life to the character. Even though Thomas played the first public version of the character, it felt for him like an impression of Joan's Remus and he had a high sense of responsibility to live up to their portrayal of the character.

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* In the first installments, the ''Sanders Sides'' series was untitled, and the Sanders Sides at first did not have an official group name, being simply called by their individual nicknames or with the "My Personality" group name. The name "Sanders Sides" was gradually introduced out of universe after a few installments, but it wouldn't be up until episode 9 from season 1, "My Personality Q&A", when the first partially in-universe reference to them would be as "Sanders Sides", in the hashtag that Thomas uses to receive questions for the Sides, [=#AskSandersSides=] (oddly enough, as the title still referred to them with the old "My Personality", in the last use of this term).[[note]]Later on, this episode was conveniently retitled as "Sanders Sides Q&A"[[/note]] The first completely in-universe mention of the term "Sanders Sides" would be one episode later, in "Am I Original?" when Thomas says that Virgil had been so chill "in the last couple of ''Sanders Sides'' videos" and Virgil answers "Sometimes I just gotta be me... an." The title wouldn't appear on-screen, though, up until the beginning of season two, "Fitting In".
* As revealed in the 4th of July livestream in 2019, Remus was created ''more than two years'' before his debut. The first conversation Thomas and Joan had about Remus was while they were filming ''[[Recap/SandersSidesS1E13GrowingUp Growing Up]]'', which was filmed around April 2017. That's 26 months before the character saw the light of day. Remus was the first of the Dark Sides to be created. Inside the team, he became deeply attached to Joan, as they were the one developing his quirks, rehearsing and rehearsing lines while giving life to the character. Even though Thomas played the first public version of the character, it felt for him like an impression of Joan's Remus and he had a high sense of responsibility to live up to their portrayal of the character.
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* DirectedByCastMember: Thomas has directed himself in many episodes, particularly on the first age of the series when he did them on his own. After Joan joined the series, they have helped Thomas in delivering lines or plainly co-directed with Thomas for many instances, and some episodes like ''Selfishness v. Selflessness'' have even been completely directed by Joan alone.

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* DirectedByCastMember: Thomas has directed himself in many episodes, particularly on the first age of the series when he did them on his own. After Joan joined the series, they have helped Thomas in delivering lines or plainly co-directed with Thomas for many instances, and some episodes like ''Selfishness v. Selflessness'' ''Nightmare instead of Christmas'' have even been completely directed by Joan alone.

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* DirectedByCastMember: Thomas has directed himself in many episodes, particularly on the first age of the series when he did them on his own. After Joan joined the series, they have helped Thomas in delivering lines or plainly co-directed with Thomas for many instances, and some episodes like ''Selfishness v. Selflessness'' have even been completely directed by Joan alone.


* ApprovalOfGod: Both Thomas and Joan have stated that they enjoy that their art can inspire more art in turn. While they do not read fanfiction because they don't want external sources to influence what they have planned for the series, they do watch animatics, animations and other forms of arts, they share them and give recognition to them. In fact, for the Duke's Song [[DisneyAcidSequence sequence]], they got some visual inspiration from some of these animatics made by fans of the series and credited them in the YouTube description of the episode.

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* ApprovalOfGod: Both Thomas and Joan have stated that they enjoy that their art can inspire more art in turn. While they do not read fanfiction because they don't want external sources to influence what they have planned for the series, they do watch animatics, animations and other forms of arts, they share them and give recognition to them. In fact, for the Duke's Song [[DisneyAcidSequence sequence]], they got some visual inspiration from some of these animatics made by fans of the series and credited them in the YouTube [=YouTube=] description of the episode.

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* ApprovalOfGod: Both Thomas and Joan have stated that they enjoy that their art can inspire more art in turn. While they do not read fanfiction because they don't want external sources to influence what they have planned for the series, they do watch animatics, animations and other forms of arts, they share them and give recognition to them. In fact, for the Duke's Song [[DisneyAcidSequence sequence]], they got some visual inspiration from some of these animatics made by fans of the series and credited them in the YouTube description of the episode.


* As revealed in the 4th of July livestream in 2019, Remus was created ''more than two years'' before his debut. The first conversation Thomas and Joan had about Remus was while they were filming ''[[Recap/SandersSidesS1E13GrowingUp]]'', which was filmed around April 2017. That's 26 months before the character saw the light of day. Remus was the first of the Dark Sides to be created. Inside the team, he became deeply attached to Joan, as they were the one developing his quirks, rehearsing and rehearsing lines while giving life to the character. Even though Thomas played the first public version of the character, it felt for him like an impression of Joan's Remus and he had a high sense of responsibility to live up to their portrayal of the character.

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* As revealed in the 4th of July livestream in 2019, Remus was created ''more than two years'' before his debut. The first conversation Thomas and Joan had about Remus was while they were filming ''[[Recap/SandersSidesS1E13GrowingUp]]'', ''[[Recap/SandersSidesS1E13GrowingUp Growing Up]]'', which was filmed around April 2017. That's 26 months before the character saw the light of day. Remus was the first of the Dark Sides to be created. Inside the team, he became deeply attached to Joan, as they were the one developing his quirks, rehearsing and rehearsing lines while giving life to the character. Even though Thomas played the first public version of the character, it felt for him like an impression of Joan's Remus and he had a high sense of responsibility to live up to their portrayal of the character.


* In the first installments, the ''Sanders Sides'' series was untitled, and the Sanders Sides at first did not have an official group name, being simply called by their individual nicknames or with the "My Personality" group name. The name "Sanders Sides" was gradually introduced out of universe after a few installments, but it wouldn't be up until episode 9 from season 1, "My Personality Q&A", when the first partially in-universe reference to them would be as "Sanders Sides", in the hashtag that Thomas uses to receive questions for the Sides, [=#AskSandersSides=] (oddly enough, as the title still referred to them with the old "My Personality", in the last use of this term).[[note]]Later on, this episode was conveniently retitled as "Sanders Sides Q&A"[[/note]] The first completely in-universe mention of the term "Sanders Sides" would be one episode later, in "Am I Original?" when Thomas says that Virgil had been so chill "in the last couple of ''Sanders Sides'' videos" and Virgil answers "Sometimes I just gotta be me... an." The title wouldn't appear on-screen, though, up until the beginning of season two, "Fitting In".

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* In the first installments, the ''Sanders Sides'' series was untitled, and the Sanders Sides at first did not have an official group name, being simply called by their individual nicknames or with the "My Personality" group name. The name "Sanders Sides" was gradually introduced out of universe after a few installments, but it wouldn't be up until episode 9 from season 1, "My Personality Q&A", when the first partially in-universe reference to them would be as "Sanders Sides", in the hashtag that Thomas uses to receive questions for the Sides, [=#AskSandersSides=] (oddly enough, as the title still referred to them with the old "My Personality", in the last use of this term).[[note]]Later on, this episode was conveniently retitled as "Sanders Sides Q&A"[[/note]] The first completely in-universe mention of the term "Sanders Sides" would be one episode later, in "Am I Original?" when Thomas says that Virgil had been so chill "in the last couple of ''Sanders Sides'' videos" and Virgil answers "Sometimes I just gotta be me... an." The title wouldn't appear on-screen, though, up until the beginning of season two, "Fitting In".In".
* As revealed in the 4th of July livestream in 2019, Remus was created ''more than two years'' before his debut. The first conversation Thomas and Joan had about Remus was while they were filming ''[[Recap/SandersSidesS1E13GrowingUp]]'', which was filmed around April 2017. That's 26 months before the character saw the light of day. Remus was the first of the Dark Sides to be created. Inside the team, he became deeply attached to Joan, as they were the one developing his quirks, rehearsing and rehearsing lines while giving life to the character. Even though Thomas played the first public version of the character, it felt for him like an impression of Joan's Remus and he had a high sense of responsibility to live up to their portrayal of the character.


** According to a [[https://thejoanglebook.tumblr.com/post/170558165627/how-long-has-deceit-been-in-production-so-to?is_related_post=1#notes tumblr ask from Joan]] (who is the co-writer for the Sanders Sides), Deceit was supposed to be the ''second'' Dark Side to be revealed.

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** According to a [[https://thejoanglebook.tumblr.com/post/170558165627/how-long-has-deceit-been-in-production-so-to?is_related_post=1#notes tumblr ask from Joan]] (who is the co-writer for the Sanders Sides), Deceit was supposed to be the ''second'' Dark Side to be revealed. The livestreams reveal that the first Dark side was supposed to be Remus.


* ThrowItIn: The second part of Roman's line of "Sorry, I'm not thinking straight... ever. I'm not straight!" in "Moving On: Part 2" was allegedly just a line Thomas ad-libbed and it was kept in. The same happened with the last part of the line "Oh, my gosh, I will kill both of you, with my bear hands... and this sword!"
* TrollingCreator: In the [=VidCon=] Q&A, when asked for his given name, Deceit just kept giving random answers. [[ConsummateLiar To]] [[BlatantLies no one's]] [[ILied surprise]].

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* ThrowItIn: The second part of Roman's line of "Sorry, I'm not thinking straight... ever. I'm not straight!" in "Moving On: Part 2" was allegedly just a line Thomas ad-libbed and it was kept in. The same happened with the last part of the line "Oh, my gosh, I will kill both of you, with my bear bare hands... and this sword!"
* TrollingCreator: In the [=VidCon=] Q&A, when asked for his given name, Deceit just kept giving random answers. [[ConsummateLiar To]] [[BlatantLies To no one's]] [[ILied one's surprise]].

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** In "Dealing With Intrusive Thoughts," Thomas was actually tearing up while playing Virgil during his confession (about having been a Dark Side)...because it was such a big moment for the series that the crew had been working up to for over 18 months.

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