Bruce has been having second thoughts; the problem is they’re not his. For as long as he can remember, Bruce has suffered through Alfred’s attempts to “help” him by providing a running commentary about life, women, and the art of ruining meaningful moments. The problem is that Bruce can’t talk to anyone about this because Alfred lives inside his head. But after a decade and a half constant intrusion and unwanted narration, Bruce decides he wants Alfred out. Of course, it isn’t easy to get a voice out of your head, especially when you don’t know how he got there in the first place.
Second Thoughts is an exploration of what makes relationships matter, what makes us tick, and how we decide what counts as real.