S1E14: “Crosshairs” by Charles Rakiecz

S1E14: “Crosshairs” by Charles Rakiecz

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A mysterious assassin finds her way into The Building and The Lift, and meets her match in Victoria.

When she’s faced down by a certain little English girl who she takes for a “mere child,” she quickly learns the errors in that assumption.

S1E13: “Restitution” by Diane Student

S1E13: “Restitution” by Diane Student

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Toby is bullied by Billy for being different, but Billy has his own problems as well. Each boy is drawn to the building and guided by Victoria to make a choice and change for the better.

Years later, as adults, the results of those choices pull them back to take another ride on The Lift.

S1E12: “Objects for Objects” by Kerry Lipp

S1E12: “Objects for Objects” by Kerry Lipp

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Retired porn star, Mandy Stroyer, uses her allure and online prowess to lure countless fans to buy her gifts while she offers nothing in return.

A run-in with Victoria Bigglesworth-Hayes leads Mandy to an evaluation and exploration of greed, gratitude, and hope.

S1E11: “Storkson Candy…” by Gwendolyn Kiste

S1E11: “Storkson Candy…” by Gwendolyn Kiste

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Jake McMiller, a greedy executive at the Storkson Candy Company, is currently searching for the new spokesperson for his company’s annual Easter campaign.

Little does he know a certain little blond girl is just waiting to be discovered — or is it the other way around?

S1E10: “Dark Music” by Scarlett R. Algee

S1E10: “Dark Music” by Scarlett R. Algee

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A man who robs from the blind finds his way into The Building and The Lift. There, he gets a chance to change. When he’s forced to face his deepest fear will he learn from it, or go back to his old ways?

And, remember, if you ever find yourself on The Lift, don’t test Victoria’s patience.